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?
I have just started using D-Link 655 router and ATT DSL connection at home. There is an internet signal. Skype is working. But I can't open any sites. Ie tried typing hotmail, Google, anything - sites do not open. Ive tried to plug in the Ethernet cable directly into my laptop and I get the same result sites don open.
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 220.127.116.11 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.
How can I view a websites files/folders without an account? I'm not trying to 'hack' anything or obtain any data which isnt mine, Theres a website with drivers on it but I dont want to download each 1 indivudually, I would just like to view the folder via filezilla then and queue them all for download.
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 am able to ping and tracert websites by name but not load them in firefox or IE. I was able to update minecraft and connect to multiplayer servers to play with others. I have checked the hosts file and am able to telnet [URL] 80 and get a reply in html. I am connected to my modem through a wireless network using a dynamic IP and have uninstalled all antivirus software. The issue started just after installing SpyHunter and running a scan with it.
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.
[code] after installing the wirless driver, I can see my network but it can't obtain an IP. So I issue it a static IP, and it says I am connected and have internet access. But when i open up IE, doesn't work. Tried Resetting IE, and that didn't work. [code]
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 use a Buffalo Nas LinkStation WXL server to back up my files and data. It has been working perfectly and we have saved some files and data in it.However, we turned it on one day and it had disappeared from the list of Computers on the network and for a while now we haven't been able to get in. It is not showing in the list of Computers in Network and its webpage keeps coming back as "Unable to Connect" or "Taking to Long to Respond".The server is visible on the router's webpage under DHCP Clients List and we can ping the server and get a reply. But none of the laptops on the network can view it neither can I (the administrator) get access to it via its webpage?
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'm having what's probably one of the strangest computer problems I've ever dealt with. The computer I have set up as my media server (Running Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit) is randomly losing network/internet communication. Now, I say communication and not connectivity, because I can still ping it from other computers on my network and I can still ping websites from it (via IP address or name so it doesn't appear to be a DNS problem). But I can't pull up any actual webpages when this problem is going on and none of my media services will connect to the PC. I can't even pull up my routers admin page from the PC while this problem is going on (but I CAN ping the router).
I currently have 2 e4200 wireless routers. The first router is connected to 3 devices via ethernet, and the 4th port is connected to my other e4200v2 which is set as bridge mode. The main router is at one end of the house, the second bridge mode router is at the other end.My wireless devices are connected to the main e4200v2, along with all the wired clients.
When wirelessly connected to the 2nd e4200 (the bridged one) I cannot connect to or ping any wireless clients that are connected to the main router. (For example, in my bedroom I am connected with my computer to the 2nd bridged router, and I am trying to ping my other computer that is wireless connected to the main router. I am unable to ping to this computer. When I am conected wirelessIy to the mian router, than I am able to ping the other wireless computer on the same router. Note:I am able to access any hard wired devices to the main router, regardless of which router I am connected to. The issue only appears to be when trying to connect to a wireless device that is connected to a different router than the device I am connecting from.Both routers are setup on the same subnet mask with firmware Ver.18.104.22.168204
From My Router that connects to Cable modem i am unable to ping website 22.214.171.124I am able to ping all other websites fines.Same website i can ping from my pc and all other switches fine.Router has only 1 ACL thats for NAT.
I purchased the AE3000 Wireless Adapter for my PC, and has been working fine until now. When I first start my PC, my ping starts anywhere between 20-80, then after I try to access anything on the internet it shoots up between 600-1200. It just started happening about 3 days ago, but now it has gotten worse. I can't play any online games, and websites are slow to load.
Unable to connect to certain websites. I can access almost everything except for a handful of sites. So far I've identified 3 sites. umkc.edu, nfm.com, and 7thheavenonline.com. I really need to access the umkc site for school. If I use a free proxy service I can pull the sites up, but with the amount I pay each month to Time Warner I shouldn't have to do this.
I have a rather specific and annoying problem with my router. every few days or so the internet will cut out. However, i am still able to use websites that i have been using already, so am able to check emails read articles etc, but am unable to do things like stream videos from youtube or play online games. I run network diagnostics (Windows 7) and receive the error: Your computer appears to be correctly configured, but the device or resource (samsung.msn.com) is not responding. I have already updated all my drivers and have completely reinstalled my router and checked all cables etc. This appears to be only to do with computers that are connected wirelessly, as the pc connected via ethernet seems to be unaffected,
I have both a netbook and a gaming pc connected wirelessly. Netbook: OS Version: Microsoft Windows 7 Starter, Service Pack 1, 32 bit Processor: Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU N550 @ 1.50GHz, x64 Family 6 Model 28 Stepping 10
I can't load the main page or any user profiles. Can't do it on IE/Firefox/Chrome or the in-game Steam browser. Weird part is that I can use Steam perfectly to play games, Friends system works, etc. Just the websites related to it don't load. Problem started about 2 weeks ago, went away for 5 days, but then came back (only messing with Steam websites again). I know the problem isn't Steam because all my friends have been able to use it normally this whole time.The problem is not limited to my own PC, every computer on my network has the same problem, even iPads/iPhones. I've checked for malware, came up clean; reset router to factory settings, done everything I've been able to come up with and the problem persists.
Our office is running a DELL Poweredge server2 xeon processors16 GB memory5 RaiddrivesVM WARE with 3 virtual machinesOne of the VM's handles our DNS with is our main server second is an exchange server third is a sequal applicaioas of recent we have notice a few website sites we cant access (municipalities of which we access tax info) we need to visit on a regular basis. and it only seem to be just the 3 or 4 that are closest to us. Othe area communities we can access fine. All we get is a page cannont be displayed.The sites works outside our office or on our phones.[CODE]
As of last night, randomly out of nowhere I was unable to connect to any websites on my laptop, I had lost the connection completely. I was able to re-connect but not use any websites, although I was able to use Skype somehow. So I turned off my router, decided to try this morning to see if there was any difference on my computer instead, and although a few websites now work (like facebook) I'm not able to get onto my AOL email account, or [URL]
I turned my firewall off but there was no difference, I ran a scan for malware but there was no results, I've tried disconnecting everything and re-connecting everything. I've not installed any updates in about two weeks
i am unable to view all the computers in my work group by which sharing is also not working. whenever i tries to open shared folder in other computer this particular message appears ( no network provider accepted the given network path)
I have a Dell PC from around 2005. I have this router: [url]....All the wires are connected to my PC but I don't get the notification icon, nor is it in network connections window (just my old broadband modem). I don't want to go wireless as such but just use WIFI on my cell/mobile when in the house if I have haven't got my PC on.
I'm having problems connecting to certain sites on the internet through one computer. I can connect ok on other computers going through the same home network. On the one computer that is having problems I can connect to the site but then when I click on a link I get unable to connect then I can reload the page and some times it connects to the page. So as I am browsing through the site almost every time I click on a link I get unable to connect and have to keep reloading the page.
We can't find the Linksys router's manual and have no clue what is causing our WiFi not to let us access certain websites. For example, we are unable to access the Microsoft, Target, our local Library, YouTube and some other ones that we find out about once it doesn't let us get on them. We thought it was an issue with Microsoft Security Essentials because we hadn't updated it correctly, but that was not it. The reason we know it is OUR WiFi because we can access the sites I mentioned above whenever we use our apt complex WiFi, so it is not our laptop. We have the same problem with this when using our wifi on our iTouch. I hope that all made sense (had to access this site with my phone.)
How fun. Earlier this week, my state experienced some severe weather which ended with a tree on our street falling and the power going out all day. It took a bit longer after that for our cable services to be restored - internet included. Ever since then, my computer in particular seems to be screwing things up for everyone else. When my computer is shut off, every other computer (one laptop, two desktops) in the house has been able to connect to the internet and maintain that connection all day. However, as soon as mine connects, the connection dies within minutes - for everyone.
I thought it could be an IP conflict but every machine in the house is set to obtain their IP automatically. Interestingly enough, when the XBOX 360 is bridged through my computer it (the xbox) also maintains a connection, albeit a slower one.I have reset both the router and modem, including hard resets, and I've pinged and pinged and pinged. The same thing seems to happen regardless of whether I am using a wired or wireless connection. Here's what I have:
Computer model is HP DV6838nr. Modem is Toshiba DAZ8821F. Router is Linksys wrt54g v5. I am running Windows 7 Ultimate.
I am using Firefox but have also tried Opera with the same results.
-- + Computer has been showing a successful connection in the Network and Sharing Center even when websites fail to load and the connection has gone down for others.
+ When trying to use a wired connection for the first time, the computer could not connected. IT jumped back and forth between "Identifying..." and no connection at all.
+ I reset the router with both wired and wireless connections. With the wireless, it would become functional for a few minutes after being reset and then fail again. With the wired, the router would not broadcast at all. I ended up having to unplug it for a minute and then plug it back in to get it to broadcast again.
+ I tried using my cable with just the modem, but the Data and PC lights failed to light up upon doing this.
+ After all of this, I removed the wired connection and re-enabled my wireless on the laptop. Connection was restored for a few minutes.
+ Despite a successful ping after two minutes, most websites wouldn't load.
+ Switched to a different laptop after turning mine off and was able to maintain a normal internet connection for over an hour.After starting up the computer for the first time:
Pinging yahoo.com [126.96.36.199] with 32 bytes of data: Request timed out. Request timed out. Request timed out. Request timed out.[code].....
Interestingly enough, despite the successful pings I was still unable to get most websites to load on my browser.
I have an XP machine that i am not access websites from. the machine is hardwired into a router, the other computers connected to the router(wifi) are able to get access websites without issue.here are the steps i have taken and the things i know so far.im pulling a valid ip address, with correct dns/gateway all that good stuff
able to ping other machines on the network, pings the router, and able to ping google.com(so i know there is connection between me and the internet, and that dns is working)
installed firefox to see if it was a problem with IE, no go.took a look at the active process and looked up anything that wasnt familiar, that seems to be good.virus scan with avast came up clean, avast is able to connect to its database and pull the most current virus defs. there isnt a firewall, the only security measures on the computer is avast.
I have today the issue that I am unable to load certain websites, I can enter but whenever I click on continue to navigate in that same site for example FACEBOOK, I see the operation just loads and dont go anywhere, after that remains in same condition unless I cancel or close the browser.I checked the firewall, and also the antivirus, but nothing seems wrong, I can get in into HOTMAIL, GOOGLE, but again certain sites if I search something on GOOGLE, get frozen again .