0 Packets Sent And Received / Can No Longer Connect To Internet
Feb 15, 2012
i can no longer connect to the internet and i have tried everything i could think of. my "wireless network connection status says 0 packets sent and 0 recieved,but im connected to my router with excellent signal. when i got this laptop it had alot of malware, i removed 283entries with malwarebytes in safemode. after i did that i couldnt connect to the internet.
I have a Linksys wireless router model WRT54G (not sure the exact model, it's not in front of me right now). It has worked flawlessly for the past several years, but for some reason has recently stopped working. I confirmed it's not a problem with the DSL Modem, as I can hard wire connect to my laptop and the internet works fine. It's clear something is wrong with the wireless router. I've tried unplugging, hitting the reset button on the back, and nothing has worked. My computer is able to recognize/locate the router and connect, it's just that I can't connect to the internet. One thing I've noticed under the wireless connection is that the computer is able to "send" packets, but not "receive." My experience is that this is always the case when I experience connection problems, but I have no idea what that means. I was going to call the Help Line, but I see it costs $30 which is likely more than my router is worth and probably 1/2 to 1/3 the cost of a new one so I am trying to troubleshoot myself.
I use a wireless adapter to connect to our home network but its stopped receiving packets but is sending them. It has worked fine for ages now it just randomly stopped. The network works with everything else (laptops, Xbox and iPods) but my pc wont receive anything. Also our home connection has no password as we live in the middle of nowhere.
I am having a really hard time with a computer that has a wireless connection. Specifically the internet keeps going out. The computer info is that of the affected computer and not the host computer to which the router and modem are connected.
I have an Acer Aspire one that connected perfectly to the internet until I did a reformat. Now it only works if through a wired connection or if the internet does not have a password protection. I have tried on 2 different locations with secure wireless and both have the same result. Packets are sent but not received. All other devices in either location are able to connect to internet through wired or wireless connections.IP address is at 192.xxx and DHCP is enabled, TCP/IP is set to obtain automatically and I deleted and downloaded the newest drivers from the Acer website twice. I also did a winsock reset and tried to clear the arp cache? One of the issues I am getting when I run the diagnostic is "warn default gateway address could not be resolved via arp". I'm not sure how to resolve that.
I reformat my old PC and installed Win XP SP3. There were no errors during installation and everything works ok. However, I'm not able to connect to the internet with my ethernet cable. The LAN connection shows 'Connected' but properties shows some packets sent but zero received. There are no antivirus program installed, windows firewall is turned off as well.
I've tried the following:
- Tried the same ethernet cable connection to another PC and I was able to get on the internet (so no ISP or router issues I assumed).
- Fix the stack using Winsock - didn't work.
- Device Manager now shows Network Adapter > Atheros L2 Fast Ethernet 10/100 Base-T Controller #2 (no yellow question mark). Although I had to reinstall the driver after XP installation.
- Here's the result of ipconfig/all:
Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : fiu-cf8cd9c6ded Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Unknown
I have an HP Workstation that I have been working at constantly to get up and running on the network, it had "OpenCloudSecurity" adaware on it I believe and I was able to get that off with a couple of my freeware tools. The problem I am having is simply it will not connect to the network and only shows. 0Sent 0 Recieved and doesn't pull and IP configuration. I skimmed around and found that sometimes adaware/spyware can play with the TCPIP Stack and that your best bet is to reset the TCPIP stack and WINSOCK ; I did TCPIP Reset and Winsock multiple times with multiple reboots . I know it isn't the ethernet card because I popped in a live Ubuntu CD and it connected just fine on the wired ethernet.
The other day, I shut down my laptop and when I turned it back on, it would not connect to the internet. It continuously says limited connectivity and unidentified network. my info is listed below
Location: Birmingham, Alabama, United States ISP: AT&T they also provided the router/modem which is all connected in one. Router Model: 2wire Gateway 3800 HGV-B Connection Type: Wired and Wireless Wireless Encryption: TKIP Network Card: Dell Wireless 1510 Wireless-N WLAN Mini-Card Computer Model: Dell Studio 1535 OS: Windows Vista Home Premium SP2
IP configuration brought up this info. Also tried pinging Google.
I cant connect to the internet. When I use other networks its fine. Also all the computers in this network im trying to connect to can connect and work perfect. I know i have the WPA code right. Its sending but not recieving any packages. The IP address 169.254.140.90 so i know its not working right.
I have been using the same Toshiba A105 for the past three years at work. Recently I had to reinstall XP and since then have not been able to connect to my works wireless/wired internet most of the time. I have no trouble connecting to my wireless at home or basically anywhere else except work. Once in a rare while it will connect to work but if it's wireless it's low connectivity and if it's wired it's prone to just drop out again randomly. Everyone else at work is able to connect wirelessly/wired without issue. I've tried static IP and changing my MAC addressThere are some unsecured wireless networks in range that I can connect to but don't want to for work transactions.
My compaq presario F750us stopped connecting to the internet both wired and wireless. It no longer recognizes its Artheros Ar 5700 wireless adapter. The ethernet connection is restricted to local access only. The notebook runs Windows Vista Home Premium. I have followed all diagnostic and repair steps as per Vista's instructions. Two other computers remain connected. The router is Linksys Wrt 54 G2 V1.
I upgraded the firmware on my BEFS41 v4.3 to the Ver.2.00.4 Build 8, off the cisco website. After I received the successfully upgraded message, I could no longer connect to the internet, nor could I connect to the router's configuration page. I tried to do a few hard resets and connecting it to other computers to see any other computers could connect to it, no luck. I tried connecting one computer just to the router, without the internet plugged in, and tried to ping 192.168.1.1 but I received a "transmit failed, error code 1231." Is there anyway I can access this and change the firmware, or am I screwed?
I can't connect to the internet. When I double click Local Area Network under Network connections it says it has both sent and received packets. It is set to automatically acquire an ip address. The computer is connected to a router. I can ping 192.168.1.1 but when I try to reach my router's settings it says page can't be loaded. I tried to hook the computer up directly to the modem and connect that way. It said it was connected and it was sending packets but I still couldn't do anything. I've turned off the windows firewall. The computer is Windows XP SP1
I can't connect to the internet. When I double click Local Area Network under Network connections it says it has both sent and received packets. It is set to automatically acquire an ip address. The computer is connected to a router. I can ping 192.168.1.1 but when I try to reach my router's settings it says page can't be loaded. I tried to hook the computer up directly to the modem and connect that way. It said it was connected and it was sending packets but I still couldn't do anything. I've turned off the windows firewall. The computer is Windows XP SP1.
More info: ip config /all netstat -n ping&tracert 192.168.1.1
I have a Dell Insipron Mini 1011 and recently I haven't been able to connect to the internet. The network connection says it's connect to linksys, but it sends out more packets than it receives. What can I do to get it to receive more packets? Could it be my area that's causing it not to connect?
We have a new router (D Link) at offices which is fixed with LAN wall points on different places , we want to use it .I connected computers to the LAN points with regular lan cables , it gives me the alert (connected) but no bytes received .I tried to ipconfig an here's what i got :Windows IP ConfigurationEthernet adapter Local Area Connection 2[CODE]
There are two Polycom devices behind ASA (Terminal HDX7000 and MCU RMX1000), ASA is connected to Cisco 1900 router which is connected to ISP.
Polycom devices are NATed (unique global address per device) on router and h323 inspection is done on ASA. The issue is that when trying to connect from outside to conference on MCU I don't receive any video (but MCU shows me like a connected participant). The same is true when MCU try to call outside terminals, they are shown as connected participants, but there is just a black screen. On ASA all ports are opened (both in and out) and there are no ACLs on router. And what means NAT configuration on Polycom devices, why it is needed when NATing is done on router (such configuration option I've seen also on Tandberg and another vendor's devices)?
I am trying to bridge internet connection received from my laptop to my desktop with an ethernet cable. Both machines are running win 7.When I try to connect to my local area connection on the desktop most of the time it fails and I'm left with 'Unidentified network' and no internet connection. Sometimes, rarely it does connect properly but I get a notification about there being an IP conflict in the network, but things work as they should.When I diagnose the problem it tells me that "Local Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration"
My laptop all of a sudden can't connect to my wireless internet connection and also seem unable to find any other wireless network but mine.I recently moved to a new flat, but brought my old modem/router with me (Scientific Atlanta 2434) and use the same ISP. Last week everything worked as a charm, but at the new location my laptop won't connect to my network, though I can connect to it through my mobile phone. My laptop only seem to find my own network ("Fidel") but with my mobile I can pick up 10-15 different networks from my flat. Connecting my laptop to the modem with a cable works all good. I tried to remove "Fidel" from my networks and added it again, typing wrong password gives a message saying "wrong network key" so my laptop and the modem seem to shake hands at least. Yesterday when trying I actually got connected, but the connection died after a few minutes and I wasn't able to connect again.Windows device manager display no errors nor conflicts around the ethernet controller or network adapter. Have tried to update the drivers through the device manager as well but it says they are up to date.Windows version is Windows 7 Home Premium.Don't know if my ISP uploaded new firmware to my modem when I connected it in my new flat, but on the other hand I can't see why this would affect my laptop's ability to pick up other networks in my house? [code]
Windows is unable to connect to the selected network. The network may no longer in range. Please refresh the list of available networks, and try to connect again.This message poped up during connecting to a wireless network[CODE]
I have a HP Pavilion dv9910us i just got a new router and all my devices connect to my wireless network using the new security key except the indicated HP. I called my provider and they said its my laptop.
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:Users>IPCONFIG/ALL Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : -PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Mixed
Been having random connection drops for the past few weeks where I would see the network connections to the router just drop either on a wireless connection or a wired cat 5 connection. As of tonight I cant connect to the router at all. If I disconnect and reconnect the power after 30 seconds it will come up for a short time but then I will lose it again. linksys as my router is out of warrenty. I'v searched around for similiar problems people have been having, but it seems like mostly involve just the internet connection. I still have the same firmware for the routers as the day I purchased it and the router sits on my desk in a ventilated area not overheating. I can do to further diagnose the problem, I have even tried resetting to factory defaults. I try to diagnose the problem or see if my router is just dead.
Last night on the xbox 360 i was suddenly experiencing alot of lag on other peoples voices. i took no notice of it and the next day i went on my laptop and alot of websites wouldn't load properly.i can go on google,obviously this and my hotmail(after having to wait a long time for the hotmail to load), but others such as ebay will not load. I cannot even access my router settings by typing in my ip address, instead i get a message saying the page cannot be found. also i was disconnected from xbox live with the internet to xbox live part not working. Obviously the first thing i done was turn the router off and back on but it hasn't made any difference.
OS Version: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium , Service Pack 2, 64 bit Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 4055 Mb Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family, 1804 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 290204 MB, Free - 141170 MB; E: Total - 14999 MB, Free - 5644 MB; Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0G848F, , .5MDJWJ1.CN7016697U05OT. Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2011, Updated and Enabled
Since sometime on 10/7/12, I can no longer access the internet from my desktop.I'm connected via wired Ethernet but have also tried connecting via a USB WiFi Modem.Network and Sharing Center shows "Unidentified Network No network Access".All other machines on my home network have internet access (one other desktop as well as multiple WiFi clients).I've tried pinging the router (192.168.1.1) .. request times out.I've tried reset TCPIP and Winsock Stacks, Disabling / Reenabling the NIC with no effect.In troubleshooting, I've found a registry entry which seems to be different from that in my working desktop and which I cannot change.It's HKLMSYSTEMCurrentControlSetservicesTcpipParameters. [code]
My DIR-655 has been working flawlessly for several months since I bought it. It is connected to Road Runner High Speed Internet from Time Warner. This morning it will not access the Internet. It shows a wireless connection, and I can connect to it via direct wired connection, but no Internet. A direct connection to the Time Warner Cable Modem connects to the Internet just fine. Cycled power on all units, & Time Warner reset the modem. Nothing has fixed the Router.
we were having problems with our netgear router (DGN1000) mainly with connection when online gaming with PS3, generally poor connection - so purchased a TP-Link router (TD-W8960N). We could usually access the netgear wirelessly on our laptops Dell and Acer Aspire 4820T (both Windows 7) without any problems and were still doing so last night. However hubby attempted to install the new router last night and all seemed to go fine but after installing we couldn't connect to the wireless network through laptops, iphone ps3 etc - even though we could see the network with excellent strength, after hours of trying called TP-Link they went through everything they could think of and still no joy. Gave up in the end and went to reinstall the netgear Router and now we have the same problem with this router, even though earlier in the night it wasn't a problem - we deleted the previous networks so there was nothing stored in memory & tried everything we can think of (although neither of us are brilliant with IT we do usually get by).We even set up an unsecured wireless network (on both routers) and still couldn't connect .
I have had no problems with the WUSB54GS connecting to the WRT54GS up until last Friday...it can no longer connect to the router and reports that the network cannot be found.When i refresh the list of available networks i can "see" the router on the wireless PC but when an attempt to connect is made,it fails.OK,i rang up Linksys tech support today and we tried everything possible to work out what the problem was e:g uninstalling/reinstalling the software,updating the routers firmware,disabling security,trying all channels 1 thru 11,using WEP,using WPA,changing SSID name,using secure easy setup,using windows wireless configuration,changing USB leads nothing will make the device connect.
I installed virtual pc 2007 that has winXP and my host is Windows vista. I was able to make my virtual pc to connect to host internet using NAT for adapter 1 long time ago without any problems but it is not working anymore since last month! Although it works when I try it on another host. I believe the problem is in my host so what to check excatly in my host.
I woke up and my computer just refused to connect to internet. My roomates computer connects fine to the same modem (we use adsl). I tried switching cables and ports. The night before, my computer had an unexpected shutdown...
Background: This weekend, I lost my internet connection at home. I called my ISP and they sent someone over. The guy rewired the entire house (our ISP is also our tv cable provider), because he felt that our signal was probably weak due to the wiring. Long story short, after two hours of rewiring and fixing the cable outside out house (chewed through by a squirrel), he said the modem's signal was back to normal and left.
When I plugged the router; however, it refused to hold the internet connection for more than a few seconds. On the front panel, the planet-shaped light turned orange, then blue (for a few seconds) and then turned off entirely. I tried another few times and got the same result. At best, it stayed connected for a minute, until I rebooted my computer. The laptops in our house do read the presence of the router, so it's safe to assume that the problem lies with the router's capacity to receive the signal.