Question about Computers & Internet
Shutdown everyithing, including the PCs, on your network. Make sure your Ethernet cable from your internet, (Modem) if plugged into the WAN or internet port. Power up the Modem, wait 2 min. Power up the router, wait 2 min. Power to your PC. Go to STARTt>RUN>type in CMD. Press Enter. In the black bix that opens, type ICONIFG.
Look for your IP Address. It should be 192.168.x.xxx. (X can be any number up to 254.) Subnet should be 255.255.255.0. Gateway IP should be 192.168.x.1.
If your IP address is 169.xxx.xxx.xxx, you are not connecting to your router. Check your firewall settings, and connection.
Posted on Jan 09, 2008
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