When I start my computer in the morning I have to unplug the canopy first. If I don't it will say I have no connection to the internet. I tried to update my drivers. I also assigned a static ip and that didn't help.
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Re: not connecting to internet
When you power down the canopy, what happens is you also do a hard reset which from your post re-establish the connection.
One of the many possible causes is that the canopy is loosing its DHCP lease on its assigned IP add. This may be a security feature/measure of your ISP limiting assigned IP add through a DHCP server for only a couple of hours to clients such as yourself. If this is the case then you have to bring this to the attention of your provider;
Another that you can try is to telnet to the canopy interface and check its settings. Its IP add is 169.254.1.1(255.255.0.0). Newer versions uses the 10.X.X.X (255.0.0.0) series, pls check which one you have.
Alternately, what can be done is to do a soft reset (not powering down/hard reset). Right click on your Networking icon in the System Tray and click on "Repair".
Other areas you can check/try are your router settings (if you are using one), settings of HTTP1.1 through proxy connections in IE, fix DNS (you can get them from your ISP). If you are using XP, there is also a registry tweak for DNS errors resulting to no connection (winxp_dnscache.zip).
Hope that this be of some help/idea. Pls post back should you need additional information.
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Try this, shut down computer, remove battery, if applicable, unplug wireless, wait 30 seconds, plug wireless in, wait for selftest, Boot computer. Any change? If no change, Try this procedure: http://www.wikihow.com/Refresh-Your-IP-Address-on-a-Windows-Computer . If no luck, Try connecting with a ethernet cable to the ISP Modem. To verify that the Modem is working properly.
Service not available it means that there's no connection to internet so its better to checked the connections of your computer to router or switch if it is connected properly. Or also checked if the router is unplug. To checked if your computer is connected to internet, go to the start button select for the control panel then look for network connection click it then look for the local area network(the computer icon)it should have color of sky blue it means that you are not connected,if not right click the mouse then select enable or its better to select repair then enable.
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On Windows XP : Click on start >> go to control panel >> double click on network connections >> right click on wireless network connection and click on properties >> click on wireless networks >> check the box that says ”use windows to configure my wireless network settings” and click OK >> right click on wireless network connection again and click on view available wireless networks. If you see your network name then click on it and click connect >> enter password if configured and click OK. Note : If you don’t see wireless network tab under wireless network connection properties then follow below steps. Click on start >> click on run >> type services.msc and click OK >> scroll the right side window down to wireless zero configuration >> double click on it >> start up type should be set to automatic and service status should be started(In case if it is different then change the settings) Then follow the above mentioned steps to look for wireless network tab and follow further. On Windows Vista : click on start >> go to control panel >> double click on network and sharing center >> onto left, click on connect to a network. If you see your network name then click on it and get connected. [Note : If you don’t see any network name and wireless switch is turned on then follow the below mentioned steps] Click on start >> click on run >> type services.msc and click OK >> scroll the right side window down to WLAN Auto configuration >> double click on it >> start up type should be set to automatic and service status should be started(In case if it is different then change the settings). Then try to connect to your network again.
If you are connecting to the Internet using a wireless connection and your LAN card in the computer does not have a LAN cable connecting it to a hub or router then you will get a message "A network cable is unplugged".
If you don't use a wireless connection and you only connect to the your network/Internet then the problem is either the LAN cable has come loose in the computer's LAN card or at the router or the LAN cable is faulty.