Some Trouble With My Wired Internet Connection,basically it worked somedays other days it cut off and didnt work for a few days,i phoned virgin media who sent me a new modem.Everything is set up and activated and it worked for about a day,now it has stopped working even though the computer says im connected,everytime i try internet explorer or firefox i get a white screen and every webpage i try fails,but if i bring up utorrent i can see that my internet is connected because it begins to download the ebooks
I've got a Gateway 2wire 3800 HGV-B router which works fine wirelessly, but when using an ethernet cable to connect to the internet, it doesn't even recognize the computer. My laptop runs wirelessly all the time, and I recently picked up a desktop PC for home here, and it's the first wired connection I'm using, but for some reason the wired connection isn't connecting to my network, but instead it's own Unidentified Network.
When I check the strength sometimes it indicates it's good if I'm practically sitting on top of the router, this seems to eventually degrade to low until finally the connection drops.Repairing' with XP repair facility doesn't work. I can forget about getting a connection if I move further away from the router. At the moment I'm relying on using an ethernet cable snaking across the dining room, which isn't really practical with a toddler and a dog racing around. Recently a friend put a bigger HD in and before this it was working fine, so I suspect that it may be due to this. I think it's due to the wirless card in the laptop, as I have a number of other devices in the house which all work fine.
Last night on the xbox 360 i was suddenly experiencing alot of lag on other peoples voices. i took no notice of it and the next day i went on my laptop and alot of websites wouldn't load properly.i can go on google,obviously this and my hotmail(after having to wait a long time for the hotmail to load), but others such as ebay will not load. I cannot even access my router settings by typing in my ip address, instead i get a message saying the page cannot be found. also i was disconnected from xbox live with the internet to xbox live part not working. Obviously the first thing i done was turn the router off and back on but it hasn't made any difference.
OS Version: Microsoft Windows Vista Home Premium , Service Pack 2, 64 bit Processor: Pentium(R) Dual-Core CPU T4200 @ 2.00GHz, Intel64 Family 6 Model 23 Stepping 10 Processor Count: 2 RAM: 4055 Mb Graphics Card: Mobile Intel(R) 4 Series Express Chipset Family, 1804 Mb Hard Drives: C: Total - 290204 MB, Free - 141170 MB; E: Total - 14999 MB, Free - 5644 MB; Motherboard: Dell Inc., 0G848F, , .5MDJWJ1.CN7016697U05OT. Antivirus: AVG Anti-Virus Free Edition 2011, Updated and Enabled
ive been having some issues with my internet, i had an attack on my pc recently by some american orginization, ive reinstalled new windows on my pc, reset my modem, and nothign seems to work, i have too many tunnel adapters in cmd ip config i think, bell canada hooked up my internet lines and they actually joined two or more wires together and strung them up on the neighbours fence and mine and even wrapped it around a tree branch, god knows why they would even do that, maybe they think when the tree grows it will cost me money to fix it and theyll earn from thier mistakes instead of learn from them... anyway this is my ipconfig test results as explained in previous post from someone.Windows IP Configuration[CODE]
I have configured my CIsco 2911 router and there seems to be something wrong with my configuration regarding subinterface 0/0.102 The hosts on this subnetwork cant access the Internet and i cant spot the error.
Here is my running config on this matter.
class-map type inspect match-any LAN_TO_WAN match access-group name LAN_TO_WAN class-map type inspect match-any WAN_TO_LAN match access-group name WAN_TO_LAN class-map type inspect match-any GRE_TO_WAN match access-group name GRE_TO_WAN class-map type inspect match-any WAN_TO_GRE
I have a HP desktop Pavilion p6531 p-b (Windows 7) that is hardwired to a Linksys 2500 Router. Internet worked fine until this morning where it can't connect at all. It can pick up the Wireless connection from the router but I can't get it to go online even wirelessly (although I am not sure if I'm doing that part right). I called my ISP and they reset the modem, etc as well as bypassing the router and we still cannot connect to the web. We looked at the Network Center and made sure that in the Local Area Connection, the Internet Protocol Version properties all have "Obtain address" and "Obtain DNS server" automatically checked. At that point their tech support was stumped.
I have my internet hooked up to a DSL Modem and a Wireless Router. But I had configured the Wireless Router wrong that I couldn't connect to it using a WiFi. I was going to reconfigure it but the Netgear Router was outdated that their reconfiguring URL no longer existed. So I went out and got a *NEW* Netgear Router. Prior to the *NEW* Router I had a Laptop and a PC connected via DSL Cable connected in the Wireless Router. Now with the *NEW* Router I had just purchased I connected everything just like I had done with my previous Router. Wireless Connect works great but I can't connected using the DSL Cable connection. It does not respond. I tried connecting the cables to different ports but it didn't work. My PC mainly needs the wired connection cuz it's where I play my Online games. I tried playing with my Wireless connect but it lags very bad. How to get the wired connections to work? Netgear N600 Wireless and Dual Band Router
I have the WRT54G router for years and use it to provide both a wireless network for our home computers and a wired network for by internet phone that connects me to my office phone system and for my work computer and printer. Last week, the wired network stopped working. I checked the wiring and plugged my wire into all four of the ports in the back of the router with no success. I followed the troubleshooting procedure that I found and changed the MTU setting. I tried to update the firmware but the screen seemed to lock up and I was unable to complete the task.
I'm having problems using wired internet with a brand-new Toshiba Satellite L870-13L. The ethernet cable works fine when used with the other Mac computer in the house, but I've been unable to get any kind of internet connection on the laptop. The laptop recognises the cable when it is plugged in but when I check the status of the connection there doesn't seem to be an IP assigned to the computer.The Ethernet adapter is a Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller; I've tried installing the latest drivers but without any success. The adapter shows up in device manager without any alerts or exclamation marks, and I've tried disabling the wireless adapter to see if that work.
I have a Linksys RPT300 (firmware 3.1.27) which I need to pass magic packets on port 9 to internal computer. on LAN the WOL works perfectly.I have masked my local lan to 255.255.255.128 to be able to broadcast on another subnet address than x.x.x.255 which the web interface dont seem to allow.Local LAN is 192.168.15.x and I have created a port forward on port 9 UDP to local broadcast address wich would then be 192.168.15.127. However nothing comes through and I cant seem to find a setting to enable/disable internet broadcasts. Is there a work around?
i had an extra network under my wireless networks that was just called "network" which was not connected to anything, but since i had this, on the bottom right of my screen where it normally showed the bars for the wireless connection, it had the bars grey with a red X on them, but my connection worked fine still.I am using windows 7 64x bit. I always use a wireless connection on my laptop.
I have 2 computers, One running Vista 32, Desktop.Another, Laptop, Win 7 64bit.Both computers have given Error 651 when using PPPoE wired connections, usually at the peak of the day.My ISP says that Error 651 is the problem, while I am starting to think its the amount of bandwidth their giving my neighborhood/home.Also, can that dosen't work,how to fix the overall problem of my Internet shutting off at peak hours?
when I couldnt turn on the wifi from the switch. It remained orange(which is its off state) and so I went to the device manager and the wifi adapter was shown there but with an exclamation mark. Showing the error "the device cannot be started(code 10)". So I uninstalled and rebooted, only to get the same error when it got reinstalled.
I have a Netgear CVD31T modem delivered by my internet provider. I can't change any settings on the modem. My connection speed is 30 gb up and 5 GB down.Until now I used a Linksys WRT54GV ver. 2 router to share my connection between my computers and NAS server and it worked ok. In speed tests I normally get approx 25 - 28 GB speed. To optain more speed on my LAN I want to buy a GB router. And here started my problems. First I tried a D-link DIR655, then a Netgear WNDR3700 and latest a Linksys E3000. I all 3 occations my WAN speed droped drasticaly down to between 3 - 5 GB speed, at under a ping test I have a loss of between 10 - 30 % and time on approx 50 ms.If I connect my PC directly to the modem or re-connect my old router it works perfect. I have tried to replace cables etc. etc.
I bought a TP-Link TL-WR841N which i have managed to setup up properly, i am able to connect to the wireless and get internet access. However the minute i walk out of the room or a few meters away i am disconnected and i can't re-connect, i get the "windows cannot connect to TP-LINK" message. The signal strength in on excellent and i know it works because when i stand near it, it works perfect.I phoned TP-LINK technical support who were pretty useless and couldn't fix the problem.
So I have an HP Pavilion dv9000 laptop with window 8 installed and when I try to connect to the internet I keep getting an error that says the "Ethernet" Adapter is not working properly. I used to be able to go on the internet and then my dad had my computer for a while and now it's not working.
I recently replaced a Linksys wireless router with a Netgear wireless router(provided by Comcast) to the modem in my house. I used my HP Pavilion as the computer to run the setup disk and the wireless wizard to link the new router to the modem. I unplugged my HP from the router and proceeded to setup my computer on the wireless network.
I not familiar with the ASA 5510 product. I having trouble since last 24 hours and still cant find out the root cause yet. Here is my scenario, my network should be
WAN --- ASA5510 (FW) --- SERVER (192.168.1.0/24)
Now I face the problem, all the NAT static 1-to-1 is working OK. All my public IP can be ping from outside internet. But the problem happen when I try to telnet to port 80 on each server. I had try telnet from my PC to public IP 124.xxx.179 80, it's work fine, but failed on 124.xxx.180 80, then on 124.xxx.181 80, its work fine.
Then I do try on my colleague PC, in same network as mine, I face another case where the public IP 124.xxx.179 80 cannot be telnet, but it's ok for 124.xxx.180, then failed on 124.xxx.181 80.
FYI.. all our PC can ping to the Public IP and no packet lose.
The scenario is very weird, I cant find any other solution as had review my configuration few times.
check does my configuration is working perfectly or not.
ASA Version 8.2(5) ! hostname fw-asa enable password xxx encrypted
The Network icon in the notification area in the bottom right hand corner of my screen will almost always look like this:Quite frequently, though, I will get an exclamation mark inside a triangle with a message instead saying No internet access (I don't have a screenshot). If I give it a few seconds, usually never more than a minute (30 seconds on average it seems), it corrects itself and gives me back internet access.
I recently made an old router into a repeater by using DD-WRT. It seems to be working fine if I use LAN, but I cannot get WLAN to function properly. When I go to add a virtual interface and all the proper info, I all of a sudden cannot connect to the Internet. More specifically it seems to not assign me an IP address.
i am trying to connect wifi .i have two wifi hotspots. it just connects with one hotspot and if i try to to switch to other one it just shows windows was unable to connect. and it does not switch back to the previous connection. even it does no go to communicate with access point. directly shows widows was unable to connect.
I checked what she needed, updated her drivers for Ethernet and Wireless, and the Device Manager is stating that they are both working fine. (no ! or ? on them)When I plug in an ethernet cable it works fine. It gets connection pretty well through my BT Infinity modem.However the wireless will not pick up any connections at all. I attempted troubleshooting, and all it says, "Your network adapter is experiencing problems" etc.I thought that I may need to turn on Wireless Association on the modem, but that didn't work. My dads laptop is also a Windows 7 Laptop and that works fine and will bring up all connections in the area, including mine.
So I googled around, and I found that I may need to turn on a wireless switch. After looking around the laptop, I noticed two things. 1) There is no wireless switch, and 2) There is an orange light above the WIFI symbol.So I googled around a bit more, and found it might be turned off in the FN+f8 Flash card feature. At first I couldn't actually bring this up, so I reinstalled the flash card, and it began to work. It claims the wireless connection is "On".I am not sure what to do next. I have checked the services to make sure WLAN Autoconfig is on Automatic, and Started, and it is. I also tried disabling, then enabling both ethernet, and wireless connections, which did nothing.
I've been having some problems with my Ethernet connection lately.I unplugged my laptop from the Ethernet connection I had at my old place.At two different locales, I have tried to use an Ethernet connection in order to get better speed (the wireless at the first locale was non-existent and at the second it is extremely slow in my room). I have done so with two separate cables that I have tested on others' computers and found that they are perfectly fine. That, of course, leads me to believe that it is my computer and is either a hardware or software problem (here's hoping it's the latter).Anyway, my laptop is a Dell Inspiron 1720 (purchased in 2006). About a year ago, I updated to Windows 7 from the pre-installed Vista. Never had any problems (as I said, everything was fine up until about a week ago). The installed card is a Broadcom 440x 10/100 Integrated Controller. Everything under Device Manager indicates that the hardware is working properly and has all of its drivers installed, but nothing is working.I have tried to uninstall and re-install the drivers (albeit by allowing windows to find them automatically), but the result is the exact same.I have checked the port and found that there is no debris or obstructions. My computer hasn't been dropped or mishandled in any way.I'm currently being housed on the campus of Delta State University, which is why this appears, but here is the report: [code]
I just installed windows xp pro 64bit and i am not able to use it im guessing because i need the correct driver, ive tried looking around but couldnt find anything. I also try it working with Windows 7 ultimate (64bit) and i could not get it working on that either.
Trying to set up a simple schedule for keeping the kids from staying up all night. I'd had this working on a Linksys WRT54G till it bit the dust. I just want it to block internet after midnight. My problem is that the schedule is triggering the block unpredictably.?