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Can't connect to internet with my 2wire,

I completed a winipcfg and it shows no ip address

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By typing winipcfg im assuming your using Win98 or ME.
Make sure that your adapter is bound to tcp/ip
if you right click network you will see the adapter there.

Posted on Jul 24, 2009

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On any Windows device there is a set of protocols called TCP/IP.
When your device connects to a network, it attempts to obtain a TCP/IP network address that means it can connect to other devices on the network, or the Internet.
If it CANNOT obtain an address, you cannot do anything at all.
The actual address you obtain is set by the network administrator, but there is a way to tell if the network is not giving you a "real" address!
Windows 95 or 98 "start", "run" type in "cmd", then in the window that appears type "winipcfg"
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But if you do not have this option, you can go to START>RUN and type cmd. At the command line type ipconfig /release (or winipcfg /release in earlier versions of Windows). Then hit ENTER. Next, type ipconfig /renew and you should get a new IP address from the router.
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Check ur dns settings by typing nslookup
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