Question about Computers & Internet
Using 2 wire software, I installed the network adapter to communicate w/my residential gateway (#3800G). The adapter installed fine, but the network would not send back connectivity info (SSID?), so I got "little or no connectivity" message and could not access the internet. Hardwired (ethernet) machines (2) work fine. I've tried all the Uverse help tips, including manually installing the network, but to no avail. Do I need to have the adapter send a password to the gateway and, if so, how?
Any help would be appreciated.
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Posted on Sep 03, 2008
Try to acquire an address from the router by performing a ipconfig /release command, then ipconfig /renew at the command line. If that doesn't work then you may have to manually enter IP address and DNS address and Default Gateway address in the IP Properties page of your adapter. Could be your present address is using APIPA or Windoze Automatic Private IP Address of 169.254.x.x
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