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Router problems On one computer,the internet is working fine but on the other computer,everytime i try to pull up a web page,the router website site pops up,even after you put in a new address.Before that stated happening,the computer told me that there might be conflict between the computers.This happened after portfoward.com failed to tell the right information on how to foward a port,which i still havent succeeded in yet.

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  • Raymond Foster Jul 29, 2007

    Wanted to open some port so i could use my bittorrent application.

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Did you validate the IP addresses for each computer? Issue the "ipconfig" command on each and compare the IP addresses. You may have a conflict. I would clear any port forwarding settings first

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i don;t realy understand ...

so u have a wireless router and the computer that connects to it shows that is connected but it doesn't work on the internet ?

than the computer connecting to the router is connected, but the router it self is not connected to the internet ! Go at the router settings and configure the internet connection ...

if this is not the issue, please try to explain again with more details what the problem is....

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Don't buy dynex routers of any kind!!!


Dynex intentionally has it set up to browse the web through their 3rd party systems (rather than directly through your own IP) when you use their routers. So once you enter all of your IP account information with them, you start browsing the web through their own 3rd party server systems so that they can run background web content in order to boost page views for their affiliates! This slows down your web activity, especially if you using multiple computers with one of their routers! Why send users through dynex 3rd party servers to browse the web? Because the more page views that are coming from multiple IP address, the more SPONSORS they can get to support their websites!


Dynex routers are a SCAM in order to get people to browse the web through their own 3rd party servers!!! Why is it that when I type in a web address (after hooking up their router, and attempting to set it up) that instead of saying “waiting for google.com” or “transferring data from google.com” it says “transferring data from http://192.168.1.1/” which is the dynex website! Why would it allow me to only lookup their website (to configure settings) but then block all other web content until setting have been configured??? Think about this, their website isn't already on your computer, it has to be accessed through the internet in order to load onto one's computer. That means the internet is already working through their router, they are just restricting access to other sites until you configure your settings to go through their 3rd party servers for all of your web browsing!


I have used many routers before, and NEVER have I been asked to configure settings on some website before being able to use the product! Most REAL routers don't require any setup or configuration of any type. As long as you properly install everything, and your computers are internet / ethernet ready then you should be good to go. Usually if a router requires some sort of setup online where you are blocked access to all other internet sites until you configure through the manufacturers' site then it's most likely a scam product! A product that serves as a front for getting massive page views (for their sites and affiliates) in order to get lots of sponsorship for having high web traffic!


If you are in the market for real ethernet routers then you should buy d-link, or linksys products instead of dynex! In my opinion, dynex is total JUNK! BUYER BEWARE!!! Don't waste your money on this!!!

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