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Network trying to connect two computers to the internet. says we have a connection on the second computer but it won't connect. if one is working (getting on net) the other one won't. thought we had a router problem, got a new one and still same problem. can you help? i need this solved asap as i work from home. thanks!!!

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  • shandimt Nov 04, 2007

    dont' know how to log into the check the dhcp...sorry, not knowledge about this stuff. thanks. both are set to obtain ip automatically - except on this computer i have a vpn that i use for work and that one has an ip specified



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Check weather ur bothe pc assigned static ip>and check weather the DHCP is enabled in the router
on the pc--click start-->control panel>n/w connection-->and lan--right click-properties-->high light the tcp/ip--and click on properties>and check weather the obtain an ip automatically is seleted if not select that one>in bothe pc>and also login with ur router screen under lan section check weather the DHCP is enabled if not enabled it>and reboot all the devices>and rate me solved if its help full

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