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Connection problem Ok, I have everything plugged in, and the computer that is wirelessly connected say it has a local area conection, and that it is connected to the D-Link, but I cannot acess the internet and when I go to Network on my computer, it says that the router isn't connected into the internet. It all started after I unplugged it from the wall by accident, then plugged it back in. everything is in the right spots they were before when it worked, but it isn't working now. What do I do?

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  • mica_gneiss Dec 29, 2008

    I had similar problem when I try to set mine up a year or so ago. If you are with Rogers as an internet provider, their self healing software is not compatible with the D-Link software. I ended up removing the Rogers and D-Link software from my computer. Re-establish the LAN, I had to reload the Rogers software then remove it. I think the important step is to remove the Rogers software before you load your D-Link. If you are not with Rogers ... this probably wouldn't be any help. D-Link also have a 24 hour help line.

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The configuration on your Dlink may have been corrupted when the power was lost. Try to reconfigure your DLink router internet connection and your wireless network setting on the router.

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My laptop keeps saying validating identity and it wont go on line troubleshooting says things seemed to be ok but its trying to say a cable is unplugged or my local area connection is firewalled and i


You didn't provide your router make, model, so this is a general procedure. Wired or Wireless connection? You didn't say? Shut down the computer, unplug , remove battery. Unplug the wired/wireless device,. Unplug the ISP modem, remove battery, if applicable. Verify ALL cables and connections. Replace battery in the ISP modem, plug in, wait for selftest. Plug in the wired/wireless device, wait for selftest, If wireless, try a Ethernet cable to verify your router is connecting to the ISP modem. I would suspect a Laptop issue.

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Connected with limited connectivity



Go to your local area connection from Control panel>Network and internet connection>Network connection.There choose the property of your local area connection.

In property,uncheck the option Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity.And choose OK button.Now you have done.Now disable and enable local area connection from network connection.You will seenotification saying acquiring network address and connected.The error of limited area connectivity will never disturb you again.



Resource : http://www.ehowportal.com/fix-limited-connectivity-laptops-wireless/

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How do I configure windows 7 for connection?


What type of connection?
Are you trying to connect to the wireless network or you are connecting your computer with the Ethernet cable.

Open Network and sharing center.
Go to Change Adapter settings.
You wil find Local area connection. Make sure that it is enabled. Local area connection is for wired connection.

If your computer has wireless adapter then you will also find wireless network connection. Make sure that it is enabled.
Right click on wireless network connection and go to Connect/disconnect.
You will available wireless networks. Select the network that you want to connect.

See Linksys router how to

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Brand new linksys wireless, Host (Hard wired)has intermittent connectivity. Indicates it is conneted and is working properly.Cannot browse Web. The wireless part works great!


try to plug the Ethernet cord for the Host computer on another Ethernet port on the Linksys router.

have you tried replacing the Ethernet cable that's connecting the Host computer to the linksys router?

check if Host computer can get a response from a website by going to Start>Run, then type CMD on the Run box and click OK. On the black screen, type PING www.yahoo.com then press Enter.. if you get the word reply 4 times, it means the computer is connected to the Internet.
If there's no response from the PING test, it means there's totally no connection.

It's also possible the problem is with the Local Area Network adapter or Ethernet adapter. Try disabling the Ethernet adapter and re-enable it by going to Start>Control Panel>Network Connections, you should see the Local Area Connection, right click on it then select Disable then Enable it again. then observe if you're still experiencing intermittent connection on the Host computer.

and if you have security software, try disabling it temporarily and check the connection again.

and let's make sure the cable or dsl modem is connected to the Internet port on the back of the Linksys router.

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I have to connect the LAN cable before wireless will connect


Try going to the network control panel and disabling the local connction.

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My computer cant find my router


  1. Make sure your network cable from the modem to the router is good and connected to the uplink port
  2. If connecting directly try other port
  3. Check local area connection properties
  4. Double click "local area connection"
  5. On the middle box find and highlight "Internet Protocol ( TCP/IP) and click "Properties" button
  6. Make sure "Obtain an IP Address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically" are the only ones checked and click "ok" button
  7. Make sure "ethernet card" is NOT disabled
  8. Update ethernet card driver if necessary.
Wireless:
  1. Turn wireless switch on
  2. Check wireless connection properties and that Internet Protocol TCP/IP configuration is similar to the above
  3. On wireless properties select "Wireless Network" tab and Add your SSID (wireless network name) if not there and if there Move "Up"
  4. Update wireless card driver
Router:

  1. Double check to see that "Automatic Configuration" DHCP is selected
  2. Double check to see if "DHCP"server is enabled
  3. Check wireless network mode and select correct mode
  4. Check wireless channels and adjust as necessary

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My router is disconnected to the internet connection everyday


I know how you feel, it happened to me too.
Ok what you need to do is exit out of everything, look at the bottom where the line is blue. There you would see one computer and two computers. One is for a Yellow cord, which is for a Local Area Connection, and the one with the Two Computer is for your wireless connection, if you dont have a Wireless connection computer, then go to start , then go to Set Program Access and Default , there you can start a new connection which will co

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Local area connection


If it says that your local area connection is unplugged then you cant have a cable plugged into the ethernet socket on your pc into a router or there is a break in the cable.

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