I have been trying to connect to the internet with an ethernet cable but it keeps saying network cable unplugged, if you have any idea of how to solve, or if i need to elaborate to make it more clear please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org your help will be grealy appreciated
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Re: cant connect to web with ethernet cable
Well what setup do you have, single computer? Make sure your network adapter works, is the key..run cat 5 cable from computer to modem and modem to wall outlet. If possible try your network adapter on another computer.
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Connect the ethernet cable from back of cable modem to the LAN port on the back of the Belkin Router. Next you will need to run another Ethernet cable from port 1 of the router to a computer. Type in the address "192.168.1.1" or "192.168.0.1" into the address bar on Internet Explorer and setup your SSID for the network and any security you want on the network (optional but recommended). Once this is complete you will only need to connect to the network (the SSID you chose during setup) on your PC.
If you are trying to
connect through a modem/router you it should have come with a disk then you might have to connect
the usb lead to your modem to get a connection then click start control
panel,administrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll to network
adapters should see a yellow question mark? right click install drivers the drivermight be on the disc supplied by your ISP
internet service provider or the motherboard disc hope this helpsor you could download Realtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E
Gigabit Ethernet NIChttp://download.cnet.com/realtek-rtl8168-8111-pci/3000-2112_4-99235.htmlRealtek RTL8168/8111 PCI-E Gigabit Ethernet
NIC: The Realtek RTL8168 Gigabit Ethernet controller combines a triple-speed
IEEE 802.3 compliant Media Access Controller (MAC) with a triple-speed Ethernet
transceiver, PCI Express bus controller, and embedded memory. With state-of-the-art
DSP technology and mixed-mode signal technology, it offers high-speed
transmission over CAT 5 UTP cable or CAT 3 UTP (10Mbps only) cable. Functions
such as Crossover Detection & Auto-Correction, polarity correction,
adaptive equalization, cross-talk cancellation, echo cancellation, timing
recovery, and error correction are implemented to provide robust transmission
and reception capability at high speeds. hope this helps
Hi, It should have a LAN (network card) built in to the laptop. First of all make sure you have the LAN (network drivers) installed. You can do this by checking in device manager. To open device manager click Start, point to Settings, and then click Control Panel. Double-click the System icon. Click the Device Manager tab and look in the list for network adapters/controllers.
If the driver is installed you should be able to directly connect the ethernet cable to your laptop.
I'm not quite sure where the ethernet port is on that particular laptop but it will be on the back or sides of the unit and it will be the only port the ethernet cable fits into.
From there you should be good to go, if you can't get a connection reset the modem by removing power from it for 2 minutes, connect the power again, wait another 2 minutes for the device to settle and try the internet connection again.
MAy I know what OS you are running in the computer SO THAT I can give you more details what proper driver you should install. The driver you just have installed is not may be the driver for your Lan card adapter. But you may try this web site: www.driversdown.com and select network driver for *********** board if it a built in internet card but If it is an external card. Please see the manufacturer of your internet card installed to find the specific driver you should install for your Network lan card driver.
Please comment any result so that I can give you more option if it does not solve your problem. Thanks.
try to ping www.google.com , if no reply then there is problem in your broadband configuration.
if you are getting reply like this then your internet explorer is corrupt
Your internet explorer is corrupted. then change with firebox for testing. Afterwards you may reinstall internet explorer for normal use
It is not uncommon for the network adapter to become faulty and stop working. Since you've checked the cable and it is still listed in device manager as working properly, I would add a PCI ethernet port to your computer, then disable the faulty one in device manager. They can be picked up for around $15 locally and even cheaper on the web.
try to check your utp cable because there might be a problem on this. the both end should match just like for example if one end is yellow the other end should also be yellow next green the other end should also be green if you were the one who crimped your utp cable. if you think ther is no problem in your connectors then you proceed to command prompt (run) type cmd then enter then type ipconfig/all then press enter, then ping your default gateway