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Wireless connects, but no activity received

A few days ago my wireless connection stopped working properly. I am able to view available networks and connect to those networks. However, when I open the connection status window I see that packets are being sent, but no packets are being received, and I cannot access the internet. I've tried repairing the connection using the windows repair feature, restarting my computer and my wireless adapter, and I've even tried changing the channel on the adapter so that it is not on default channel 11. Any suggestions?

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  • Stephanie Alton May 02, 2007

    Thanks for the help! I look at the settings for the IP address and somehow it was no longer set to get an IP address automatically. Changed it to automatic and everything is working fine.

  • Anonymous Dec 05, 2007

    same problem yet.

  • cchew Feb 21, 2008

    I have the same problem as well when I try to connect my wireless connection at my home network. There is not activity on receive but there is activity on sent. But when i connect to my work wireless connection, it work like a treat. Could someone help me solve this wireless issues. Thank you.

  • navin_111 Mar 21, 2008

    I am having Intels WiFi Link 4965AGN wireless card. It can find the wireless connections and get connected, and the signal strength is excellent. 54 MBPS.

    But no activity I cant access the internet.

    I tried serveral options, ipconfig/release, /renew , .....

    But I cant access internet in all the cases.

    Even my windows firewall is tunred off.

    Its giving hard time, please help me out what can be done.


  • Anonymous Aug 07, 2008

    yup

  • Anonymous Mar 22, 2014

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Hi, Turn off any firewall (incl Windows firewall). In the connection window click on the right tab and see if an IP address has been asigned to your wireless interface. If it has click Start->Programs->Assessories->

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Hi
Could you tell me why the intel proset 6205 cannot connect to a caterpillar communication 2.The adapter has an ip address and it is connected to an ECM.Again the laptop that I'm using has the same protocol for the Ip except there is a diffrence between the 3 and forth
172.23.15.55 I put it 172.23.25.65

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It sounds more like a problem with the modem configuration not allowing the internet to get through..you might want to check the modem configuration

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Before I would answer your question, there are certain things I wish to know: 1. Operating System. If Windows XP, which service pack. 2. The network that we are trying to connect to is a router or a AP. 3. If you are trying to connect to a router or a AP, you cannot change the channel, because channel is automatically assigned by those devices. Please revert back and I will give you my best answer. Cheers

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I too had these problems with the above network card and looked for days to find solutions and there doesn't seem to be any. The Intel card seems to cause many problems, however it seems to work better with wep security, anything higher is a problem. I have just changed to a Broadcom 802.11b/g card and it is excellent. Forget the Intel card.

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