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When connected to internet via router, laptom won't allow opening some web pages

For example I cannot use webmail properly, cannot download or upload attachments, even cannot reply or forward on yahoo, while I have no problem browsing other webpages. There is the same problem with another webmail service I am using, and with one website where the content is not shown entirely. It just reports error as if the internet connection is lost. If laptop is connected directly via cable to the ADSL modem, everything works without problem. I suspect there is a security setting on the router that prevents some actions, but don't know how to change. Please advise. Thanx

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  • marijajev Aug 08, 2007

    Hi Benimur,
    The first solution unfortunatelly did't help so I would like to ask you to send me instructions for the 2nd. Should I keep the new setting or return to previous one?
    Thanx so much for your help! best regards

  • pettyd Jan 01, 2009

    dwl2100ap i Can not log on tohttp://192.168.0.1

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Can not log on to http://192.168.0.1.

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Hi marijajev, There are two (2) things we can do, but let's give the first one a try first and pls post back the results before I post the second one if that's ok with you. 1. On your laptop, open your browser: 1.1 Internet Explorer - click on Tools/Internet Options/Connections Tab/LAN Settings/Check Automatically detect settings, OK, OK, or 1.2 Mozilla - click on Tools/Options/Advanced/Network Tab/Connection Settings button/Tick Auto-detect proxy settings for this network, OK, OK, or 1.3 Opera - click on Tools/Preferences/Advanced Tab/Proxy servers button/Tick Use automatic proxy configuration, OK, OK It is better to reboot. After rebooting, right click on your networking icon bottom right side in your System Tray and click on repair. If the any of the above works then your set, if not you can always revert back to the original settings but pls post back status that I may post 2nd. Hope this works out for you. Good luck and kind regards.

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  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2007

    Hello again marijajev,
    Appreciate the quick post, a couple of questions pls; is your laptop connected via WiFi or wired lan? Are there any other computer(s) connected to your LAN/Router/AP? Are they also having the same problem(s)? Your Ap/Router model has several version, which one do you have A, C, D or E? Do you have a RADIUS server in your network?
    In any case you have to get the network info of both your laptop and AP/Router:
    Laptop - Physical Address, IP Address, Subnet Mask, default gateway, DHCP Server, DNS1, DNS2. right click on your network connection (right bottom side in your system tray, right click on the networking connection, left click on status, click on support tab, click on details button.
    AP/Router - access the web interface page via your browser and get all the networking info, you have to do this on the wan side and that of the lan; further you need to get the firware version the you have, something like 1.0?. Log in @http://192.168.0.1; Username: admin, Password blank or whatever it is if you have changed it, the networking wan & lan info should include the Domain Name, plus all settings from Home, Advanced, Tools, Status, Wireless, WAN, LAN DHCP.
    The idea is in worst case scenario, you have a fallback position and you can restore all settings.
    The 2nd option is to RESET your AP/Router which of course will delete all settings and bring it to default.
    PLS be forewarned that you will have to reinstall the AP/Router settings manually once you press the reset switch and it could be a little confusing. If you feel comfortable going this route, then you will have to have the manual ready since it will be your guide. The data that you got from the web interface will provide you the information of what is needed from your ISP's side.
    Before going about this, pls post again with replies to the earlier queries. Some of the firmware of this brand/model have certain issues that are not easily resolved even with a full hard reset.
    Cheers.

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2007

    Just a thought,
    Have you tried disabling the WEP, WAP or security locks of your AP/Router running it unsecured (at least to tes)?

  • Anonymous Aug 08, 2007

    And then again another thought,
    One time I had a similar problem and did not have the time nor the interest to do the reset/install/reconfigure with my AP/Router, I just changed browser.

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