Hi everyone. I have a router D-Link and I have skype working, but I don't seem to have internet. I have other computers at home and they work fine. This only happens with this one. I don't really know much about computers, but a friend who does, doesn't understand this problem either. Please explain me in a simple way but with all the steps! I don't speak pc language. Please help me. Thank you!
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If you don't have any internet access, you can reset the router by unplugging it from power and then plug it back in. Do the same for your ADSL or cable ISP modem which you have connected on your TP-Link router. RESET FIRST YOUR ADSL MODEM and then your router.
Other solution might be to do ipconfig /release and ipconfig /renew on your command line window from your computer.
You can find your wifi router's user manual (PDF) on this link: http://www.tp-link.com/resources/software/200943083466.pdf
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What's the brand & model of your router? Can you be more specific about the error you get? Probably you need to forward the right ports for Skype to work. Check out this website " http://portforward.com " just skip the ads though. If your router's in the list, click on the link for your router and it should take you to the applications list. Find Skype & follow the instructions on how to configure it behind a router. Here's an example using my D-Link DIR-300 router " http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Dlink/DIR-300/Skype.htm ."
Just wait, many others are having problems.
Skype is having a lot of problemshttps://twitter.com/skype says Skype is now gradually returning to normal - we expect it may take several hours for everyone to be able to sign in again, however
ok then first take a ethernet cable and plug it to the output of the modem and into the input of of router(for the link sys this will be known as the port labeled internet. then use the software for the link-sys and give it a network then wireless connect your computers through that network.
depending on your type of netgear router, the way you enter the setup is different. I use a netgear router and th emeens of access is to type in your web browser http://routerlogin.com/start.htm
Your internet provider does not have anything to do with your local security settings.
you will need to go to the wireless settings link to choose a security type. I recommend you to use at minimum WPA-PSK(TKIP) You will then choose a pass phrase of 8 characters. This will stop the unauthorized access.
You will be asked for the pass phrase when connecting to your network.
If you need any other help, please just reply.
My name is ArmyMason, I have a suggestion for you. In Internet Explorer click on file and see if Work offline is checked. If it is unchecked it and try again. If this solution doesnt work might I suggest using our premium service or live chat.