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SECIRITY ISSUES MUST HAVE SOME HOW CHANGED AND NOW I CANNOT CONNECT AND HAVE THE SECURITY ISSUE AS WELL PLEASE SOMEONE HELP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
k first delete all temp files and cookies and clear history>and change teh dns to global one>i hope that u pinged with the web site have u tried ping with the ip address of teh web site>then here the way to change teh dns to static
start-->control panel-->and network connection-->right click on local area conn-->properties-->and high light the TCP/IP-->and click properties and u can see a dialog box>in that look @ the left side down u can see obtain DNS sufficx>and use the current following DNS select that and the DNS range is
184.108.40.206>and apply and ok>and reboot the pc>and check with teh web site iam sure its a dns issue>and rate me solved if its help full thx
Posted on Nov 04, 2007
SOURCE: Wii connection issues.
You can check if the problem is with the internet connection going to the Wii or just the wireless connection.
When you loose connection, check the Wii's ip address. If it does not have an ip address(or ip is 169.xx.xx.xx) that means that the Wii is disconnecting from the wireless network. You can then try other wireless channels on your router.
If the Wii is still getting an ip of 192.168.x.x, that means that the problem is the internet from the router. You might need to forward ports on the router for your Wii.
Posted on Mar 13, 2008
I don't have a solution, but may have more information - I am having the exact same problem, but with a different router (linksys wireless g router and a cable modem).
I am unable to access any website with "mcafee" in the url on one PC, but can connect from another. Running tracert from the "bad" PC to www.mcafee.com times out at the local network (192.168.1.1). All this leads me to believe that the problem is tied to a local virus. There is no network-level keyword restriction, visible or hidden, confirmed by accessing www.mcafee.com from the good PC through the same router/modem.
Hope this helps.
Posted on May 11, 2008
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Posted on Jun 15, 2009
Temporarily connect to the router with a cable and reconfigure it to use a different wireless channel. While you're there, this is a good time to change your security mode - WEP is dangerously weak and you should switch to WPA unless you have a very good reason not to.
If all else fails, there's a reset switch (hidden inside a hole) on the back of the router.
Posted on Oct 12, 2009
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