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Medion computer no ip numbers

I'm working on a computer that says it is connected to wireless, but has no ip numbers, mac addresses, nothing. I've reset the tcpip by removing all tcpip devices, running a lsp fix and still get nothing. I'm looking for a german registry tool, as the operating system is in german. I do not know german, but am going by my knowledge of icons, and position of commands

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Mac address


There are a few different numbers that tells networks, the Internet, other computers and so on who you are.
These numbers can include the internet protocol address (IP address), which can be four numbers from 0 to 255 in version 4, or even more in the newer version 6.
However, of all of these numbers, there is one number that identifies your computer and your hardware uniquely, and that is the Media Access Control address, or MAC address.

Open up the run dialog.
This can be done in two ways, either "windows key + r", or go to the start menu and click on "Run".
Type "cmd" to bring up the command prompt.

Type "ipconfig /all".


Record your MAC Address for each device.
There will be one or more devices listed depending upon the number of connections you have, such as Ethernet port, modem port, or wireless port.
Each of these will have a field listed as Physical Address, consisting of six, two number of letter segments.
For example: 12-34-56-78-9A-BC

Linux users

Open up a console window.
This can be accomplished in many ways depending on your distribution.


Type ifconfig -a.
This is analogous to the above ipconfig /all.


Record your MAC Address for each device.

Machintosh owners

Open System Preferences and select "Network".


Choose your interface (such as ethernet or wireless) in the "Show" box.


Find the MAC address. For the Ethernet device, it will be under the Ethernet tab listed as Ethernet ID. For the wireless, it will be under the Airport tab as Airport ID.


Record your MAC Address for each device.

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I have a Dell Latitude D420 Laptop It working Well But it has a broadcom netxtreem Network adapter.I cant change its Mac address. How can i Change its Mac Address (Network Address)???


The MAC address is unique to each LAN or wireless card and cannot be changed.
I presume you mean the IP address, this IP address can be fixed by you or can be automatically allocated by the router or the broadband modem to the LAN or wireless card in the computer.
For information on securing and setting up your wireless network, please click on this link and follow my instruction :-
http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

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Eventhough i`ve only one system connected,i get


If you have a wirteless connection AND you are not using any type of security, someone else may be connecting through your router. I suggest you add security measures to the wireless router, like specifying the MAC address of the computers allowed to connect

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My new Toshiba Satellite L300-20W will not connect to the internet via my wireless broadband connection (which is working fine as I tried another computer with it). The Connectivity Doctor gives the...


This problem is common.
This error message occures when the wireless card does not get an IP address from the wireless router. To get the wireless router to issue the wireless with a new IP address the connection needs to be repaired.
Right click on the wireless icon and click on repair.

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I would connect it to the router using a lan cable to verify that it will get a IP address and connect to the internet. Write down the IP information and make a static wireless connection with that info. It should work hardwired and wirelessly with this info. If it doesn't work wirelessly you may have a bad wireless card or you may find that their is already conflicting static IP info in the connection that has to be removed. Make sure that on your internet protocol (TCP/IP) properties that you have selected "Obtain an IP address automatically" and Obtain DNS server address automatically". Clear any settings that you may see there.

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Cant connect to the internet.


Click on Start and type CMD. Open CMD and type ipconfig. Check out the IP address V4 for the Local area ethernet adapter or wireless area adpater depending on wireless or wired connection. Any ip address other than of the class 169.254.x.x shoud be considered good. If you have an IP address is any other number other than the above you have a good IP address. to test the internet connectivity type PING www.google.com. If the results are Packets sent 4 Recieved 4 Lost 0 then the issue could be due to Internet Explorer bing corrupt or a firewall blocking the internet access. Power off the computer. Power on the system and as soon as you see the Dell logo please tap the F8 button 3 - 4 times. You'll get to teh Advanced Windows boot option screen. Select safe mode with networking and see if the internet works in the safe mode. If yes then it could be the firewall. Uninstall you antivirus and check.

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The 1390 WLAN Minicard may not be configured to communicate with your wireless router.
Check the wireless router settings, (check the wireless settings on your other computer) and configure the 1390 WLAN with the same settings eg. SSID, WEP/WAP encryption, etc.
Is MAC address filtering enabled on your wireless router, if so add the MAC address of the 1390 WLAN to the MAC address list in the wireless router.

Check the TCP/IP properties of the 1390 WLAN card the Internet protocol should not have a fixed IP address, set it to Obtain an IP address automatically including the DNS.

Use the Ipconfig command to see the IP configuration of the network cards.

Use the Ping command to see if you can communicate with wireless router.

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Wi-Fi not connecting on Toshiba Satellite A15-S157 PC Notebook


you tried giving it a static IP address rather than using automatic settings (i.e. DHCP). Sure enough, this cured the problem, connected fine. I looked in the dhcp server logs and while it was not complaining that the IP address pool was all used, it did seem that all the IP addresses available were being used. I increased the number of IP addresses available to be allocated by the dhcp server and problem solved. The big mystery to me is why Windows XP would report this as a problem with a weak signal? Isn't the access to the dhcp server and the allocation of the IP address at a layer above the wireless connection? Anyway, it's useful to be warned that the wireless diagnostics are misleading.

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Clicking repair normally sets incorrect ip addreses to your router requirements. Firstly, dissable your wireless connection, as your pc will still be trying to connect to the router, then try connecting again, your router should automatically assign an IP address to your pc. If that fails get into your routers settings (eg type in something similair to 192.168.x.x) x's being the numbers required for your router(see your manual); and have a look at the ip addresses that the router assigns to your pc's, probably on the 192.154.x.x region and write them down if neccassary. Then open up your wired cards properties(control panel- network connections- local area connection icon) and click on 'internet protocol tcp/ip', then properties and then click use the following IP address and type in the same numbers as your router range except for the last figure as this must not be same. You must also make sure the Subnet Mask numbers are the same as this is the route your connection follows to the router. Sorry it's a bit long winded but theres no shorter way round it.

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