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I'm assuming that you disconnect from the wireless router before attempting to use the LAN, otherwise the laptop would still have the IP it got from the router thru the wireless link - the only way to change that is to do a Repair on the LAN, as you do now.
This happens because the LAN settings in the router aren't set to automatic. No, your ISP has nothing to do with that, the connection between it and the router is on and correctly functioning: the problem is between your pc and the router. If you set separate static addresses for the wireless and the LAN thru the DHCP settings as explained in the manual (the link you found is a hack that is done when the pc is connected directly to the ISP, not your case) then it will be automatically recognized
Posted on Jan 05, 2011
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