Question about Computers & Internet
Likely a DNS problem.
1. Check to see if your router is set to obtain DNs as dynamic or static (probably dynamic). Verify the listed primary & secondary DNS servers are correct for your ISP.
2. Check router to see if it acts as DHCP server for your network to assign ip numbers to clients. If so, then verify your computer as dynamic, otherwise set static ip in the same subnet.
3. Verify gateway assignments.
Posted on May 16, 2009
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