Disable Internet Connection And Remain Connected To Network
Nov 11, 2012
My PC is hardwired to a Comcast all in one Internet/Phone Modem/Wireless Router. I have installed new software on my Android Phone that can control my music recording software over Wi-Fi. Here is the rub: Recording software and the Internet don't play nicely together. They are in constant conflict for resources. I used to simply disable my network connection when working in my recording software. This obviously won't allow my phone to connect to my computer . Is there a way to disable my Internet connection yet remain connected to my network? I don't want to disable the entire networks Internet connection since there are other Internet users on the network.
no matter what device is used to connect to our Linksys WRY54G v2.0 Router, whether it be CAT6, internal wireless card (Intel Wireless LAN (802.11a/b/g/n), or USB wireless card (Linksys AE1000), she drops connections at random and frequent times and has to disconnect the device and reconnect to get internet back. She is still connected to the network though. The issue has been becoming more and more frequent the past few days and has been ongoing for a few months. We are at wits end with the issue. I looked on Linksys' website for updated firmware for the router AND the AE1000, no new firmware and same driver that is installed for the AE1000. We have tried to enable Multimedia Environment, Disable 802.11, unchecked "Automatically turn off device to save power", changed router channels from 6 to 1, have uninstalled ALL third party firewalls and AV/Spyware/Malware/Adware removal programs (but not before scanning the system), and lastly tried the DHCP Braodcast Flag Fix.
Setup and Hardware D-link DSL-502T Belkin N Wireless Router (No wired connections) Computers on wireless Connections
No.1 Connected to the Belkin & Internet working
No.2 Connected to the belkin & Internet NOT working Tenda W322P Wireless PCI adapter installed OS - XP SP2
When I attempt to connect to the internet on computer No.2 it will not connect.
1. Belkin setup page shows both computers in the DHCP client list 2. Tenda shows connection to the personal network 3. No internet connection icons in the tool bar. There is an internet connection icon on computer No.1 showing two computers and a bubble. 4. No icons in 'Network Connections' 5. In 'My Network Places' there is a Belkin Icon but when properties is clicked it says "This item is not currently on your network".I may have accidentally deleted icons from network connections or some of the associated folders.
I have a very annoying problem with my Linksys WRT54G2.When I connect a wireless device (laptop, phone, TV, Ipad) to my wireless network I only see a Local connection, no connection to internet. After resetting the router (power off for several seconds) the internet-connection is available again.I have to do this every 1 - 2 days.
my internet connection is just connected to a router , it is OK to always disable and enable my internet connection? because every time i open my PC i always disable and enable the internet connection to make it work. how to make my internet connection work properly every time when i open my PC?
I need to disable the Internet Connection to a specified computer, without removing any wires or plugs. I have 3 computers which are connected to a SpeedTouch 5x6 (0843BH3B7) and a wire which then connects the router to the modem. Now, I want to disable the Internet connection for one of the computers from the software of the router.
i have window 7 instaled..my problem is that i use wateen usb for browing in office.where as my pc is conected with other pcs..when i disable the lan the wateen usb works but than i cant acess othert pcs..previouslyi was using same window and usb but there was no problem..after i have installed the window this problem has occured.
I recently had my Internet disconnected, and decided to share my iPhone's Internet connection (tether) with my PC. Now, the iPhone connection works, but for some reason my PC prefers to use my original Internet connection thus no connection. The only way I can access the Internet is by going into adapter settings and disabling my router, but I do not want to do this as I have other computers on the network and I often share files.
I start my pc i get 2 local area connections instead of 1 and because of this my internet does not work unless i disable and enable again the network .After enabling only 1 network shows and i can connect to internet.It may be because i replaced my motherboard even tho i uninstalled the drivers?
I am using the router DIR-825 together with a modem-router DSL-526B. After reading many posts, I understand that I have to bridge the DSL-526B and use the more complete DIR-825 under PPOE to connect to Internet. However, when bridging the DSL-526B, the settings are showing after setup that the firewall and NAT are enabled whereas, when looking at the quick bridging setup in the manual, it seems that they should be disabled. My questions are therefore:
In bridging mode, can the firewall and NAT remain enabled, what can possibly create a conflict with those of the DIR-825 or create complication? If yes, how to disable them, as no option for doing it in the briging quick set up?
I have one wlc 5508 running on latest IOS 7.116, there is one wlan abc which i have disable status and disable broadcast, but randomly still i can see from wlc dashboard there is one client connected to this wlan abc. The moment i check on the client details, there is no client connected to that wlan and when return to dashboard, no more client connected to that wlan abc.
I am cascading one new switch 3750G (int Gi1/0/1) with an existing 3750G (int fa1/0/26) switch.. But the interface fa1/0/26 goes in err-disable state even after NO SH.. also i have diable Spanning treebpdu guard and disable spanning tree portfast. But still the issue is not resolved.
From last two days, my internet disconnecting frequently. Modem catching correct ip but no internet connection.modem catches correct ip address n other things, it shows connected to home network (i.e hathway) and internet access is allowed but browser display error 'webpage is not available' (same result for login page of ISP). I have tried different browsers but same result. windows network diagnosis center results as "your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource is not responding " OR "login.hathway.com is online but still not responding after couple of tries"(second error is not correct word to word tht was the over all meaning of it)In ping test, ping to default gateway gives very good result as 5-20ms but 'request time out' for url...So am not understanding whether it is my pc's problem or from ISP.I m using single pc with wired modem. windows 7 no changes made in network n sharing center.
I'm having 3 desktop computers. Out of these three, one PC (PC1, windows7) is connected to internet modem and other two (PC2 with XP,PC3 with XP) are sharing internet connection.
In PC1 I've installed Hamachi Logme In (virtual network). This software also creates one "Hamachi Network Interface" in "Network connections".The Problem is that each time I start/reboot PC1, I get connected to other 2 PCs but can't share internet connection, until I toggle (enable/disable) the state of "Hamachi Network Interface"
(PC1 is at some distance with PC2 and PC3, and each time I need to remotely login to PC1 and toggle Hamachi network in order to access internet).
How do I take away the red X and the "Not Connected" for my DELL WIreless 1390 WLAN Mini Card in order for it to recognize my Netgear Wireless N-300.? I am working with Windows XP. I have all necessary boxes checked to allow for 1390 to coordinate all wireless functions.
I called my internet provider to come fix the problem and my internet was working PERFECTLY. Until, it started to mess up again. I don't know, what's wrong with it AT all. The Linksys box is working fine, the ROUTER is working BUT, my internet keeps dropping and takes HOURS upon HOURS to come back on, UNTIL I reset the Linksys box. Then it stays on for a bit. A few hours or a few minutes then suddenly, "No internet access."
I am connected to my network wirelessly and I have Internet acces (according to the symbol at the bottom right) bu the Internet doesn't work. At the moment it keeps fluctuating between giving me interne and not I am using Skype to tell me if I have Internet ( when it's green I do when it's grey I don't) I have tried many things on forums like obtaining ip automatically or obtaining a fixed ip. I've tried renewing the ip and all this doesnt work.
So, for some reason my internet connection started disconnecting about every 1-5 minutes. It worked fine this morning, however, when I turned my PC on a few hours ago it became very unstable. After it happens I have to reconnect to internet (it doesn't work all the time, I usually have to do it two times for it to work), and then again after a few minutes the connection dies. Tried restarting my computer, tried restarting the modem, tried the troubleshooting network thing (it keeps saying "Local Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration", but gives no solution). Also, I tried connecting on my cellphone and on a laptop and both of those work. However, those connect through WiFi, while my PC is connected through an ethernet cable[code]
I usually acess internet on Wi-Fi, and now I have travelled, and got my laptop with me. The internet here is Local Are Connection, the one with the cable, and it says I am connected, 100 Mbps, but no internet access! I can't browse or open anything that has to do with the internet... However, It works perfectly fine on EVERY other laptop. I've searched a lot of places and I've been told to write commands like ipconfig/ all andd netsh int ip reset.log but when I do that I get "The following command was not found : int ip reset.log" I set the properties in TCP/IP to Automatically detect settings .. but nothing.
I literally just got my hp 2000-410US notebook pc laptop and I just connected it to my Belkin router. For some reason, my new laptop would not connect to the internet even though I am connected to the router. I have another laptop which is a hp G42-410us notebook pc but it connects perfectly. I already set up my settings for the new laptop but I am not sure if I missed something during the setup that allows me to use the internet.
we recently upgraded our home router and have been having trouble ever since. Our old router was a Netgear one, so we bought a newer netgear model. Since installing the new one we can not get my daughters laptop, an iPad and ipods to work on the wifi. My computer is wired into the router and works fine, it is just the wireless. All of these things worked perfectly using our old netgear wirelss modem and all of them can find the wireless network on their list of available networks, they all say that they are connected with a good signal, but when they try to browse the internet or check emails, it comes up saying not connected to the internet. We even bought a range extender because we thought the signal might not be strong enough between the new router and my daughters bedroom which are at opposite ends of the house and on different floors, but it made no difference and wasn't a problem before.
Anyway, the router we bought is a Netgear N150 wireless modem router DGN1000, the cables are plugged in to ports 1 and 4 ( there is only 1,2,3 and 4 to choose from). The extender is a Netgear universal range extender WN2000RPT
I have tried turning it all off and back on again, have uninstalled it and reinstalled it, but still nothing. Daughters laptop uses Vista and she has McAfee security. Exactly as it has always been and has worked fine using our old wireless router, just not this new one.
I detected the ad-hoc network on my other computer. I connected, but yet when I went into firefox to surf the web, there was no internet connection, and it didn't work.I have already enabled Internet Connection Sharing on the host computer. What can be wrong? The purpose of creating this ad-hoc network on the host computer is to share internet connection on several computers in my house.
I am having issues with trying to change my network from private to home on windows 7 home edition. In network and sharing centre it is saying im not even connected to a network when im connected to my modem. This is what it comes up with when I run ipconfig:
I have two PCs at home, The first one gets a wired connection from ISP, and has the internet. The second gets a wired connection from my first PC (through another network card). I recently had to reinstall windows 7 on my first pc, and It seems i cant get internet to work on my second pc. The computers can ping each other, and my second pc shows as "connected", yet has no connection to the internet (and cannot ping to anywhere, cept my first pc). My second pc is running windows XP and before I reinstalled the first PC's windows everything was fine, and I didnt change anything on my second pc either (well, changed everything back anyway). IP configs seem to be fine.
I have an Inspiron Mini 1018 which all of a sudden I cannot get internet access but I do have the wireless network as being connected. It was working fine but all of a sudden I can't get onto the internet. Have run diagnostics but it doesn't pick up any problems.
Santa got a second-hand acer mini-laptop for my daughter this last Christmas and she accidentally pour some coke in it, I took it to the shop and I had to pay to repair it; when I got it back, the first thing is that originally it has Windows 7 and now XP, I thought it was ok, but even though I use my network passkey and everything, it quickly connected to the network showing internet access but when I open IE, it shows a message to diagnose connection problems, I run the repair wizard and nothing, but all the time it is showing that the connection is working, will I need to take it back to the shop or is there something I can do?
I'll try and explain this the best that I can. I'm currently running a Sony Vaio VGN-NW270F laptop with Windows 7. I'm using a WRT54G2 v1.5 router for my internet connection. Last Wednesday, I tried to go online, but my wireless connection for my home network came up as "limited connectivity", even though there was a 5-bar signal strength. Since then, it has identified and connected to my home network, but displays "no internet". On startup, however, it connects, but then promptly disconnects, and I experience the same issue. I can go online using my parents' laptop, my 3DS, and my Wii, so I assume it's an issue with my computer rather than my router.
Additionally, I have tried using an ethernet cord to go directly into my computer - no luck.I have also done 2 system restores to late May - still no luck.I have uninstalled/reinstalled the necessary drivers - no luck.The only thing out of the ordinary that may have contributed to this situation is that on the day when I started having this problem, a notification saying that my parents' computer's IP address was the same as another on the same network. I have NO idea what that means, nor do I know how it happened, or how to resolve it, if needed