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So I assigned the device a IP address on our network, and set it to connect through the router default gateway and DNS. It connects to the network fine and I can access it from other PCs on the network. But when I try to connect a wireless device to the router it will not assign an IP address to them, any ideas??

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Make sure DHCP is still enabled. It may disable when you chose Static.

Side note: Not sure if a static IP will affect you as well, because many ISP's charge extra for this service.

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Tell me how i resolve dns failed connection


ou can try these options. Please follow step by step instructions on your phone.
A. Reset Wi-Fi:
  1. Delete all the configured wireless connections.Settings-> Connectivity -> Wi-Fi -> Select Network
  2. Click on Forget
  3. Do this for all your connections
  4. Now Enable Wi-Fi again. And connect to router.
B. Using Static IP Address:
  1. Settings-> Connectivity -> Wi-Fi -> Select Network
  2. Make sure to disconnect the network if connected.
  3. Now open the network,
  4. Select Static IP
  5. Now you can assign IP Address
  6. Here are default ips (It may vary according to your router)
    IP : 192.168.0.2 or 192.168.1.2
    Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
    Default Gateway : 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
    DNS: any two of these =>
    • 4.2.2.5
    • 4.2.2.1
    • 208.67.222.222
    • 208.67.220.220
    • 8.8.8.8
    • 8.8.4.4
For screenshots visit http://www.samsungbadaapps.com/tips/dns-failed-error-on-wi-fi

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Share 01 Feb
2011 How to configure IP address of wi-fi connection on a Android Phone (Samsung Galaxy Tab) Posted in: Gadgets Tagged Under: Android, Galaxy, Samsung, Tab 7 Comments samsung_galaxy_tab-small-1.png
By default Androids phones (including Samsung Galaxy Tab) are set to automatically configure IP address, Gateway, Netmask and DNS address of wi-fi network.
But if you want to manually assign IP address, Gateway, Netmask and DNS address of wi-fi, here is how you can do. Method below is described for Samsung Galaxy Tab, but it will work for all Android phones.
  1. On Home screen, press Menu key.
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  2. Tap Settings
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  3. Tap Wireless and network.
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  4. Tap Wi-Fi Settings.
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  5. Press Menu key again.
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  6. Tap Advanced.
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  7. Enable "Use Static IP".
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After you have enabled "Use Static IP", you will be able to manually assign and configure IP address, Gateway, Netmask and DNS address of wi-fi network.

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I cant connect my dell laptop nor detect D-Link dlink Wireless N 150 Router through wifi but my mobile devices can and my desktops can also. please help me able to connect in the internet using wireless...


Try assigning your laptop a static IP. To do this in Windows:

  • Open Windows Start menu.
  • Open Control Panel.
  • Classic view: Open Network Connections
    Category view: Select Network and Internet Connections, and thenNetwork Connections.
  • Double-click on your active LAN or Internet connection.
  • Click Properties
  • In the General tab, highlight the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) item, and clickProperties.
  • In the General tab, click Use the following IP address, and enter: - IP address. The static IP address you want to assign to this computer (try 192.168.1.110 to start). - Subnet mask. Subnet mask used by your router (try 255.255.255.0 to start). - Default gateway. IP address of your router's default gateway (try 192.168.1.1 to start).
  • In Use the following DNS server addresses, enter all the IP addressses for the DNS servers your router uses (or you can try your router's address, probably 192.168.1.1).
  • Click OK.

Source: http://www.hotcomm.com/faq/faq_staticipxp.asp
Please leave feedback for this answer, thanks.

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Internet connection problems


Troubleshooting Internet Connection Problems The purpose of this section is to give general tips
on troubleshooting your Internet Connection

While there are many possible configurations, I'll try and cover the most common ones.

Making Sure You Have Correct IP Information
Basic PING Tests
Browser Configuration

Making Sure You Have Correct IP Information 1. Make sure you have the correct IP scheme for your network. This would include the:
  • IP Address
  • Subnet Mask
  • Default Gateway
  • DNS Servers
2. There are a few ways you can see what IP addresses are being assigned.
But generally for:Win9x - Start / Run / command
Windows2000/XP/Vista - Start / Run / cmd
The run IPCONFIG /ALL. A sample where a router is used is in the following graphic.
ipconfig.jpg 3. IP Address:
If you have a router, common examples would be:
192.168.0.x, 192.168.1.x or 10.0.0.xIf you are directly connect to your DSL or Cable Modem, you should have an IP address that would correspond to something from your ISP.
What you don't want to have is something like 169.254.x.x. This means you are not getting and IP address assigned and needs to be resolved first.
4. Subnet Mask:
Also make sure you have the correct Subnet Mask. Most commonly this would be 255.255.255.0 5. Default Gateway:
Make sure you have the correct Default Gateway IP address.
With a router, this is typically the IP address of your router. 6. DNS Servers:
Make sure you have the correct DNS Servers. Sometimes this is the IP address of your router, so it would be the same as the Gateway IP.
Sometimes (as in this example), it is the actual DNS servers used by the ISP.
7. Possible causes for not getting an IP address assigned are:1. Defective cable, network card or port on the router. Make sure you are using all known working components.
2. Your router is not configured for DHCP (which would automatically be assigning IP addresses).
But you need to have this correct before proceeding.
Basic PING Tests 1. This and can be done from that same command prompt you used to run IPCONFIG 2. Try pinging the router's IP addresse.g. ping 192.168.1.1
If you get a reply, then your connection to the router is working.
If you don't get a reply, then you need to double check your network card, cable, port on the router. You might also see if any other computers on the network can do the same.
3. Try pinging an external site by IP address e.g. ping 4.2.2.1
If you get a reply, then you have a connection to the Internet.
If you don't get a reply, there are several things you can try:
1. Double check that the router is connecting to the Internet. Typically you can access the router through your web browser and check it's status.
2. Take the power off your DSL/Cable modem and Router. Plug the modem back in a wait a minute or so. Plug the router back in and wait a minute or so. Then restart your computer.
3. Winsock Fix - It is possible that the Winsock Registry entries have gotten corrupted. This is getting to be a more common problem. See WINSOCK FIX for clean ones you can download
4. Try pinging an external site by Namee.g. ping www.yahoo.com
If you get a reply, then you have a connection to the Internet and DNS is working
If you don't get a reply, there are several things you can try:
1. Double check your DNS entries
2. You many need to use the same DNS IP address that your ISP or Router is using.
3. On rare occasions your ISP has problems with their DNS servers. But that is rare in comparison to misconfigured computers.
If your PING tests work but you are having problems browsing sites on the Internet 1. If you could ping external sites by both IP address and Name, but cannot browse the web, likely your web browser is misconfigured. 2. Double check that you don't have an incorrect or not needed Proxy server assigned.For the Internet Explorer - Tools / Internet Options / Connections tab / LAN settings button. Uncheck both Automatically detect settings and Use a proxy server for your LAN.

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How do i use my wireless ethernet? it recognizes the 1394 net adapter and i have the needed drivers with no splat problems. do i need to set up a wireless connection through the connection settings? i have...


If you are in a network, you need to have a thing called IP address which is usually assigned by a DHCP server or a wireless access point.If DHCP Server is not available in your case then you need to configure evreything manually.If DHCP server is available then you don't need to configure anything.Just search for the WI_FI signal and connect with it.

For manually configuring Wireless Network Setting

Go to control panel and click "network and Sharing Center", click Change Adapter settings" Right Click on the wireless adapter, Select "properties", click on "Internet Protocol version 4(TCP/IPv4)".

Select now use the followinf IP address,

Manually fill the IP address : 
                       Subnet mask :
                       Default Gateway: 

Select "Use the following DNS address "

Manually fill Preferred DNS address:
                Alternate DNS address:

For example :                           IP address               : 192.168.0.10
                       Subnet mask               : 255.255.255.0
                       Default Gateway           :192.168.0 1  

                    Preferred DNS address    :218.248.234.117
                     Alternate DNS address   :218.248.136.142

IP address is needed for communications between devices.
subnet mask is needed for identifying your Network Address Node.
Default Gateway is usually your Router or Wi-Fi access point IP Address.

DNS address for resolving domain name(mostly for Internet browsing)

Hope you can connect it now.
HAPPY NEW YEAR.

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No ip address on computer


IP addresses are generally assigned when you connect to another networking device such as a router, switch, or modem. You should first go to your Network Connections and right click on your networking device and click on properties. Click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and hit properties. Then click on the box that says Obtain IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically. Now when you make connection with the router, switch or modem it should assign you an IP address. If this doesn't happen then you need to check your network cable, or wireless log in proceedure to find out why you're not connecting. These rules aren't for all systems. Some ISPs may require you to put in DNS servers and IP addresses. If the above doesn't help then contact your ISP to find out if there are specific settings. You can also view your Network Configuration settings by going to "Start" > "Run" cmd then in the window type /ipconfig /all. If you're connected properly you should have IP address, default gateway, DNS server and DHCP servers.

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Router connecting to Linksys USB adapter


to confirm if your Network adapter's assigned IP, subnet, Gateway & DNS
  • Start > Run > cmd
  • at cmd prompt type: ipconfig /all
  • look at the parameters given to your Network Device that is connected to the router (IP, Subnet, Gateway & DNS Servers.
  • Verify those addresses if they are reachable by pingging. Check your IP, Gateway, then check for the DNS Addresses. Type cmd prompt: ping ip_address << do not omit the periods between the numbers.
  • See if there are replies from those addresses. if you get Request timed out, tell us here which part you get one. if you can receive a reply from those addresses (gateway & DNS Servers) definitely you are already connected to the internet. Just check your Browser's connection setting.

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Are you trying to get an IP for your computer, or for your modem? Assuming your using a high-speed connection, possibly a router?

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Cant connect to dns server


When attemptin to attach to a wireless router

Either the SSID's match between your router and wireless adapter or your router is unencrypted and is attached to by the default configuration that uses the SSID it finds of an unencrypted network.

Now the two machines can talk to each other

If you request a dynamic IP address from the router it's DHCP can pass to your wireless adapter a various pieces of information including an IP Address, subnet mask, default gateway (the routers address in this case), adn DNS addresses (optional)

If you have static addressing in the wireless adapter you must provide to the wireless adapter a IP Address (NOT in the DHCP range of the router and not matching any other device attacned to the network, the same subnet mask as the router, the gateway address of the router and DNS addresses.

The first three of these allow you to communicate with the roouter and establish connectivity with it.

If the router's lan address is 192.168.0.1 and subnet mask is 255.255.255.0 then all addresses of devices connected to the router lan must begin 192.168.0.?. IF the DHCP server in the router can assign 192.168.0.100 - 192.168.0.149 as dynamic addresses. We can assign 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.99 as static IP addresses each to one and only one device. There are more potential static addresses above 192.168.0.149 but we will ignore them for this discussion.

The communication band (A, B, G, N) sable by for the router and wireless adapter must have at least one in common

Both the router and wireless adapter must have encryption set the same (WEP or WPA with the same passphrases and options)

If Mac Filtering is enabled on the router the MAC address of the wireless adapter must be loaded into the routers table of permitted MAC addresses.

If there is an error in the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway?, encryption, or Mac Filtering, mismatched bands the wireless connection will fail as indicated with limited or no connectivity.

Even if all that works you still are not assured access to the internet.

The DNS addresses and default gateway are needed to be correct along with all the ISP's interface requirements for the wan or modem side of the router to be able to access the internet as and achieve the expected results such as accessing google.

If you would like to work through this step by step we can get you connected however I cannot see what you are doing and anything you do or change that I don't know about until we are done is likely to confuse the process. Please reply to this message if you wish for me to continue to assist.

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Sorry, but i've only recently joined this site, so if its too late apologies, but most people have this problem, after internet innactivity, setting timeout to 'o' doesnt do anything on any routers ive worked with. Search and download a little programme that constantly pings a certain site it uses itself to simulate you being active online. It too frustrates me! :-(

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