Wireless Internet Connects But Doesn't Transfer Packets
Nov 30, 2011
As the topic states, the wireless card finds the signal without issues, but then does not transfer any packets after it connects. Only one computer is having this issue, all others connect perfectly fine. Also, there was no significant change to the computer recently, the problem seems to have sprung about randomly.
i have a avraetec 2200 sereis wich has a amd turion65 processer with windows xp professional and one day the internet didnt work and i looked at the activity it said aquiring network adress and it said sending packets but not receiving and its not a problem with wireless because i conected directlty to the modem and i had the same probem and also there are other devices conected to the modem and they hav
I have a printer connected to another computer (Win XP) and it wasn't showing up on the network so I followed some installation process to install a network driver or something. Now the printer is working fine. BUT... Now that computer is having internet problems. It connects to the internet fine but some programs say it doesn't. Like Microsoft Outlook. A message always shows up saying "Must work offline" or something. And I cant listen to some things on the internet because a message comes up saying you must connect to the internet.
My desktop with Windows Vista is connected to the modem with a standard ethernet cord, and when I try to plug the same cord into my laptop I don't get any internet access. My laptop is running Windows 7. I have tried powering the modem off for 15 seconds multiple times, but to no avail. I am just trying to make this connection work until I purchase a router.
I have my pc connected to the internet with a cat5 and i can connect fine to the internet. My dads pc which is connecting to the same modem thru wireless card is saying its connected but is not able to load any websites. I have reconnected, restarted the pc and restarted the dns service but havent got anywhere with it.
I am attempting to FTP to a remote site through a IPSEC tunnel.When I am transfering large files the ASA5540 is showing syslog errors stating "connection timeout". What I think is happening is after about 1 hour the firewall is closing the connection control port for the FTP session and neither end is notified so eventually the transfer is stopped.What do I need to modify in the FW to accommodate these larger files?
I'm having an issue connecting to my wireless router. I can connect fine with security disabled, but it doesn't connect if I enable WPA. It says there's a "timeout" issue when I try to connect with WPA enabled.No one else is having issues connecting with their laptops and smartphones, so it must be a problem with my computer. [code]
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I have two PC laptops. One operates Windows Vista, the other has XP. I recently just had to do a hard reset on my linksys wpn824v3 router and made a new network name and password. I also changed the password for the router (suspect I may have a virus). My girlfriends computer (vista) sees the new network name and connects fine, my XP computer doesn't even see the new network, but it sees my neighbors networks.. and the laptops are sitting right next to each other.
I set up adhoc connection in my Toshiba Settelite A 300, Window 7. Connection goes into the tray and i can see it in my iphone 4g, 16gb, 4.2.1OS phone even full signal strength is shown on top. But when i go to open safari, i receive the message, safari cannot open the page because it is not connected to the internet
I have a friend with a secure wireless network in his house. When I first took my laptop over there I couldn't connect to it even with his network password. I spent some time tweaking his router by updating the firm ware via his laptop. I was able to get connected with great speeds with my laptop but his laptop couldn't do anything. I contacted the router support and it was recommended I do a hard reset on the router. So I did that. Now we can both get connected to the router and his laptop does fine but my laptop won't load a single page of anything. It shows I am connected at 54Mbs but the page times out before it loads a single bar in the IE progress window. Heck, even on dial up at home it only takes 15 seconds to fully load my home page. I double checked the frequency to see if that would make a difference. Doing that verified I'm on the right frequency. He still has the security set up on the router which does keep me from connecting until I add the security key. Then it connects fine but as I said with no thru put.I have a Sony Vaio FE660 with XP Media Edition. He is running Vista.
I have applied named access-list in output direction on 1GE interface on GSR12400 (IOS XR 3.4),but there is no matches. Counters doesn't increase although access-list blocks or permits certain packets (access-list works as it should).
The wireless internet keeps cutting out but only on my laptop,it cuts out and then connect again.I have downloaded drivers for my dell laptop but it hasn't solved the problem.I'm no whizkid at laptops and only got this laptop a few months ago, it's so annoying.I wish I had brought it back straight away.
I was installing a software on my other laptop (it had SQL software with it) and I ran into some trouble as I got error problems that the installation of the software had failed and now whatever I do, I can't access the web! Sure enough, my wireless connection connects successfully and it indicates that I am on the "Internet" but every time I try to use either firefox or internet explorer to go to a web site, it says I don't have a connection. It is extremely odd and I don't know what it might be
I am in Italy for the summer and brought a usb wireless antenna and have a good neighbor who has given me the password to his adsl router. I have a pc with xp pro and after installing the drivers, I get a very good signal and I get an IP and gateway address, windows shows i am connect but internet will not hook up. I have tried installand reinstalling the software, disable firewall and anti virus to no avail. worked on this for several days . Then I installed the software on my Asus ee net book that has xp home . It connected to internet right away.. I can work like this, but have all my software on the pc and would like to use it for the internet
My laptop is able to connect to the wireless router in my home, but the browser will never load a page, status is shown "connected". However, when I try on other laptops, they are able to surf the net. I have tried using my laptop at my friend's place with a different wireless router and it works at his place as I was able to surf the internet through my wireless! So, I've tried resetting my personal modem to factory default and it still doesn't work!
I have a compaq presario that will connect to my wireless network but when i open internet explorer or mozilla firefox the page will not load and says that the server cannot be found. i don't think the router is the problem since i have a separate computer that connects just fine wirelessly and a ps3 that connects to the internet just fine. the only way i have been able to access the internet with the compaq is plugging it into the modem with the ethernet cable but i want to connect wirelessly.
my vista machine connected to the internet. My PC, a Dell studio 540, worked perfectly well on the BT Homehub2 in our last house but now I have very infrequent access.The wireless adapter connects to the network but not to the internet. I get a 'Identifying public network' message with (no customise option). When I use LAN to connect 'unidentified network'.it will connect via wireless, but it seems random and then if the machine sleeps or is restarted it's back to square one.
So have got fibre optic broadband which meant installing new network and wired/wireless router. Everything working fine except on one (vista) laptop which connects wirelessly but cannot get past the router to the network.
I have an HP Pavilion laptop running vista.We got charter internet with a new Motorola wireless router.My laptop will connect to the router but not the internet. My wife's Sony Vaio, running vista, my son's mac, my android phone all connect fine. If I plug in a cable, I am on line, but not wireless.
can connect to the network but not the internet. In IPCONFIG it says media is disconnected. In properties it says adapter is not connected. But I can see the network, I can ping every computer on the network, just can't get to the internet.Reinstalled all the drivers, tried renew, netsh commands, flushdns, disabled & reenabled. 2 other computers connect to the internet and each other with no problem. Can connect to other WI Fi's too, but still no internet access.
I just did a fresh Windows XP install on my desktop. I've been trying the past couple of days to get it to connect and it has randomly connected online sometimes but most of the time it won't connect. The times it has connected to the internet it has been fine, but then it will disconnect and won't reconnect.
After a couple of hours using the internet, the connection stopped. The wireless router still had an 'Excellent' signal, but it also said I had no internet access. All of the other wireless devices in my house connect to the internet perfectly, including when right next to the laptop.I've tried disabling the firewall and resetting the computer a few times, but nothing seems to pick up the internet access. The troubleshooting guide tells me that it is a problem with the wireless modem, but quite obviously that isn't true.
Title basically sums it up. Whenever my laptop connects to the wireless network in my house, it becomes unusable since nothing can no longer load. I have done a full virus scan and all, found no viruses, adware, spamware, etc. I also downloaded a program to check what programs are using bandwidth but nothing seemed out of the ordinary or enough to completely stop the Internet
Region : Ireland Model : TL-WR841N Hardware Version : V8 Firmware Version : ISP :
I have a problem with using wi-fi. I am able to connect to the router with my Samsung Galaxy S3, Galaxy S2 or my iPad but when i try to use the internet it doesn't work. I tried resetting but the problem is still there
Have two other computers that connect with ease to the Netgear wireless router, but the new computer will not access the internet. I have been searching for answers and have tried about everything I can find nuder similar posts, but I still have not internet access. At varying times, I have had "internet access", but no actual ability to load websites. Right now, I do not even have access. I am at a loss.Even at my low level of experience, I am usually able to tinker until I fix the problem, but I am about four hours in and currently seem to have taken a step backward. I cannot even begin to explain what things I have already tried
I have a Windows 7 computer that was built by ibuypower. It's great, but I ordered a rosewill wireless adapter for it and noticed that my connection strength and speed are both pretty terrible. I went on amazon and bought a TP-Link wireless adapter(TL-WN822N). I installed the most recent "V2" drivers from their website and upon disabling my rosewill adapter and enabling the new TP-Link adapter, I was able to connect to the network, but not access the internet. I have tried power cycling the router, using the reset switch on the router, restarting my computer, and a bunch of commands that I found on this site. Is it possible that I have a defective adapter?
Also, some more information: My isp is comcast and the router is from them as well. Here is my ipconfig /all log for the rosewill adapter(internet access):
C:Windowssystem32>ipconfig /all Windows IP Configuration Host Name . . . . . . . . . . . . : Trauma