Question about Network & Wireless Adapters
When I run network diagnostics, everything fails except IP address. I have tried ipconfig/flushdns and ipconfig/registerdns but it still fails. Help, what do i do?
This is not a solution this is diagnosis.
First what specifically fails wireless communication or something else?
Cam you attach with a wire such as an ethernet cable to the router?
If yes was that tested and did it work?
If not you probably have a configuration issue with you ISP on the wan or modem side of the router. Or you may have the gateway address set incorrectly Or you amay be missing DNS addresses to access sites by name.
I will need the ISP's name or support web site address to assist with the above
If the above works on to the wireless connection.
Does the wireless router and wireless adapter (built-in or add-on) share a common communication band (a, b, g or n) if not that is an issue
When attempting to connect can you see your routers name?
Was the name changed from the default to assure it is not your neighbor's router?
Did you apply encryption (WEP or WPA) to either the router or the wireless adapter and not to the other device?
Do you have MAC Filtering turned on in the router and failed to add the MAC address of the wireless adapter?
Please answer the above in a response and I will attempt to provide some additional steps to determine the issue and generate a solution
Posted on Dec 18, 2007
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