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powercycle your homenetwork. this step works 90% of the time. to powercycle your homenetwork, shut pc down, unlpug the power cable from the router, then unplug the power cable from the modem. give atleast 10 -15 seconds for your devices to refresh the connection. then in turning them back on, replug the power cable for the modem first, with for the sync light be turn solid, replug power cable for the router, then turn pc on.. try pulling up websites, you should be online now. just in case you still can't, bypass the router and connect the modem straight to the pc first. try connecting online, if you can't configure the modem to go online, once done, connect the router back to the equation and reconfigure its settings. you the should be up and running. i can help more if you'll tell me what's the modem and the router..
You will need to create your PPPOE internet connection on the router using your ISP username and password, access the router by opening internet explorer and type in the ip address of the router (example) > http://192.168.2.1 the router logon window will appear, use the username " leave blank" and the password "admin" -or- username "admin" with password 1234. Go into internet connections Select PPPOE connection enter your ISP username and password. restart the router and computer this should establish your internet connection. BPCS
what may be happening is the wireless pc as it was; needs the dns and ip address flushing, also the pc you connected the router to as you must have conflicting ip addreses
Click start run then type ipconfig /flushdns.
You should ensure that the router is set to enable DHCP to assign ip addreses and make sure your'e network cards on all pc's are set to obtain ip address automaticaly in the TCP/IP properties.
Restart the pcs and type 192.168.0.1 in your web browser and get into your router setings and check in the DHCP section that all pc's have been given an ip address.
If all fails you may need to reset the router