Question about Belkin Computers & Internet
It seems that there is something wrong with the wireless settings.There are 2 aspects of internet connection.
1. Router Setting :-
2. Computer Setting ( Seems to be this reason in your situation ) :-
Check I.P address, Subnet Mask, DNS Server settings.
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Go to each PCs Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties for Local Area Connection (LAN) or Wireless connection, whichever applies.
You only need to set the TCPIP numbers manually if there is an error in your Router's configuration. As you've just ensured that DHCP is turned on, you should set your TCP/IP settings as follows: -
On the General Tab: -
Obtain an IP address automatically
Obtain DNS server address automatically
Click on the Advanced button.
Add a Default Gateway
Put the IP address of your router in here.
On many routers this will be 192.168.0.1 - on some others it will be 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.254 or 192.168.1.254 - but it could be in some other range - however, you can usually find this information in the Quick Start Guide OR somewhere in the Router's LAN settings. Anyway, I'm pretty certain you know which it is by now.
Ensure Automatic metric is also ticked.
The following settings can also be applied while in this "Advanced" mode.
Click on DNS and ensure "Append primary and connection specific DNS suffixes" and ensure there is also a tick in the "Append Parent Suffixes". Then tick Register this connection's address in DNS. (Not being a TCP/IP specialist, I'm not sure whether these are strictly required, but they work for me).
My WINS Tab setting also has "Enable LMHOSTS lookup" and Netios is set to Default.
My Options tab has Optional setting TCP/IP filtering, the properties of which are set to Permit All.
When you click on OK to complete the "Advanced" setup, check that the "Alternate Configuration" tab is set to Automatic private IP address.
Those settings should work for every router with the private side DHCP server working correctly. You should never need to set a static IP address with these settings. I would be more inclined to say that there was an inconsistent setting in the router.
However, you may need to set a fixed IP address if you intend using a file sharing system. This also means that you might need to configure your firewall - and is beyond the scope of this particular guide - that would be far too advanced for most users.
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Posted on Jun 28, 2009
Check the IP Address of your pc
For XP computer:
1. go to control panel
2. click network connections
3. right click Local Area connection
4. click properties
5. high light internet protocol TCP/IP
6. Choose properties
7. choose "Obtain IP address automatically" & "Obtain DNS automatically".
8. Click "OK"
1. Click "Start" > Go to "Netework"
2. Click "Network and Sharing Center"
3. Click "Manage Network Connections"
4. right click Local Area connection
5. click properties
6. high light internet protocol TCP/IP
7. Choose properties
8. choose "Obtain IP address automatically" & "Obtain DNS automatically".
9. Click "OK"
Check Firewall settings. You may have "denied" the connection...consult your firewall tech support to configure this. The firewall usually is incorporated with the antivirus.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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