Hi! im conencted wirelessly but i cannot access some websites
Hi! im connected wirelessly but i cannot access some websites..server with .com - i cannot browse but server with .net - I can browse. Im using mac laptop and im connected to uverse. i need help i cannot figured it out. thanks a lot.>alex
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find command screen on windows computer. XP it is under accessories. On windows 8 you have to use the search facility to find CMD.
On black command screen enter command
PING "server name" where "server name" is the server you want to find such as Microsoft.com.
If routing and remote access is enabled on the server, it should handle the bridging automatically between the two nics...
Otherwise, simply turn off the DHCP in the router, have the server and
all the clients connect to the LAN ports, and they will automatically
get their address from the server. In this scenario, you don't need to
worry about the WAN port on the router.
But you might want to think about using the WAN port on the router to
provide an added layer of security rather than exposing your server
directly to the internet. You can set up all the port forwarding you
need on the router.
try to delete wireless conenctions from list on change advance settings
and try to conenct router make shure is not same ip from modem
To configure the D-Link router, you will next need to open a web browser and type http://www.192.168.0.1
You should see the administration screen of the D-link router. type in admin and leave the password filed blank.
A setup wizard should appear, prompting you to first change the router’s password. Pick something you can remember.
You will next have to setup a time zone, you will then be given option as to how the router will handle IP address on the network. Most users will opt for the Dynamic option, which means the router will act as a DHCP server and supply all computers on the network with an IP address. If you select DHCP, you will need to Clone the IP address of the machine your ISP has already had contact with. For instance, if your ISP has been giving IP address to a certain computer before you put the router between them, you will need to clone the MAC address of that machine.
that is right the access point does not have a dhcp server. that will give an ip address to all of your computers or device connected to it wireless. If you have a modem with a dhcp server there will be no problem with the IP but if the modem does not you must have a router and now an access point.