I HAVE THE ASUS EEE PC 900 AND I CANT CONNECT WITH THE WIRELESS ROUTER TO THE INTERNET. I WAS CONNECTED WITH NO PROBLEMS BUT NOW IT SAYS YOUR ATHEROS L2 ETHERNET 10/1 IS DISCONECTED, I WOULD APRECIATE ANY...
Two things to try...
First: In your system tray (lower right corner of windows) right click in your wireless network icon and select "repair". After it finishes, try your connection again. (If you can't find the icon in the system tray, go to control panel, network connections. Right click on the wireless network, and select "repair".)
Second: Try to connect to your router directly by typing it's IP address into the address bar of your browser (Internet Explorer or Firefox).
*****If you don't know the IP address, you can find it by opening a command prompt window (click "start", "run", then type "cmd" and press "ok") In the command box, type "ipconfig /all" (all of these commands I have told you are without the quotes.) In the information that is returned, look for the Default Gateway. Usually it is something like 192.168.1.1 but yours may be different. This is the IP address of your router.*****
If you cannot connect to the router through your browser, then the router is the problem...Unplug it from the power for about thirty seconds, then plug it back in. Wait for a couple of minutes while it gets up and running again, then try your internet again. (Whenever I have repaired this problem in the past, I have also unplugged the cable modem which forces the modem to query for a new IP address for itself. If you do this, plug the cable modem (or DSL modem) in first, then plug in the power to the router.
If you CAN connect to the router with your browser, you should see the administrative options. Search through the tabs and options to find an option to release and renew it's IP address.
I hope that I didn't overwhelm you with too much information here, any questions, just post them here and I will help you.
Mar 05, 2009 |
ASUS Eee PC 1000H Laptop