Doesn't allow intetrnet connection anymore. pinging shows everything connected. When removed from the circuit and computer hooked directly to modem, internet connection is achieved. I have power cycled and reset the router. I have also replaced cable wire. All led's show correctly. I can reach the admin setup menu. Any suggestions for fixing this problem would be appreciated.
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Are you sure is your motherboard? Verify if you have connection by going to Start/Run/cmd/ping xxxx.com -t as continues ping, if it coming back with a reply you have connection if it doesn't call your provider and explain your situation.
That unidentified network, have you connected to that before and browsed the internet? Just because you connect to a network, doesn't mean that network is setup to allow internet access. It could be a simple fact that you need to connect to a different network.
There could be many reasons for your problem. 1. If you use proxy server, make sure the server and the service are up and running 2. If you use proxy server check the Internet options and look for the correct values in the required fields. 3. If you use wireless router check the connection to the router. 4. If you use router check the network configurations. Many of the routers have internet connection test. So login localy to the router interface and check the connection. 5. If everything above is correct try pinging a website from cmd. Open command prompt Start->Run->cmd. Write the command "ping www.google.com" (without the quotes). If you have ping look for application that blocks the http traffic on port 80. If the result is "Request timed out" try to ping 220.127.116.11. If you cannot ping any site or computer outside your network, then you have to call your provider.
Remove and reinstall the printer in your control panel. If the network printer is online and available and the network at its location is not having access problems then this should solve the issue and allow you to resume printing again.
Make sure that your computer is still connected to the network correctly. Go to network connections from your desktop or through your control panel and see if it shows your computer connection as available without problems. If you find an issue in this area or your connection shows other problems, re post and clarify your findings and I will help you solve this issue right now.
Bring up the browser window, don't worry that you can't connect. If it is IE, look to the right upper and choose the drop down menu "Tools". Scroll down and choose "Internet Options", Click on the "Connections" tab. Scroll down the bottom half and click on LAN settings. Make sure that everything on this page is unchecked. If there are checks present, clear them, hit apply and ok.
If there were no checks anywhere, then you may have to go the "device Manager", scroll down to the network devices and uninstall them one at a time and reboot, thus allowing Windows to recognize them and load a fresh driver.
check that u have properly configured ip address
gateways and dns
try pinging gateway if u get ping then try pinging ur dns servers.
if u get ping from dns server ur brouser might got curropt if not you need to reconfigure ur wireless router.
try using a DOS window and type the command ping www.google.com to see if you get a response, this ping command allows you to see the connectivity , if you get a successful pinging then the next step would be to find out if you have a norton internet suite or some other firewall or protection measure between your computer and the internet. also whether you have a cable modem or FIOS router it would be savy to connect the pc directly to the router and unplug any other computer you may have connected. some worms or viruses can prevent your computer from getting to the internet so you cant fix the problem, although everyone discards a physical problem in this case I always bring my own working ethernet cable just in case. actually I always carry two or three patch cords to make sure the problem is really software related and not media related. try posting the output of the command ipconfig/all in some site like pastebin or similar. thank you .
Try leaving both modem and router off for 10 minutes. Turn them both back on and leave them alone for 15 minutes, does it work now? If not, make not of all of your custom settings (if any), try resetting the router back to factory defaults, restore any custom settings and try again. I had the same problem with a linksys and it worked after factory reset.