Question about Computers & Internet
Check your router if the mac address filtering is enabled.
use an ethernet cable and connect it directly to your laptop
open cmd and type ipconfig
look for default gateway and type the numbers in the address bar of your browser (normally it looks like this 192.168.1.1)
once you have the routers page enter the username and password if you have one
check if the SSID or wireless name is the same and the passkey is correct and check if the mac filtering is enabled..disabled it and check if you can connect or get an ip address
Posted on Sep 07, 2010
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