I have a Windows7 laptop that was working fine til yesterday.I switched it on at home last night and it picked up my wireless connection but when I opened IE or Firefox it would not access any webpage (blank screen, no address that its resolving on status bar at the bottom and just a progress bar (IE) or a 'searching' icon (firefox)The network connection page in control panel says that it is connected and I can ping sites from the command prompt and some other software such as skype seems to be connecting.I have disable both bullguard firewall and made sure the windows firewall is off.I have come into work this morning and am getting the same problems, even when connected by ethernet cable, I can also see other computers on the network.I was occasionally getting a dial up connection pop up box appearing from an old dial-up connection I had set up, but have now deleted this connection.
I have a Windows7 laptop that was working fine til yesterday. I switched it on at home last night and it picked up my wireless connection but when I opened IE or Firefox it would not access any webpage (blank screen, no address that its resolving on status bar at the bottom and just a progress bar (IE) or a 'searching' icon (firefox) The network connection page in control panel says that it is connected and I can ping sites from the command prompt and some other software such as skype seems to be connecting. I have disable both bullguard firewall and made sure the windows firewall is off.
I have come into work this morning and am getting the same problems, even when connected by ethernet cable, I can also see other computers on the network.
I was occasionally getting a dial up connection pop up box appearing from an old dial-up connection I had set up, but have now deleted this connection.
WIth Chrome it does work although a bit slow. With IE as-well.Had the problem with FB as-well allthough that i could cancel with allowing it to connect.Gmail doesnt.Production Security Services and the certificates seem to cause problems.Searched the internet; tried a scan, checked the date, activataed the SSL and TLS in the browsercertificates, the server and organisations names.
I have a laptop that works perfectly fine when plugged into a network cable, but the wifi refuses to work. It pulls an ip, and everything looks good when I run ipconfig/all, but it can't even ping the router. All other computers on the network are working fine. I've flushed dns, set static IP and DNS, uninstalled/reinstall device, updated drivers, bios, and firmware, and even created a backup image of the computer and reloaded the os using the recovery partition. The event log doesn't tell me anything, and there are no flags in the device manager. I'm at a complete and total loss. I cannot figure this one out.The laptop is a Compaq Presario CQ50-142US. Vista 32bit OS. Everything was working perfectly fine before it got a virus. I ran through the standard procedures of AVG, Malwarebytes, TDSSKiller, and even resorted to Combofix, but somewhere along the line the wifi dropped off and will not come back.I even double checked the HOSTS file and IE proxy settings to ensure I wasn't crazy; although I know those should've affected the wired connect too.My last step is to either replace the wifi chip (which I don't think is the problem), or wipe it and load the os from scratch, but I don't have an oem disc since it has the recovery partition.
I have two sites with a dedicated, point to point, LAN, site 1 has a Cisco 1700, LAN IP: 192.168.0.101; Site 2 has a Cisco 1800, LAN IP: 192.168.1.101.From site 2 I can ping the router on the other side: 192.168.0.101, but nothing else on that network
From Site 1 I can't ping the other network at all,Both sites ping fine to their respective local interfaces. I also noticed, when trying to ping site 2 from 1, the "WIC ACT/CH" light blinks, otherwise it's off.
Site 1 has it's own web connection through COMCAST, site 2 is set to route through site's 1 connection to go out. The only thing the routers are doing are the actual connection between sites, and in the case of site 2, routing web traffic to 192.168.0.100, which is a Sonicwall on Site 1.
This was all working just fine, for a long time, up until yesterday, when the problem I described started happening.
I have ATT DSL and pretty much every night, I lose a large portion of the Internet. I cannot ping these sites, while the rest of the net works fine. The other night, I could not ping major domains like ATT, CNN, MSNBC, BBC (a chronic missing domain). On the other hand, I could get Yahoo fine and go to a streaming audio site and run music perfectly...but about 90% of the Internet was unreachable. Could not load their sites nor ping them in command line. The other 10% worked flawlessly.
I have been accessing my webmail account everyday for the past 3yrs with not problem until this week. Stopped working mid week. No changes to computers. Have 3 and none will access this site any longer. Just times out. Sometimes I can ping and other times not. Can log onto other networks and access with out any problems. My ISP says it is not their problem. (Site is [URL]).
We are in the process of evaluating Cisco wireless controllers and AP. We have 3602 APs and 2504 controllers right now. We have multiple branch offices connected to the main office through layer 3 and they all have different vtp domains and vlans. I am trying to deploy APs at the branch offices and connect them back to the controller and the central site. I created a sub interface and ssid with one of the vlans at the branch office on the controller and was able to get the AP to join the controller through DNS. However, a client at the branch office connected to the AP was unable to ping anything at the branch and central sites. Any documentations on how to deploy such a setup where the controller is at the central site and AP at the branch office going through multiple routers in between?
for example, there are 3 sites, A, B and C. A and B are 1.5 km apart and both are separate LAN(mixture of wireless and wired). C is 35 km apart from A and B. I have to connect A, B and C so that they can communicate with each other. Security is required.
I'm thinking of connecting a branch office to the main office with just using multilayer switch. The sites will be connected using ethernet leased line, so I'm thinking of connecting it directly to the switch.
We're running eigrp on our network so the Multilayer switch will do the eigrp routing.Thinking of using C3750E-24TD-E (IP Services) as the multilayer switch. Can this work or do I still need a router to terminate the WAN?
We currently have a main network running through a static broadband connecting using a Cisco 1700 ADSL router, everything is working fine locally.
We are looking to rent some space in an office nearby so im going to order another business adsl connection with static IP for this site and i currently have a spare 1800 router.My question is can the cisco routers connect up like a VPN connection so both sites work together and will the connection remain online constantly so from the remote office we can access all our servers from the main network?
Also how does the IP addressing work on 2 sites. The main network uses 10.120.21.x and DHCP is assigned from a cisco router. Does the remote network assign from the same DHCP server or would the remote sites cisco router need to be setup to give out DHCP to local machines. If so what would be the best IP setup to use.
MY ISP installed one router in my lab.for internet connectivity they mail me steps :connect your Laptop directly to gi0/3 port to check internet connectivity with public ip 1.1.1.x and Gateway 22.214.171.124 with subnet mask 255.255.255.240 after connection I surprised because I am able to access only google sites like gmail,google search etc. but I am able to ping/traceroute all sites.from browser I am able to access only google sites only.In Router no firewall no such access list.
They time out however I can connect to google/ect on my browser.
Microsoft Windows [Version 6.1.7601] Copyright (c) 2009 Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved. C:UsersHannah>ping www.riftgame.com Pinging www.gslb.riftgame.com [126.96.36.199] with 32 bytes of data: Request timed out. Request timed out.
Whenever I try to use Firefox, no matter what website I try to go to, I get the message that firefox can't connect to the server. Whenever I try to go on safari, I get the message that it can't connect to the internet. However, when I use Opera, everything works fine, so it's not something wrong with my internet. At the same time, the website omegle stopped working for me, I don't know if this is related. When I open firefox, I also get the message "TypeError: Components.classes[cid] is undefined". I don't know what that means, but it's probably involved.
I am setting up a Linux apache and bind server to test the behaviour of Windows XP,Vista, 7 and Mac OS X.I have setup a apache and bind already and they were tested individually. I used Firefox and IE to access the apache page by type in the IPv6 address and the page was showed correctly. And I have tried to query the AAAA record of a local zone "testing.com" in my Bind server using nslookup and the result is good too.However, it is strange that I cannot get it work if I type in the FQDN "http://testing.com" in Firefox and IE. I tried to capture the IPv6 traffic in Wireshark (Attached in this post) and there are no DNS query when I try to access the page. Is there anything that I have to set to get it work properly?(Actually I have tested the same thing on Mac OS X and Vista too but the result is the same)Below is my Windows 7 network setting and some nslookup query:
On my PC laptop, when we try to connect to the internet (wireless router) through firefox we get the error message"Firefox can't establish a connection to the server @ cn-us.start3.monzilla.com. When we try using Window explorer we get "Internet Explorer can't display webpage" When prompted to click on "diagnose connection problem" it states Windows did not find any problems with this computer network connection.
A couple of points... the connection indication at the bottom states the laptop is connected to the internet. (WLAN ON)I have a Mac that is connected to our internet and doesn't have any problems.We have Windows Vista on the PC laptop
A few days ago, all search engines stopped working on my computer on both IE and Firefox. Everything else works fine and I can surf the net using specific URLs but I can search for anything. I have tried a number of options and various anti-virus, spyware and malware scans but no infections are ever found. I have used, AVG, windows defender, and Malwarebytes.
I cannot connect to the internet using firefox or chrome but there's no problem with internet explorer. This happened after I installed and uninstalled speedbit video accelerator. When opened chrome, it gave me the following error.
(net::ERR_NAME_RESOLUTION_FAILED): Unknown error.
After the problem occurred, I rebooted the system, uninstalled firefox and chrome, freshly downloaded firefox (from IE) and the problem persists. I couldn't download chrome because chrome installer says it can't connect to the internet. Following are the details regarding my system and software.
o/s : windows 7 ultimate internet explorer : 9.0.8112.16421 64 bit firefox : 14.01
I tried stopping the firewall and the problem persists. Can't access router via firefox too!! Firefox doesn't give an error it just gives a blank page (about:home).
If this is a dns problem, how come it doesn't affect IE ?? Why can't utorrent listen on listen port ??
I am having trouble opening firefox as well as itunes. I get a message stating that i am not commected to the internet. I am able to connect to the internet using internet explorer and have no trouble logging on to websites from there.
Am experiencing the same problem where IE can connect to internet, but not Chrome, although the only change to my desktop PC (WinXP SP3) was a windows update. This issue seems to be quite common among all Windows OS because when I queried "can't connect chrome to internet" I've found over 50 posts at various forum describing your issue (and mine). I have also eliminated firewall, antivirus, etc and obviously since IE can get on the internet..my network connection is fine...as is/was yours. Looking more closely I'm thinking that somehow the specific port on outbound is not being accessed by Chrome/Firefox because I used a sniffer and see no request leave my pc and verified no request through my router either.
The winsock catalog in a namespace server configuration listing right? How would you explain that resetting the winspace catalogue fixes the issue?Wand3r3r said it was malware, but I'm quite sure we don't have that issue...I know my machine doesn't and this has occured on the library PCs also. I wan't to find sure fix and understand what is happening on the Windows stack, so that I can assuredly deploy Chrome on a student network and not see this re-occuring all over the place.
"How do i setup a proxy correctly using firefox?"I forgot what addon it was that i was trying to use, proxy fox i assume. If there any better firefox proxy addon that i can use i will be happy to use.I want to know the steps to make the proxy work correctly, because i like to be anonymous as possible when using the internet. I don't care about internet speed.
I am on Windows 7 with the Tor/Vidalia proxy package. After downloading Privoxy 3.0.17 and installing the program, I get the following message when I try to start it: "Fatal error: can't bind Privoxy to 127.0.0.1: 8118. There may be another Privoxy or some other proxy running on port 8118". Most assuredly, I have never installed Privoxy before and I don't know which other proxies may be running on Port 8118. Aside from Tor/Vidalia, the only other proxy I am running alternatively with Tor for anonymity is Jap-JonDo. It is also confusing that most web sites mention a Vidalia bundle containing Privoxy, but none of the bundles actually contains it. They all have Polypo instead. I hear that Privoxy is recommended, but how do I get it running, with the message I got?
I have a desktop and bought a wireless adapter to hook up to my apartment complex's wireless network through cox. We have had no connection issues for several weeks.Randomly, both IE and Firefox stopped displaying webpages. Firefox displays the message "The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading."Our apartment complex has tech support, so I called him and we went over so many things. The issue, as he says, is that when I do an ipconfig /release, I SHOULD be showing, under my wireless adapter, the ivp4 address as 0.0.0.0. When I do the release, it shows no ivp4 address, period. It shows I have, and am connected to, the internet and the connection. My apartment complex has 5 different wireless connections I can try, and all result in the same problem. I am able to ping google, yahoo, etc, but when I try to ping my apartment complex's wireless connection (their router) it fails.
Uninstalling and reinstalling the wireless adapter and software, system restore, reinstalling windows, restarting the WAN service under services.smc, unchecking ivp6 under my wireless adapter properties. I have tried disabling McAfee and Windows Firewall. I have no idea what else I can do.I also should note that I have 2 computers of the exact same model, and both present this same exact problem when I connect the wireless adapter to it, so it leads me to believe it is something to do either with the adapter or something with the connection from the adapter to the router. (I can connect to the wireless connection but not to the router itself to login to my complex's internet agreement page.)I have Windows 7 32-bit. I was in the process of signing up for Netflix when this happened, and did not download anything.
I've never had a router or network in my place and I've just bought a DIR-825. I previously had a DIR-615? but returned it because I was having this problem. Now I'm still having it with the 825.When I use IE or Mozilla Firefox(preferred) I can usually navigate 2-3 pages before the program stalls and goes (Not Responding) for about 15-20 seconds before it starts going again. Then it repeats again in about another 3-4 pages or so.
I've got the times set for my router and I'm using Firmware 2.03NA-RevB
StartSSL offers free SSL certificates, so I'm guessing that means no Warning messages from browsers IE,Chrome,firefox atleast? Has anybody used this StartSSL certificate lvl1 is free..I'd tryed this myself but my hosting company is charging twice more for having ssl(just having it not even buying) than for hosting my website.