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plug it in hardwired then check the ip of the pc. the default gateway is the router.
start run cmd type ipconfig /all
if u hold reset button on back for 20 seconds it should reset defaults.
Posted on Nov 07, 2007
I've just had a similar problem with my WG111T connecting to a Tiscali provided Thompson ST585 router.
My problem was that my WG111T was reportedly connecting OK to the router but that then the router would not assign an IP address to the PC.
I figured out the following - download the latest WG111T driver from Netgear (I used 2.1 from http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/WG111T.asp).
Follow the instructions to deinstall your old driver and to re-install the new.
THIS IS THE IMP BIT. When the Netgear instalation process gives you the option to use the Netgear config - it;s marked as (recommended) then DO NOT pick this. Instead pick the std. Win XP config option.
This then meant that I could control the input of the security key myself.
This worked for me!
Why? Well i'm guessing here but I think it's to do with differences in WEP / WPA-KSP.
Anyway hope that helps
Posted on May 18, 2008
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Posted on Nov 27, 2008
Not sure if this is where you are looking, but it probably is. click START then CONNECT TO then SHOW ALL CONNECTIONS then right click LOCAL AREA CONNECTION click STATUS then SUPPORT,,,
or CONTROL PANEL then NETWORK CONNECTIONS then right click LOCAL AREA CONNECTIONS then click STATUS then SUPPORT tab
See what you have there for an IP address
Is it the computer you don't have an IP for or the router? In my case my computer IP the 8th or last digit is the next number after what it is for the router. The other numbers are the same
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
SOURCE: cannot connect to internet
Make the Ip address similary to the router, example 192.168.1.25 should work.
SUbnet mask will then fill in automaticaly, just leave it
then Default gateway will be the routers IP. 192.168.1.1
the dns server would be the ip of your internet provider. I would leave it blank at first, see if it will work then. If not, then ask your service provider for it. If they give u a number, then you will have to go into the router properties, and change the dns and stuff like that in there aswell.
Posted on Dec 25, 2008
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