My lan card suddenly stops working and it displays destination host unreachable, i bought a new lan card and installed it without any errors , but the problem remains the same , i have checked the cabeling also , but no response
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Sir raymond, how can i access my Motorola canopy? when i upgrade the firmware to the latest version and didn't specify the correct IP address of canopy instead of example: 10.223.41.42 i used the 169.254.1.1 in CNUT after upgrading the version my PC LAN card cannot detect anymore the canopy. canopy lights still blinking inside but in PC LAN card not blinking and its says network unplugged. how to fix the problem.. please send me the step on how to fix it.. here's my email add: email@example.com waiting for your response. thanks!
That means the NAS has an IP outside of your network range and your router doesn't know how to route traffic to it. Say your home network is 192.168.0.0 This is the network address. Your subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. This means the first three groups of numbers are your network so your network is 192.168.0.X the X can be any address from 1-254. The X is also considered the host. Now say the NAS has been set to an IP, maybe as default, to 192.168.1.2. See the 1 in there 192.168.1.0 is a different network than 192.168.0.0. Your router doesn't know how to route to this network. Therefore the destination is unreachable. This is one cause of this error.
For that first make sure your wireless network adapter driver is working fine.Try to uninstall and then reinstall .
Then check the ping of your wireless printer ip address you can check it in "run " for that press windows key + R key then you can see run type in run "ping 192.168.1.1" without where 192.168.1.1 assumes ad your printer ip.
Then press enter then if you get "reply from..." then printer is in network but if you get "request time out or destination host unreachable then it is not in network then check your printer ip address and your computer ip address.
Also reinstall printer driver from below link.
Let me know if you need further assistance.
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if you have lowered the card speed and cannot ping the 192.168.1.1, have you set a static IP address on the computer, if so what was it? because if you have set a static IP of 192.168.1.xx and still cannot ping the router, this means that your router is already defective. you may want to contact linksys for replacement
did you check the cable that is it working fine???
and the other thing does your network connection shows that the local area is unplugged if it shows then it is definatly problem with the wire or Connector.
svchost.exe is a system file, and it seems this file has got corrupted some how.
Try this, if u have the install CD of the OS, try boot from the CD
and go for new installation, in the final Partition selection part u will get a OS repair option. Press R and the system will repair the corrupted files to its original.
Then go for a full virus scan with an updated antivirus utility.
- General Tab
---- Rule Description: Allow ICMP Type 3,4
---- Action: Allow this traffic
---- Advanced Settings: All network interface cards
---- Screensaver Mode: Both on and off
---- Record this traffic in "Packet Log" [OPTIONAL]
I don't know if this will help because I don't see what you and seeing but here is an idea:
In every routing scenario I have experienced, you must specify a default gateway with a specific IP address. 0.0.0.0 only points to the device itself, not the other WANS. The gateway IP addresses should be statically assigned. If there is DHCP involved, insure that the gateway address is not part of the DHCP scope but in an excluded range of reserved addresses.
For SMTP to work the gateways (and you should have 2 or 3) must be properly configured and TCP port 25 enabled.