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Unable to connect to internet on vista via wireless router

Ok I've got a sony vaio laptop on vista, I've got the ethernet cable from my modem going into the wirless router (which is plexus a adsl2 + gateway) now i'm able to connect to the router ok, but if you hover over the status it says local only and im unable to access anything on internet.

I've followed the guidelines on the cd that came with it and connected to router, and done everything it says to configure it but same problem. It comes up with the error message "windows tried a repair but the problem still exists, security policy settings on this computer might be blocking the connection, the following policy might need to be adjusted to allow windows to connect, policy provider: windows firewall, filter name:query user

I've gone on several sites and have tried
ipconfig /release
ipconfig /renew
tried turning off firewall and all anti-virus protection
tried resetting tcp/ip to manufacturers settings
i've also gone into windows firewall with advanced security on local computer via admin tools in control panel and domain/private/public profile are all set to windows firewall is on then inbound connections that do not match a rule are blocked, then outbound connections that do not match a rule are allowed

any further sugguestions, i am an IT, but i have very little experience with vista so I am baffled....

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Welcome to FixYa! Vista is not access friendly but you will able to see your connection status by clicking on the network connection icon on the taskbar where you will see "Connected to: " and if you click on that a network map will appear. You will see a red "X" between your wireless access point icon and your Internet icon if the access status is "Local only". Clicking on the Internet icon will retry that connection. Make sure that your ip address is not 169.xxx.xx.x as that is Windows little way of saying it can't connect.
If you choose the Diagnose option it will do a release/renew operation automatically. With Vista you must "elevate" access by right clicking on the Command prompt executable and choose "Run as administator" if you wish to do that ipconfig manually.
Also when you are in the firewall configuration select the wireless connection>settings and make sure all of the permissions boxes are checked (ICMP, etc.)
With the adaptor advanced settings make sure your adaptor has the wireless mode (a, b, g, n) at the correct mode.
Have you tried logging on to the router via the Run bar? That is the most informative way to see your router config. Please repost if you need help with that. I also am a network professional certified since 1978 so I know that Vista defies using many tools we took for granted for so many years and often makes me feel frustrated. Maybe Windows 7 will be better as I only run Vista to help others like yourself, though at least you can understand what I am talking about:) Good luck, Steve Medley

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