Question about Intellinet Active Networking (520638) Router
Hello.....i have a dell inspiron and i am unable to connect to the internet. my laptop recognizes the signal and the strength is excellent but it does not connect to it it says limited or no connectivity.........my roomates who have a sony dont have a problem connecting to it. i am not sure what the problem is.......pls help
I had to put my laptops wireless card on my routers mac address exception list even though I wasn't mac address filtering and if you aren't filtering mac addresses you should
Posted on Jan 17, 2008
Network limited or noconnectivity,,plss help
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
Are using dell inspiron win xp home version? Try connecting using the Wzc utility of your pC. Click start on PC --hit run--type services.msc on the run box- click ok and choose wireless zero configuration program on the list - right click on that and go to properties. Once property screen pop up, make sure that start up type is automatic and service status is started. (not stopped)click ok then exit out from that screen. On run box again type ncpa.cpl and click ok. Once you have the wireless network connection icon, right click and go to properties. click on wireless netowrk tab and try to remove all preferred networks.and view available wireless network again - refresh network list and connect again to your home network. If you cannot conent stilll. then call dell because your computer is experiencing wireless utility conflict. With the right wireless ssid, dell people can you walk you thru the process. hope this helps...
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
HI kirthika ,
What's the brand of your router? Is the router security enabled? In case that it is try typing in the network key. If its unsecured try going inside the router and check the wireless transmit-receive signal. If your getting a transmit
Posted on Sep 27, 2007
First step, does it have a password that you re not putting it? second, how far aay are you frm the router? have you tried getting closer to it and see if it works? third: try unistalling your wireless crd drivers and reinstall in them again. Try removing the card and reintall it again as well, If any of this does not work there are two other options, You card may not be compatible with the router. Or you may need o reinstall your windows software again, you may have firewall issues. Please advice.
Posted on Sep 23, 2007
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