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Re: no wireless connection
Hi.IP address and gateway depends on your ISP and if you have Dynamic i address from your ISp then it wud be automatically assigned.hey check if the wep key on the laptop and the 2wire are the same and they share the same type on encryption(64/128 bit)
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Hi, Your computer is most like have IP address permanently asign. To change the setting for windows 7, click start, click control panel, click network & internet, click network sharing, click connection, click lower left hand property, click Internet protocol version 4 (TCP?IPv4), click property and click obtain and IP address automatically. Your Router will asign IP address. Windows XP, Click start, click connect to, click to show all connection, right click to the wireless connection adapter, click the property and click the down arrow click to TCP/IP, click the property and change it to obtain IP address automatically. That should work for you. Get back to us if this information help you solve you solve the problem. Good day now.
find that ip of the router e.g 192.168.0.1 or something like that
gott to the lan network connection of pc got tcip option
in ther enter the ip addree 192.168.0.xxx ( anything but ther router address) subnet mansk 255.255.255.255.0 defualut gateway the routers ip address primary dns router router ip address leave the secondary ip blank
It sounds as if the problem is with your wireless setup. If you go into your property setting for the wireless when you are "connected" to your router, make sure it is showing a Gateway IP address. If not, you get limited or local access only. You will need to get the gateway IP address from your ISP provider or if you know the IP address of the router (DHCP) you can get all the IP addresses to get you connected to the Internet.
I have had the same issues with Vista.. Even thou the wireless shows an excellent signal the only thing I could do was to disconnect and then reconnect and then I was able to get it to work. I finally had to upgrade to Windows 7 and now never had the problem again. I would have to say that Vista might be your problem.
This kind of problem occur due to dhcp disable in the wireless router for the security purpose. So try to give the ip adress manually by right clicking on the wireless and give the ip adress of the same range in which your network in working e.g 192.168.1.0 is the range of your ip addresses so please select the ip which is not been used by any other computer and than in default gateway enter the ip address of you wireless router and you will be able to access the internet on your system.
First thing as ur able to access internet using ethernet cable, that indicates that ur router is fine.
Now, also as u mentioned signal strength is excellent still its not getting connected, what u have to do is :
click start then run type cmd and press enter it will open up command prompt or if ur using vista then click start >all programs>
click accessories>right click command prompt>click run as administrator it will take u to the command prompt screen there
type ipconfig and press enter and check what is the ip address
if ip address is like 169.254.----- then that it indicates that ur comp and router are not able to communicate wirelessly
u have o set up a new wireless network. and if ip address is like 192.168.0.4 and default gateway is 192.168.0.2
then u don't require to setup a new connection
now in any case run this following command on the same command prompt window
netsh int ip reset reset.log and press enter
and then run this command
netsh winsock reset catalog press enter it will ask u to restart
and then restart the laptop
after that try connecting if still not able to access internet
then connect ethernet cable open internet explorer type in this address 192.168.0.1 and press enter it will ask for username and password that is admin and password respectively
and it will take u to netgear settings
and from there setup a new wireles network.........
try this if not able to do so revert to me.
Check the wireless IP address on the XP computer. try to ping default gateway and see whether its giving succesfull reply, after that do ping yahoo.com and check successfull pinging. if it pings successfully the yahoo website , then you should go online.