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Not providing valid IP addresses

D-Link DSL-G624M not providing valid IP addresses. all appears to be working fine but the PC can not get a connection that works. rebooted and reset many times but no joy

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  • steve_bolam Jan 25, 2010

    thanks for that but the DHCP server setting is on and all PCs set to obtain address automatically - any other ideas ?

  • steve_bolam Jan 25, 2010

    i have 100mbps connection through the LAN so it is definitely the wireless functioning of the router

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First thing to do is check your Modem from your Internet Provider, without using your router, to know if you have a fair connection. Connect your computer directly to your modem. If your internet is okay

Second, connect your computer to your D-Link router using a Lan cable wire (utp cable), (don't connect your router to your modem ) then check your computer if it has an ip address from your router. If it has an ip address that means the wireless function of your router is not working.

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( During this steps always obtain the ip address of your computer automatically, because your router will provide the ip address in your computer )

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Make sure that your router is acting like a DHCP server.
also make sure that your pc's ip is set to "obtain automatically" under local area connection->properties->internet protocol->properties

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