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One of the PC's on the network cannot access the internet. I replaced the cat5e cable and still no access. The messgae reads "no connection to the internet is currently available". The other PC connects fine through the router.

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Did it ever work before? Are you running DHCP? What is the IP address on the other one that works?

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