Re: LAN internet connection problem in COMPAQ V 3000...
Just connect the lan cable from the modem port saying "DataIn" to your laptop, select Automaticaly detect IP setting and let it assign via DHCP. Once it gains the ip (usually 3-4 minutes) use any java enabled browser (like ie,mozilla firefox) and go to any site it will automatically redirect you to Tata Indicom login terminal and fill in the required blanks and you are connected to the internet.
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In Internet explorer
Got to Tools (ALT+T) in browser
Pick Internet Options in Menu
Pick Connections Tab and change the connection type from dial-up to nothing.
Then it will pick up your LAN settings for your wireless connection.
The wireless feature (Wireless LAN) on an Acer notebook allows you to connect to available networks. This convenience allows you to use the Internet with network cables, modems or network installation. Acer laptops come with a wireless switch to turn the wireless feature on or off. Once you enable the wireless feature, your Acer notebook can connect to wireless networks within range.
Follow these Instructions
Locate the Wireless LAN switch located on the front of your Acer Notebook. Move the switch to the right to turn on Wireless connections.
Right-click the network icon located on the system tray next to the clock. You should see a list of available wireless networks.
Select the network you want to connect to and click "Connect."
Make sure you perform a virus and malware check on your system to see if that was the cause of the crash. There are times when malware will change your internet settings to not allow you internet access. Follow the guide below to make sure your settings are correct. If they are, you may have to look at the router and not the laptop.
Bring up your internet browser look to the right and click on the “Tools”drop down menu. Scroll down to the bottom and click on “Internet Options”.
Now click on the “Connections” tab.At the bottom of the page, click on the “LAN settings” button.
Make sure the box for “Automatically detect settings is checked. Now, Un-check all other boxes, Especially the box that states to use a “proxy server for your LAN” at the bottom. Click OK and OK.
Reboot the machine and try to connect to the internet, you should be able to. I have to also add that in some cases if you have “Selective Startup” selected through “MSCONFIG”….it may be beneficial to change that to “Normal Startup” until you get the other settings configured.
Configure the Router1.Step 1 Open your web browser, type " http://192.168.1.1/ " into the address bar and hit "Enter." 2.Step 2 Use "Admin" as the username in the pop-up box and leave the password blank. 3.Step 3 Connect to the Internet and click on "Internet Setup." 4.Step 4 Select your connection type from the drop-down menu. Choose "DHCP" for cable modems or "PPPoE" for most DSL modems. If you are unsure of these options, check with your ISP. 5.Step 5 Set a service set identifier (SSID) to identify the router and change the password. 6.Step 6 Encrypt your wireless connection using a Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP) key. Under the "Wireless Security" option, enter a passphrase and click "Generate." This will generate a password which will need to be used by any client connecting to your router.
Have you tried to use a different browser to rule out IE (that has not been previously installed on PC)? Try Firefox (I prefer IE BTW), and if your internet starts working you know that it's your browser's. Also, you can check to make sure that there are no proxies setup in your IE. Click on Tools > Internet Options > Connection tab > LAN Settings (at the bottom) - once in LAN Settings, uncheck all the boxes.
check your connection settings. go to file and make sure that work offline is unchecked. go to tools internet options then connections. check if the settings are correct. click lan settings if you're using a proxy. if not, make sure it is unchecked.
hi check u install your wireless lan driver are correct.
check your dns and ip setting if they needed to connect internet.
othyerwise set it to automatically.
check your router and wlan configure properly.