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Connectivity today i can't connect to the internet -- i called Road Runner and they tested; all is fine. i can connect directly.  but when i go through my wireless router, i cannot connect.  any advice?

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If you are able to connect directly that means everything is fine with your ISP, there is something wrong with router settings.

Most of the case we can resolve by rebooting the router and computer ( a complete power cycle ).

OR
Once you try to connect wirelessly, first check the ip address
how to check the ip address:
1: Click on start
2: Go to run & type cmd then enter
3: Then type ipconfig, then hit enter.
Now check the ip address.
Most of the time we get ip address start with 192**. if you are getting the ip address start with 192 it means router is providing the connectivity. Then you need to check with computer with wireless settings & please make sure that wireless switch on turnon on your computer. You will find that button on edge of the laptop near by the spearker ports & you may try move that button to right or left. That will trun on & trun off your wireless network.

Otherwise last option would be for you may contact the router company/internet service provider to re-configure the router settings.

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.

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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