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Wireless network I cannot get on the internet , error said needs address and configor is wrong can you help Yvonne

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Hi Yvonne

First all can you please let me know first

-Your computer's operating system
-Connection type
-Exact error message

Please make sure at your computer side DHCP enabled
If you are using wireless, Wireless Zero configuration enabled

You may include email address so we can send you some troubleshooting steps


Posted on Nov 10, 2008

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  9. Leave all other fields blank in Server laptop, which has access to internet.0219162.jpg
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Cant access internet through wireless network.


How do you know your notebook is connected to your wifi AP? Did you try pinging the gateway? If not, open your command window & type "ping 192.168.0.1" (put in your own gateway address.) If you get replies, then ping something outside of your network: "ping 4.2.2.2" (this is a verizon dns server). If you get replies, then "ping yahoo.com". If it does not fail at any of the above steps, you don't have a connectivity problem. If you fail any of the above, then report back & we'll continue the troubleshooting.

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If you are trying to browse internet through a proxy server than Go to internet Explorer,Click "Tools", Select "Internet options ", Select Connection, Tick Proxy server and specify the IP address of your proxy server and the port.

you will be able to browse Internet now.

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