Question about Cisco Computers & Internet
When you are in cmd:
Go to a cmd prompt. To go there, simply type cmd in the search. You can access it by going to your C hard drive, find Windows folder, in the folder locate System 32 - look for cmd.
Type IP config and see if you have an @ssigned IP in the range setup in the router. If not try C:\ipconfig\release then C:\ipconfig\renew Likely that this won't work.
The steps I took were:
1.) Go to Start/Control Panel/Network Connections. Right click on the wireless connection. Go to TCP/IP in the components section and click the properties button. Make sure Obtain IP and DNS address are both set to automatically.
2.) I had WEP enabled, make sure your wireless card and the router are both set to the same encryption 64 or 128 and make sure they are both on the same channel.
3.) Try C:\ipconfig\release then C:\ipconfig\renew again and hopefully you'll get an IP address.
Posted on Nov 10, 2010
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