I have been trying to connect to the Internet via a wireless connection but keep receiving the above error. None of the Windows solutions resolve the problem. On Google Chrome I see a screen saying 'This web page is not available', and receive 'Error 105: Unable to resolve the server's DNS address'. I cannot access Internet Explorer either.The strange this is that this problem only seems to occur with some wireless networks, as I can connect fine at home. In certain places, however, I am told that I am connected but that accss is 'Local Only', and I cannot open any browsers. I need the problem resolved as soon as possible as I cannot access the internet where I need it most.
I'm connected through the router, a few times a day I cannot open web pages, getting error: Error 105 (net::ERR_NAME_NOT_RESOLVED): Unable to resolve the server's DNS address.Skype continues to work. Here are the results of pinging:
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7600] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersSri Guru>ipconfig /all[code]....
One technician said that this is the providers problem, but I don't think so. When I restart the modem everything works.I have a Netgear WGR614 v9 router.I use ESET 5 security. Btw, connection drops on all computers connected through the router, so it's not my firewall.
My laptop is connected to a router via wifi but it keeps getting a DNS fault. I have another PC linked to the same router via WiFi and that works perfectly all the time. I have the same problem on both google chrome and IE browsers where I just get the message telling me that the DNS look up failed. My internet is still connected as I can dial into my remote CCTV cameras and I can ping website ip addresses. Most times I can just turn off my wireless adapter and turn it back on and it works for another hour or so. But sometimes it wont work all day, unless I start my laptop in safe mode, when it works everytime! I have flushed the DNS cache several times but to no avail.
I am using the Cisco VPN Client 5.0.06.0160 - and am having an issue connecting to my ASA 5510 via VPN. This issue is happening on 1 of our laptops. All other laptops connect just fine. So the problem is not in the ASA. I have double checked the client setup and config and it too is correct. The interesting thing is, we are connecting to an IP Address and not a host name.
I travel alot so to break up the boredom at the hotels i like to play on my xbox what would make it a whole lot more fun would be to play with my friends online. Problem is that my xbox does not have built in wifi and even with a wifi adapter hotel internet portals prevent from connecting automatically to internet without a browser. I have watched some video on youtube with different methods of using a laptop to connect via ethernet to your xbox and share the internet connection from the laptop. Is there a method that works with Vista? I keep getting a unable to get an ip address error on the xbox and not sure as to what to do.
I have a fixed external ip address.I have port forwarding setup for accessing a NAS inside my LAN, lets say port 12345.Now when I use my laptop outside my own LAN, e.g. 18.104.22.168:12345 resolves nicely to my NAS. But when I use the same 22.214.171.124:12345 inside my LAN, it does not resolve. Instead, it gives me a 'server takes too long to answer' error
I have also setup a virtual host to an ip cam inside my network. That one resolves just fine. I tried enabling remote management on the DIR-655 and also that works fine using 126.96.36.199:8888.When I replace the external ip address with the internal ip address of my NAS, thus bypassing port forwarding, it obviously also works ok.
Why the forwarded ports are not accessible when I use my own external fixed IP address? Does the DIR-655 treat it different than other external IP addresses?
My company recently purchased a custom domain name through In Motion Hosting (inmotionhosting.com) which has worked great up until today. As of this morning we are not able to view our webpage online (ronnysinc.com) or any inmotionhosting pages including our email accounts. However, we can view any other website and computers outside of our network seem to be able to view those pages without any problem. [code] As you can see it works fine with any other website such as google. My initial thought was it was being blocked by our firewall but when I log into the router I do not see any firewall settings that would create this block. I also tried resetting the router and flushing the DNS with no success.
I am running a webserver locally and I am unable to resolve it by domain name (e.g. mydomain.com) when I am inside my network. However, I am able to hit it internally (e.g. 192.168.0.10) just fine. When I try to access mydomain.com from inside my network it comes up with my Actiontec router's admin page on 192.168.1.1.Here is my configuration:Actiontec FIOS router 192.168.1.1 (connected to internet)DHCP disabled Netgear Router 192.168.1.2 is in the DMZHas cable running from Actiontec's LAN port to Netgear's WAN port[CODE]
I am trying to configure the ACS with AD in the identity store but am running into the following issue.I enter the AD Domain Name and username and password and hit the 'Test Connection' button and receive a DNS error stating that it 'Cannot resolve network address'.I have logged into the CLI and test to the domain name from there and it works fine.
I have a Cisco 1721 router with an ADSL wic. I have followed guides on the Cisco website so that I can connect the router to my home adsl connection. The router connects to my broadband provider and sucesfully obtains an IP address along with Dynamically assigned DNS servers. I am able to ping google.co.uk from the router but not from clients attached via DHCP.
I have noticed that if I ping the IP address of google.co.uk from a client it resolves but it will not resolve the name. This would lead me to believe that the problem lies with DNS resolution/forwarding but I do not know how to investigate further.
I am working on adding a mapping to our external address for our mail server - let's call it mail.example.com
I would like to be able to access mail.example.com internally for our user's smartphones - if they access our company WiFi they are not able to get mail using the mail.example.com as the server name in their phone setups. However, once they leave the office and use any other WiFi it works fine. Also, I am unable to ping that address from any internal device. I believe also this is the reason Exchange accounts do not work on our site to site VPN connections.
I have a ASA 5520 and work primarily in the ASDM 6.4 to do configurations in the main office and have 5510 in our site to site connections.
I randomly lost Internet connection, and since have not been able to Renew an IP address! Other people in my household can connect just fine. I've tried numerous things to get my internet back, but continue to be unsuccessful in doing so.
Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600] (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp. C:Documents and SettingsMike>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : miker Primary Dns Suffix . . . . . . . :
i'm currently studying at a college which has a website with a student intranet that is available to log in from any computer. So far it has been working well and I can log in on my home laptop and upload documents and look at presentations etc. Today for no reason when I try and log in I get the message Error Code 500: Internal Server Error and the webpage does no appear.I have had no problems previously and this has only happened today and yesterday, I went down to the college and accessed the website fine from the computers in the library but still no joy from my home computer.
I purchased the EA6500 a few days ago, and when I'm connected to Cisco Connect Cloud I am unable to select Folder Access / FTP Server / Media Server. I click them and nothing happens.Also, the Cisco light on the router keeps blinking.
Your ip address lease has expired. dhcp was unable to renew your lease. My netbook shows it is connecting to the network both with the cable and wireless but when i try to go on to the internet i get this error.
For the past week I've had a problem browsing the internet. Now, at first, this only happened starting at around 3 am central time and ending at about 6 am when I could browse the internet properly. As the days went forth, however, it began happening earlier at around 12 am. What would happen is this: would be on the internet browsing sites and whatnot. All of a sudden (As I'm loading a new page) I would get the "Address not found" error as if I'm not connected to the internet. I could try to reload any other page on my session,but sometimes it would halfway load (ei:not loading pictures, ect.) and other times I would get Address not found. This would go for about a 4 hour time period. After that, everything would be back to normal and I could go back on my session.
Now, I'm on my laptop via a router that is in my house. We also have a desktop computer, but I noticed this problem happening on my laptop first. When it first happened, it was only on my laptop. I had internet connection and could browse it endlessly on my desktop. As the days went on, however, my desktop started having the same problem connecting to the internet (I still noticed the problem on my laptop first and then I would go see if the desktop had it too).When this first happened, I was thinking my laptop wasn't connecting to my router. Instinctively, I reset the router to no avail. I also opened up IE (I don't use it much because it's just too slow) and tried to diagnose the problem using that. When I did this, it was giving me DNS as the problem of me not connecting to the internet. I am not a network admin so I don't know that much about DNS. I also used IE to diagnose the problem on the following days, but after the first time it only gave me a "You aren't connected to the internet" solution. Since then, I've been running a barrage of anti virus, rootkit, ect. just because I can and I haven't done it in a long time. I didn't find anything unusual in all the reports so I'm still not sure what the problem is.
Do not have internet connectivity, despite all the lights lit on calbe modem and the ASUS WL520GU router and only the internet and ethernet lights are lit on the Linksys 2102.Despite numerous reboots, no change and even bypassing the router and connecting directly to ATA still no conectivity.When I open a browser, it reverts to the Asus error page, "reason for failed connection: You have set the wrong dynamic or static IP address, though nothing was changed.Funny thing again, a direct internet connection to the ATA did nothing.A google search only just shows lots of unasnered posts on this issue, or only the usual 'please reboot'.
i am trying to validate an email address through telnet connection, i followed these steps How to Verify an Email Address and Find if it is Real or Fake? sadly when i try the "telnet gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com 25"
Unable to connect to the Internet. Connected from modem to router to computer. Called my ISP and told to connect directly to modem. Still unable to connect to Internet getting 169 error. What else should I try to get online?
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So I'm having issues with connecting to the internet. I'm connected to the network but cannot browse the internet or play online games. Currently I'm on my housemates laptop. None of my house mates are having issues. My computer is a laptop and connects to the internet wirelessly. I don't have a cable to try connecting straight to the router unfortunately.
Last night my internet provider (Time Warner) did an update that caused all their networks to change their names/passwords. My house mate got the new name and password and when I used it it worked fine for several hours. While in the middle of a game, my internet and my housemates internet stopped working for no reason. Theirs are fine now, mine is still having issues.
I have reset the router, restarted my computer, and looked into some DNS stuff. I've done the commands ipconfig /flushdns along with ipconfig /release then ipconfig /renew. I also changed my preferred DNS server to 184.108.40.206 for my Internet Protocol (TCP/IPv4) and that did not work. (edit: also tried 220.127.116.11 & 18.104.22.168. No luck there either)
I've tried turning off my firewalls and connecting but that doesn't work.
I have a recent new install of Cisco Works and all is working fine. My issue is with a feature that doesn't seem to be present. When I create a report to ccheck on sys logs the report returns all sys log whether they are repetitive or not. Is there a way to have a same sys log error come back with a number of ocurences?
the feature doesn't show up when I create a custom report?
Sometimes, either browsing from my computer, iPad or iPhone, I sometimes get a "can't connect to server" error, and it's not just a few forums here and there, it is a lot of them. But if I give them 5 or 10 minutes they will come. Imkmow that this isn't a normal up issue with sites servers actually being down. I thought it was a Google chrome issue, but it's been happening on safari. It hasn't started till we switched our Internet plan to 3mbps and a new router.