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Loss of internet connection

I have had BB connection problems at the local exchange which are now fixed, but while trying to fix these I made the mistake of pressing the reset button on my DI 524 router, and it stopped working, I have gone through the wizard set up procedure but must have made a mistake as it no longer connects to the Internet [via DSL 502T] I can connect direct but not through the wireless router. Any help would be appreciated but please, not too technical.

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I had selected PPP....... option instead of Dynamic, now fixed

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Connected with limited connectivity



Go to your local area connection from Control panel>Network and internet connection>Network connection.There choose the property of your local area connection.

In property,uncheck the option Notify me when this connection has limited or no connectivity.And choose OK button.Now you have done.Now disable and enable local area connection from network connection.You will seenotification saying acquiring network address and connected.The error of limited area connectivity will never disturb you again.



Resource : http://www.ehowportal.com/fix-limited-connectivity-laptops-wireless/

Apr 26, 2012 | Routers

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Check your broadband speed and report it as a Slow/Not Spot


I have a maximum download (connection) speed of 3.5MB at my exchange which is a Local Loop Unbundling or LLU from which I live about 5km as the crow files.

My expected maximum will be only 70% of this at about 2.5MB due to signal to noise ratio loss on the BT line, dont bother trying to change your MTU or any TCP tweak settings you will probably cause more problems with the speed becoming lower maybe even cutting yourself off your own broadband connection

However most ISP use Local Loop Unbundling is the process by which third party networkoperators are able to install equipment in to BT telephone exchanges in order to provide their own services without having to touch BT's network. Only the copper pair from the exchange to the premises, which remains the property of BT, is used by the third party. Use SamKnowsBest to check what options you have at your local BT exchange


BT copper line MAX is only 8MB irrespective of the the LLU that you use this means your ISP hardware.

Optical Cables MAX is 20MB and only Virgin Media in the UK can use this transmission medium.


I used to get only 750kbps which is not even 1MB now I can get double that between about 1500kbps - 1800kbps which is still only 1.8MB depending upon the time of day.

Also make sure that your connection is not shared with another user they will steal your bandwidth ensure that if you are using wireless use a WEP or even better a WPA-PSK encryption. Close all instances of P2P or FTP uploading during the speed test.

http://www.speed.io/index_en.html

My Results as a comparision

http://speed.io/backend/result/24801225?pID=project1 750 Kbps
http://speed.io/backend/result/27957779?pID=project1 1500 Kbps
http://speed.io/backend/result/27959284?pID=project1 1800 Kbps

There is not a lot you can do other than report this slow speed to this website the more they can build up a picture of the bad or NOT SPOT areas then your ISP will have to act to ensure that you don't move your service to another provider.

http://www.broadband-notspot.org.uk/

NOTE:
If you have the same problem as me then unless you can get Virgin Media Cable that can supply upto 20MB download speeds then BT maximum 8MB speed will be your limit expect to get about 4MB using the BT copper wired pair and your ISP's own router if you live over 5 miles from the exchange.


on Jan 05, 2010 | Routers

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Intel 82562v-2 network adapter wont connect to the internet, have searched online and this is a known problem but i cant find a fix. my system is an inspiron 530s and router is a netgear wgr614 but im on...


ok this is a really pretty nice question..

I guess you using windows 7!!

- Click on Start / Control Panel
- Go to Network and Internet then Network and Sharing Center
- On Network and Sharing Center on your Right where its written Task, you will find Change Network adapters. click on it
- Right Click on Local Area Connection / Properties
- In General Menu / look for Internet Protocol (IPV4)
- Double Click on IPV4/ choose use the following IP

Ip adresse: 192.168.0.15
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
default gateway: 192.168.0.1

Use the following DNS server:
DNS1: LEAVE IT BLANK
DNS2: LEAVE IT BLANK

Press apply and ok
Close everything, your local area connection should show you: "Local Area Network Connected"
Disable your Antivirus and Firewall ( for test ) and try accessing internet it should work

Configure your browser also
IE : Tools / Internet Options / Connections / Lan Settings / Tick "Automatically detect settings"
Ok and try accessing internet.

Firefox: Tools/ Options / Advance Menu / Network / Settings / Tick " Auto Detect Settings for this Network, apply ok.Close firefox and start again it should work.

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Cantconnect to the internet


have you got pc's with different operating systems installed on them?
i had this problem once it turned out that because i had my desktop on windows 7 and my laptop on vista my laptop only got local access to internet if had been on windows 7 as well there would of been no problem any here's a guide to help: http://www.thebitguru.com/articles/20-Fixing%20the%20local%20only%20internet%20access%20issue%20in%20Windows%20Vista

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Connecting the router to a power surge protector helps avoid this problem. You may also try updating the firmware of the router.

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My ex-next door neighbour has recently flitted 20 miles south. He can no longer connect to the Internet via his BT Voyager ADSL Router. I think he has lost an essential connection during the removal. In...


Your ex-next door neighbour needs to contact his Internet Service Provider to get a new ADSL connection linked to his new phone line. The original ADSL connection is tied to his old phone line/number and it will not work in his new location. Each ADSL connection is setup at the local telephone exchange and tied to that phone line/number..
If his Internet Service Provide does not operate nor can provide an ADSL service in his new area then he needs to find a new Internet Service Provider.

Oct 22, 2009 | Routers

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Will not connect to internet says cable unplugged


More likely that your local exchange has gone down. I'd unplug the unit completely and turn it back on after 10 seconds to make sure its not a fault with the router.

If that doesn't work, wait until tomorrow then try plugging it back in. By this time, any issue would have hopefully been amended by your internet provider.

If the problem still exists, then try resetting the router completely, and if that doesn't work. Its time to contact Netgear or replace with new

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"Local Access Only"


You need to look on the back of your router and find the small reset button. Push it and everything should reconfigure. If not Go into your device manager and see if you can find something called a NIC card or Network Interface Card, or something called an Ethernet card, if those are not listed, it means your driver has been deleted somehow. You can go to the manufacturers website and download a new driver.

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Connect to your router, then on the computer click start/run, type CMD at the >, type ipconfig /release, then ipconfig /renew this will reset all ip address from your computer through your router to your modem. this should fix the problem. BPCS

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