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Sounds like your router is not set up for DHCP
try pressing the hard reset (pinhole probably) in the back of your router it should default to DHCP although you may loose your internet connection.
but without knowing your routers local IP address it would be difficult to connect to it to just switch on DHCP

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Failure to connect to internet


hello there,i would like to try and help you. could you please provide me with the details you see under network information:

IP Address:
Subnet:
Gateway:
DNS1:
DNS2:

is your internet service subscription valid? what type of wireless router are you using?

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Intel 82562v-2 network adapter wont connect to the internet, have searched online and this is a known problem but i cant find a fix. my system is an inspiron 530s and router is a netgear wgr614 but im on...


ok this is a really pretty nice question..

I guess you using windows 7!!

- Click on Start / Control Panel
- Go to Network and Internet then Network and Sharing Center
- On Network and Sharing Center on your Right where its written Task, you will find Change Network adapters. click on it
- Right Click on Local Area Connection / Properties
- In General Menu / look for Internet Protocol (IPV4)
- Double Click on IPV4/ choose use the following IP

Ip adresse: 192.168.0.15
subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
default gateway: 192.168.0.1

Use the following DNS server:
DNS1: LEAVE IT BLANK
DNS2: LEAVE IT BLANK

Press apply and ok
Close everything, your local area connection should show you: "Local Area Network Connected"
Disable your Antivirus and Firewall ( for test ) and try accessing internet it should work

Configure your browser also
IE : Tools / Internet Options / Connections / Lan Settings / Tick "Automatically detect settings"
Ok and try accessing internet.

Firefox: Tools/ Options / Advance Menu / Network / Settings / Tick " Auto Detect Settings for this Network, apply ok.Close firefox and start again it should work.

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I have a WNDR3400 and it serves DHCP IP addresses in the range of 192.168.2.x subnet. The routers is connected to the another local subnet 192.16.1.x I want the computers on the 192.168.2.x to be...


You need to set the subnet mask correctly on the machines so the machines can see traffic on both subnets. If DCHP is issuing the IP address of each subnet, it's also issuing the subnet mask. You should be able to configure both routers to issue a subnet mask of 255.255.0.0 and that would give your computers on either subnet visibility to both networks. Make sure to configure only one of these routers as the gateway and make sure both routers agree which one is the gateway to the Internet otherwise some of the computers won't have Internet access.

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Xbox connected through network cable to pc ! what do i need to perform on pc through my wireless usb port connected to go online


If you are running Windows Vista on your PC here is how you can route your XboX360 through your PC/Laptop in order to get on Xbox Live Wirelessly:

1. Set up a Static IP address in Vista. Go to Start -> Control Panel -> Network & Sharing Center -> Manage Network Connections

2. Right-click on Local Area Connection and go to Properties

3. Double-click on Internet Protocol (TCP/IPv4)

4. Set the option to "Use the following IP address"

IP Address: 192.168.100.1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: blank

5. Just to be safe, also set the options to "Use the following DNS Server Address"

Preferred: 208.67.222.222
Alternate: 208.67.220.220

(You may use your ISPs DNS entries also, these are just the OpenDNS ones that should work for everyone)

6. Under the "advanced" tab, you need to check "Allow other network users to connect through this computer's Internet connection."

7. Right-click on your wireless connection, go to properties, click the "advanced" tab and check the same box to allow other users to share the connection.


8. On your Xbox360 go to the network configuration menu and enter the following settings:

IP address: 192.168.100.5
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.168.100.1

DNS1: 208.67.222.222
DNS2: 208.67.220.220

Now you should be able to get on the internet with your Xbox as it will be using your PC/Laptop's wireless connection.

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Netopia router to strict


you need to open ports on your router so that it will give you proper connection to your ps3. you also need to set static ip address on your ps3.

here are the steps...

- go to a working computer that is wired to the router and open command prompt (for windows, click on start, then run, then type cmd or command, whichever will work, or click here if you are using mac)
- then you will be prompted with a black screen, on the blinking cursor type ipconfig/all
- take note of the subnet mask, default gateway, dns1 and dns2
- now go to your ps3 to set static ip adddress
* go to network settings and click network settings
* go to wireless or wired (whichever connection you are using for your ps3)
* then custom
* enter security settings
* now for your ip info click manual
* where it says ip address enter a static ip address (by default the ip address of your router is 192.168.1.254 so you can use any ip address that is on the same segment and was not being used by your other devices like 192.168.1.5 or 192.168.1.10
* subnet mask is normally 255.255.255.0
* put your default gateway number (the one that you have seen and listed from the command prompt) on the default router field
* enter the dns1 and dns2 also
* click next
* don't enable proxy server
* you can enable upnp if you can also enable it in your router

- now go bak to the computer and open a web browser, on the address bar of your web browser type the default gateway number (usually it's 192.168.1.254)
- you will be prompted with the netopia page, click expert modem on the left hand column, click yes, enter expert mode
- double click the word configure, go down and click on NAT, click static NAT, click the dropdown icon, see if your ip address (static ip address of your ps3) is there, if so click it, click on done, if this works, ignore the paragraph in brackets. (note: if it's asking for the default router ip address, you need to select/enter the default gateway number)
- click define custom service, click o port forwarding, select next , type anything in the service name, something that you will know its related to the ps3
- for global port range, if it's only one port that's being entered, enter the same port in the left and right hand boxes, in every case , enter the lower port in the box below saying base port even if there's only one port, and chage the TCP/UDP settings according to every port.
* here are the ports (note: repeat the same process for each one, after that window, select the static ip address you made in the drop-down list so it gets forwarded only for the ps3)
TCP port 80
TCP port 443
TCP port 5223
UDP port 3478-3479
UDP port 3658-3659

- when your done, click NAT on the left hand side, click the dropdown menu that has age of empires written on it and scroll to the bottom, click on the ports you made with the asterix beside them (*) and click enable , then enter the ps3 ip address in the bar , to enable them just for the ps3
- now click configure on the left and then click connection and tick the box that says upnp (note: you should have, when you click NAT on the left hand column, a static NAT address, enabled, it should be the same ip that you have used on your ps3, 7 ps3 ports, all enabled to the host device of your ps3's ip
- now , enter basic mode, click firewall, and set to low, this isn't dangerous as long as you have a desktop firewall such as windows or mcafee etc...
- save changes, and restart your router

hope this'll help you

ciao!





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I don't know what to use for the subnet mask gateway dns1 or dns2 entry on the set up. Thank you, G. Fuchs


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Re-installing your OS won't help..
Configuring your connections may help

1. Go to control panel.
2. choose network and internet connections
3. click the network connections
4. create new connections.

If you're using an IP addesss, pls. assign an ip address, subnet mask, default gateway, DNS1 and DNS2.

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