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My asus tf300 tablet will not connect to internet thru my microsoft router MN700

When I try to connect to my WiFi on my router the tablet says it is obtaining IP address but it never does

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SOURCE: Weird MN700 hassle...

can you tell modem has the 192.168.2.1 ip just chage into different

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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SOURCE: Can connect to router, but not to internet

Is the main computer connected to the router or to the internet directly? If it is a cable modem for the internet, make sure you turn that off, as well as the router, and connect the cable modem to WAN on the router and put the modem on first, then the router. Connect the computers, xbox, etc to the router

Posted on Jun 06, 2009

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SOURCE: can the microsoft MN700 Router be used with cable

I would say yes but i have not tested it personaly, but what i know about routers it should work with. Cable internet and dsl are exactly the same thing. The only difference is how its delivered to your house and the speed of it.

DSL tands for "Digital Subscriber Line." It is medium for transferring data over regular phone lines and can be used to connect to the Internet

cable the same thing except it is internet though the cable line. you u run the out of your

you probably wont even have to change any settings on it either. the line out of the back of your cable modem will plug into the same spot the old cable ran to when you just had dsl.

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Posted on Nov 16, 2009

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SOURCE: When logged into wireless router the computer can't get internet

Hi,
I have ever experience the same problem you are having .
I have re-position my pc location. Normally when we are over long distances we got this error.From my experience i would suggest you to try to align your pc and router in such a way that there is less walls and obstruction.
hope this will help
Regards
uttam

Posted on Dec 14, 2009

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I would say yes but i have not tested it personaly, but what i know about routers it should work with. Cable internet and dsl are exactly the same thing. The only difference is how its delivered to your house and the speed of it.

DSL tands for "Digital Subscriber Line." It is medium for transferring data over regular phone lines and can be used to connect to the Internet

cable the same thing except it is internet though the cable line. you u run the out of your

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