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When on my network (LAN) for some reason i cannot open Adobe.com it times out every time, (page cannot be diplayed). When i connect directly to my DSL modem it works every time (bypass my router).

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Sounds like your router needs to be configured. Do you know how to access it? What kind of router do you have?

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In Mozilla fire fox 4.0, I can browse all the web site except www.youtube.com. I'm using windows xp service pack 3.Sometimes I got into www.youtube.com but can't open any object. The message showed:- ...


Are you using your school's computer-network, or your employer's computer-network?

If so, then that network may _deliberately_ be blocking access to "time-wasting" sites, such as YouTube and eBay and Twitter and Amazon.

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How do you get the internet


select internet from the Wii settings screen, then go to the internet setup screen.
first, you should make sure you have a high-speed (broadband) Internet connection like cable or dsl. then, you should see if your network is wired or wireless.

if:
-your network is wired, then you have a LAN, and you can connect your Wii with the network with a Wii LAN Adapter which can be sold at www.nintendo.com

-your network is wireless, then you can use the Internet Setup in the settings to search for your access point. all you have to do is select the connection settings option, select an open connection indicated by "None", select wireless connection, select search for an access point, see if you can select your access point from a list (if it shows up), select OK, and select OK to test the connection

-your network is not wireless, then do you have a PC running Windows XP directly connected to your high-speed Internet connection? if so, then you can connect your Wii if you get the Nintendo Wi-Fi USB Connector and use Internet Setup to connect with it.

we actually have the wireless router to connect to ours and it works perfectly. you can also check the Wii Operations Manual (gray book) for even more details. its on pages 51-59. you should start on page 51 though.
i hope this helped a lot!

Jan 09, 2010 | Nintendo Wii Console

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A question for experts


you need to use a load balance to enable the usage of 2 internet connections read this page, its simple in XP but slightly more challenging in Vista Or 7

http://www.geekswhoknow.com/articles/load-balance-two-internet-connections.htm

Oct 25, 2009 | 2wire 2700HG-B Router (2700HGB)

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Unidentified network which has limited connectivity


You're network card may be disabled, and that would be why you are unable to connect to yout network/the internet through your network card, to check this go to your network settings, right click on the "Local Area Connection" and if the option is there to "enable" then click it because your card has been disabled, if disable is there in stead then I'm stumped. with regards to "unidentified network" This usually comes up when someone has a wireless network created, but they have the settings made to not broadcast (show) the SSID (name) of the network. This is done for extra security, because in order for someone to connect to the wireless signal they need to know the type of encryption used, the key or passphrase for the encryption and on top of that the network name. Limited connectivity means that you are "connected" only in the sense that you can see the network connection, but you are unable to do anything with it.

Oct 14, 2009 | Linksys WRT160N Wireless Router

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Can't access adminpage of the router from the 1st lan


you can use ethernet cable, or you can use the wireless.

search for the wireless network and connect your pc to that wireless network. or simply connect an ethernet cable to your pc and connect other end to the Linksys WRT54GL .

open an internet explorer (or whatever you use) type ip address.

Dec 17, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Cannot connect to the internet, yet I have a connection


81003005 is a connection error! caused by different things. 1st The date on your computer needs to be set properly -- double click the clock verify that the time and date are set.

The latest update for Flash Player to #10 Is causing things to not load,Can not log in,or Messenger just crashes upon opening..Use the link below for a download of Flash player # 9.0.124.0 . You have to remove the present flash player,add/remove programs in control panel,Reboot then download from here. http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html

Vista user?
http://www.ymessengerblog.com/blog/2008/10/27/installing-90-on-windows-vista/

this works for some..
1. Open your Internet Explorer
2. Go to Tools > Internet Options then click the Connections tab
3.Click the LAN Settings button and a new dialog box will open
4. At the new dialog box, look for the Proxy server checkbox, if this is checked, uncheck it.check connect directly to internet then click ok
5. Then your done, click OK button for the dialog boxes.
I prefer 8.1 never had any problems http://download.yahoo.com/dl/msgr8/us/ym...

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Dec 10, 2008 | Yahoo Messenger

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Wireles connection shows connected but cannot open any web page


check your internet settings
for Internet Explorer
1. open browser, click tools menu the select "Internet Options"
2. in Internet Options select "Connections" tab
3. at Connections, click "LAN Settings"
4. at LAN settings "Automatically detect settings" should be mark check
5. click OK to save settings, close Internet Explorer Browser and open it again.

for Firefox Browser
1 open browser click "Options" menu
2. at Options, select "Advance" then select "Network" the click "Settings"
3 Connection Settings, select "Direct Connection" if your computer directly connected to Internet provider otherwise select "Auto Detect Proxy Settings" if your using a Router.
4. click OK to save changes, close youi browser and open it again.

Hope this will help you.

Nov 25, 2008 | NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router

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I can not go onoline with my wireless dongle but the laptop says i have a full connection but when you open the explorer the page cannot be veiwed


check your internet settings
for Internet Explorer
1. open browser, click tools menu the select "Internet Options"
2. in Internet Options select "Connections" tab
3. at Connections, click "LAN Settings"
4. at LAN settings "Automatically detect settings" should be mark check
5. click OK to save settings, close Internet Explorer Browser and open it again.

for Firefox Browser
1 open browser click "Options" menu
2. at Options, select "Advance" then select "Network" the click "Settings"
3 Connection Settings, select "Direct Connection" if your computer directly connected to Internet provider otherwise select "Auto Detect Proxy Settings" if your using a Router.
4. click OK to save changes, close youi browser and open it again.

Hope this will help you.

Nov 24, 2008 | Microsoft MN-700 Wireless Router (p5308j)

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Router


Hi,

The setup page for a LinkSys Router is normally accessed using a browser addressed to 192.168.1.1. If for some reason "Page can not be displayed or Connection has timed out" shows up, perhaps the reason is that the PC is not on the same network as that of the router.

A couple of things you can try:
1. Run the PC to the router using LAN cable and not WiFi;
2. In your Network Connections (Control Panel), right click on your Local Area Connection, click on Properties, highlight Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click on the Properties button.
3. In the next pop-up window, tick "Use the following IP address". IP address - 192.168.1.2, Subnet mask - 255.255.255.0 and Default gateway - 192.168.1.1, OK, OK.
4. Make sure to check "Show icon notification..."
5. In the Networking icon in the System Tray, right click and click on Repair.
6. Try your browser now on 192.168.1.1.

If your concern has not been corrected after completion of the above procedures, possibilities are:
i. your PC's LAN card is at fault (hardware or drivers);
ii. the LAN cable would require replacement;
iii. the LinkSys router is at fault.

A sure way to verify network connectivity between router and LAN card/PC is when properly connected, the router's led display for that particular Ethernet port will light up and/or blink.

Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.

Good luck and kind regards.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Mar 24, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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