I rdp into our server 2008 via IP. This is a router on ip 0.1, this is forwarded to my server on IP 0.3. This server was setup with DHCP default gateway of 0.1. We added a new outside connection on IP 0.2. I was talked through the changes so that internal DHCP requests went to gateway IP 0.2 but RDP still used 0.1. I plan on getting rid of 0.1.Where is the setting to change the RDP to use default gateway of 0.2?
I have been having some trouble with my internet for awhile now. It fine one second and than it will get really slow and eventually stop working. When I troubleshoot to see what the problem is it either gives me DNS server is not responding or default gateway is not available, sometimes it will give me both. It says it fixes the default gateway problem but it will show up again 5 minutes later.
Here is my ipconfig /all Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
I Connected two connection on my computer. One is LAN connection that is my Office network connection, and another one is USB Wireless device. I was using those two connection on the same computer. Now i office Network admin came and changed the Setting from the LAN Propertied. he removed the default gateway of my server IP address from DNS Server and he gave that ip address to the Default gateway in the LAN Propertied tab. After which i cannot access the wireless. If i change to ip address to the DNS Server my wireless is working..what is DNS Server and Default gateway..... Also i want to know the diffrence between that..
ipconfig /all reports one of my three DNS servers as 192.168.1.1. My Default Gateway and DHCP Server are also reported as 192.168.1.1. This is from a recently installed Valet M10 updating an old Linksys router. The Linksys reported the three DNS servers octets independent of the router's ip and other default settings.JK
I used the Cisco Configuration Professional to add an Easy VPN Server to my 3825. I'm able to connect when remote but I can't ping the default gateway of 192.168.1.1 which is in the same network as the VPN DHCP pool. I can access every single other device on the VLAN segments but not the default gateway which means when i connect I can't look at my router. And there's more, I cannot ping anything offnet (ie 220.127.116.11).
Attached are some images which show some details from the client during the VPN connect and a few from the router (i had to use the lan switch as a jump host). If you can figure this out before I go back to the coffee shop to test this tomorrow I will send you a cake.
I can connect to the internet via wireless just fine, and everything will be hunky-dory for a while. After a while, however (this varies anywhere from a day to a week), there will be a small hiccup on the connection, and then something fails in the Acquiring Network Address stage. My computers will get an IP, but they will not get the default gateway or DNS server.I have tried a plethora of fixes, from simple computer reboots to fiddling with all sorts of settings, and nothing works to reestablish the connection. My father has also tried fixing it, to no avail. I have to go and reset my router, which also interrupts TV service, because it is through AT&T U-Verse. Needless to say, this does not make other people in the household very happy, and I really shouldn't have to be resetting my router every couple of days like that. My PC uses a Netgear WG111v3 adapter and is Windows XP. My laptop has on-board Wifi and is Windows XP Professional.
I am using a RV016 (192.168.1.2) as a router and DHCP. It automatically assigns its own IP which is 192.168.1.2. I can not set my RV016 to assign a Default Gateway IP of the server. The workstations will connect to internet via this server (192.168.1.1)
When I create a virtual switch on hyper v, i lose network connectivity and the default gateway is missing I have to manually put the default gateway in and disable and re enable the network adaptor each time the server restarts in order to get network connectivity. I am running windows server 2012 Hyper V Virtual Ethernet Adapter loses default gateway server 2012
I have a RV042 router. The problem that I am having with it is that the DHCP is giving out the wrong Default Gateway and DNS Server. There is no option to change the DHCP server IP on any of the settings pages on the router. I am begining to think that there might not be a way to do it. I see that there is an option for the DNS under the DHCP page but the Public IP that is being handed out is not the one on that page. I also have 2 WAN connections hooked up as well a DSL link and a Cable link (the cable link is the primary one).
The following information is provided in an effort to resolve this issue: IP of Router 10.0.0.2 IP of DHCP Server (the one that is being handed out):10.0.0.1 IP of DNS (the one that is being handed out): 10.0.0.11
What I want to it be. IP of Router: 10.0.0.2 IP of DHCP 10.0.0.2 IP of DNS 10.0.0.2
i joined because i keep on having the same problem. i read around the forum a bit before joining and i saw that mcafee was causing the problem for a lot of people. i dont have mcafee so that cant be it several crashes per day. like, literally close to 100 of them.
Periodically, I drop internet everywhere around my college's campus. I'm literally four feet from a router, but it doesn't seem to matter. I'll disconnect, run troubleshooter, and I'll get the error message saying that the default gateway is not available. My college is designed for Macs, but I'm running Windows 7. My Mac colleagues do not experience problems. The computer works at home and at nearly every other wireless network I've brought it in range of. Specifically, either IBM or Dell.
Dell XPS 15 i7-2720QM 8gb Ram Windows 7 Home Premium SP 1 540? Something around 500 Nvidia graphics card
Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : George-PC Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . : Node Type . . . . . . . . . . . . : Hybrid IP Routing Enabled. . . . . . . . : No
I recently got a new laptop and ever since, the internet goes in and out. Most of the time it is not out long enough to display the no connectivity icon or stop music from streaming but it is noticeable. When I run the troubleshooter it says that the default gateway is unavailable. I tried manually setting the connection information but the same thing keeps happening except the troubleshooter then says that DHCP is not enabled. I've disabled every firewall I can find and updated all the drivers available. Here is my info:[CODE]
When I plug my laptop up to our modem, all i get is local access. IPconfig gives me to default gateway or dns suffix. Naturally there is no wireless. My roomates laptop runs fine wired or not and we have the same set up.Not sure what to do.
I am having issues playing certain games on my ps3. So I've been searching for solutions and I came across a video that wanted me to go to run/cmd/ipconfig. I have little knowledge of computers but I'm not sure that what my ipconfig is showing is supposed to be there. At first I googled and learned about ipv6 addresses because i found that weird but i think that checks out fine. I then googled about the weird numbers and letters in my default gateway and came up empty. Is there a reason thats there?
I have Squid proxy installed on a ubuntu box here. Currently all my PC's use my ADSL modem as their default gateway but what i wanted to do was see if it was possible to use the ubuntu box as the default gateway, and have it route through Squid to my ADSL modem.
I am trying to change the password on my D-Link router. So i typed ipconfig into cmd and the default gateway i get is 169.234.95.I have tried what used to work at home such as 192.168.0.1 and all of those.
I have a VM server, whose IP is in customer VLAN600 ( 18.104.22.168/24 ) and Peer end is switch then Firewall.Switch is configured with same VLAN600 and learning mac-address of Server on VLAN 600, Firewall is also having VLAN600 and IP is 22.214.171.124/24.Server is not able to Ping/reach Firewall and vice versa.
Basically, I'm using a broadband modem, which appears to be connecting fine, with all the required lights being on. My ISP says that, from their end, everything is perfect. Even my laptop shows Local Area Network as connected.However, for some reason, I am not able to access the internet. I was able to use it till last evening, but suddenly the internet stopped working. On Google Chrome, it says that there is no DNS or something.Subsequently, when I tried to access my modem settings, it shows as 'webpage not available'. I then noticed that there is no default gateway! I was able to access it the day before, but now I can't.
i recently had to do a 30/30/30 reset to my Linksys WRT150N which has DD-WRT installed on it... I can't access the configuration settings on the router by typing in 192.168.1.1. I did IPCONFIG/ALL and couldn't nothing came up for Default Gateway.
It only happens with 1of my laptops, all others have not problems. In the network and sharing ctr, it intermittently says Access type: internet then suddenly I get a no internet access. I've tried release renew DNS, reboot computer, release/renew IP. When it says I have internet access, I attempt to connect to no avail.
I am trying to get rid of 2 old 2651xm's and 2 2950's from my CCNA days and want to get into the ASA realm. Can I be able to use the ASA, not only as a security appliance / firewall, but also be able to write the access lists, etc, to be able to use this as my router to push packets to and from my internal LAN to the outside world? I guess I should have stated as this being the front end device to my network, just after my DSL Cable modem, that is..and being the only device. I am trying to have this as my main router /firewall solution and then I have an old Linksys router I will pipe off one of the L2 ports to have an AP for my wireless devices? Is this a real solution an ASA can provide?
My ISP is changing out all the ADSL routers in our area and they have blocked the Default Gateway Address, so we can not access it via Web Browser. This is frustrating because they changed our Wi-Fi password, instead of just keeping what we had like an Einstein. They said they did it because of Hackers
I've been trying to connect to the internet all day. Every time it connects, but only with limited connectivity. I run troubleshooting, but it doesn't fix the problem. Sometimes it won't have anything to report back other times it says that the default gateway is unavailable. My laptop is the only device in our home that won't connect, so I don't think it's the router.I think the router is a cisco router, there is a cisco box mounted on the ceiling with a cord leading into it (I don't have access to any buttons though)I live in an apartment building with free internet, so I'm not sure who the provider is.
I had problems connecting to my wireless internet for extended periods of time with my lease expiring almost instantly. Nobody else in my house had trouble connecting, only me. Troubleshooting the connection only showed that the default gateway was not available and failed to allow me to connect despite "fixing" the problem. I attempted the ipconfig/renew, netsh int ip reset reset.log, and netsh winsock reset catalog operations in cmd as an administrator to no avail. Finally, as a last resort, I reset my modem and that finally allowed me to connect although occasionally I would be kicked off the connection and have to restart the modem again. I would still like to know the problem and a possible solution since my friends seem to have a similar problem with their wireless internet.
ipconfig/all before resetting the modem:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersOwner>ipconfig/all Windows IP Configuration
I am having connection issues with my laptop involving my wireless adapter (I assume), since I am able to connect to the internet via a different laptop, Xbox and phones in the household. It is a Dell M5010 and the problem has only recently occurred.
I got a hand-me-down laptop the other day. Wireless (WLAN) works fine, but I can not connect via ethernet.
It gives the "Limited or no connectivity" message, even if the ethernet cable is unplugged (no "a cable has been unplugged" message)
The laptop is plugged in to an EWIRE modem/router. Desktop connects fine via ethernet, as does my PlayStation 3 console via wireless. So I don't think it has to do with the modem/router. It's a Compaq from 2005 or so. Windows XP Pro SP3.
System: Microsoft Windows XP Media Center Edition
I have a general knowledge of fixing the typical internet connection problem (obtain DNS automatically, repair connection, unplug modem for 20 seconds, etc) but I've never been this stumped before.
i'm having problem to ping succesfully default gateway on Router1 from Router2. Basically i can: - ping from R1 the serial interface on R2 and default gateway on R2 - telnet from R1 to R2 - ping from R2 to serial link on R1, BUT I CANNOT ping default gateway from R2 to R1 Below is the photo showing topology and running configuration on both routers
We have a Windows XP machine on our network that is giving us a strange problem. We have it statically configured with an IP and a default gateway address which points to a router on our network. This is the same router that nearly all of our machines point to and none of the other machines have this issue.If we open up CMD and make a ping request from an outside server (public or interal servers on other subnets) we get a 'destination host unreachable' error. We can ping the ip address of the router that is assigned as the default gateway. We can circumvent this ip address by adding a static route ('route add' from CMD) directing all traffic on the network interface to the ip of the router. Once this is done we can ping and get a response from any server both internal and external. We also tried doing a tracert (without have the static route added) to an external site by IP address. The tracert does not even show a hop for the router so it seems as if the request is never making it past the interface on the XP machine. We simply get an error saying it is unable to find the host. Interesting though it does provide us with a domain name for the ip address. So somehow it is able to reslove DNS. (We have a local DNS server on the same subnet)
As shown in the diagram below, I have a central office and two branch offices, these offices are connected by a private routing service that has no connection to the Internet, the telecommunications operator in each office installs a router with a LAN and a WAN IP and configuration of these devices cannot be changed except the LAN IP. Only the central office network that is 192.168.0.0 have a router that has internet access. Remote offices have no access to the internet, what is needed is that remote offices can access the internet using ADSL router 192.168.0.254 at the central office. There are a small devices in each remote office that must connect to the internet and do not support any configuration except IP, mask and gateway, for example you cannot add a static route. Currently the pcs at remote offices has IP communication with the server from the central office using a static route.Does the solution would be to put some VPN routers between each LAN and the operator's routers (where RT yellow star appears in the diagram) and put the hosts of the two branch offices same IP range that the central office network?
My wireless internet goes off and on. The yellow exclamation comes up. It last for several seconds and then does it again if I try to load several web pages at once. When I run the diagnostics, Windows says it "fixed" that the Default Gateway was not available. Is there something on my laptop that I need to change as far as settings are concerned because it works some of the time but not all of the time. It seems to stop working when I try loading youtube videos.
I have my desktop using a TP-Link WN722N USB wireless adapter to connect to my modem router. I get to browse for about a minute before I get dropped. Windows Network Diagnostics tells me that the problem is that the Default Gateway is not found, and then restarts the Wireless adapter, reconnects, then the cycle of browsing for a minute and disconnecting continues. None of my other computers that are wireless are facing this issue. I have the latest drivers for the wireless adapter. I have Microsoft Security Essentials installed. This is the ipconfig /all when it is connected to the internet.