I have connected the computer to the internet a multitude of ways, and no matter how i do it, it always can not receive packets. It is sending packets though.I have tried connecting it directly to the modem, with different wires, through a router, through a network card... I'm pretty much at a loss, im not an expert by any means but im not computer illiterate either. Chances are this is a simple fix... My other computer (the one im on) works fine with both cords, connected directly, and through the router to the modem.
Alright, so we have about six computers on average all on at the same time, working just fine, last night one of the laptops just, stopped working, saying there is no internet access, With every attempt it doesn't send any information. When I disconnect it from the wireless, then reconnect it, it immediately receives packets but won't send any.
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
At random times, my internet will "drop" connection and will not download any packets, but I am still able to send packets. My Local Area Connection icon continues to say I am connected, my modem is fully functional, and my cables are good. I can get my internet back up and running for 10 minutes or so by disable and re-enabling my Network Connection. If I simply try the "repair", it gives me an error at the "Refreshing IP" step.I have done a full system scan for viruses and I am clean. My drivers are fully updated, I have disabled my firewalls, and still no luck. During the times when it is down, I can successfully ping my modem through CMD, but I get the time-out error if I ping a site, my default gateway, the DHCP Server, or the DMS Servers.I have made no changes to any major settings on my computer, nor has there been any recent additions/removals of any software.
I just want to know how or is it possible to hide sent/receive packets from the Router I cracked few days ago?I'm using wifi card airlive wl-1600 usb and the router is TP-Link.I mean how much is possible to hide my connectivity and everything from me with this router?
I've been having this problem on my desktop and it's really annoying when i try to play online games that need a constant connection.I have Windows XP and i'm using a wireless connection via a wireless USB adapter. The problem is that the internet is running fine but at random intervals it starts to not send or receive any packets. This will usually cause my to disconnecting during a game causing other players inconvenience. After I d/c the internet will usually take 5-30 seconds to start sending and receiving packets again and regain connection.
I have a Dell Insipron Mini 1011 and recently I haven't been able to connect to the internet. The network connection says it's connect to linksys, but it sends out more packets than it receives. What can I do to get it to receive more packets? Could it be my area that's causing it not to connect?
I bought a DIR-655 a less than a year ago on amazon, and it was working great up until about 4 weeks ago. Ive noticed that it has been dropping alot of packets while I am gaming on my computer. I would run about 95-98 ping usually and now it jitters every 5-10 mins or so from 95-98 to up to 500. It is really troublesome during games and I dont know what to do. Ive tried disabling QoS and still nothing. I run on wireless G and N with auto 20/40 mhz. Standard WPA(personal) and it was running absolutely great until now. I know its the wireless because I have hardwired it into my laptop, both from the router and just the modem itself with no problems whatsoever. I dont know what to do about it.
For the past 2 days I have been having a problem with my laptop taht, actually a bit old. I also have another pc, a desktop, with a d-link modem and wireless router (DIR-615). The problem is that I can't go on the internet with my laptop, because of a certrain error on the Intel PROSet Troubleshoot: "Did not receive IP addresss", in fact the IP address was written as 0.0.0.0, and when I open the internet browser I can't go on to any page. IO have tried everything, believe me, from switching off every thing, to reinstalling the router, but nothing seems to resolve the error.
I've got an ASUS G50V that I normally connect to the net through a wireless router but I recently bought a router so I can make a physical connection and increase speed. However I cant get it to connect to the router no matter what I do (i had it working for a few hours at one point but it dropped off again).I confirmed it wasnt the router but running a crossover cable from the laptop to my desktop, setting static ips on both. Now I can ping the laptop from my desktop but for some reason I cannot ping the desktop from the lappy. I've tried everything I can think of but no dice.
I'm a beginner on networking, and now i've found a problem while i do an exercise.i have one pc connected at one allied telesys but the last one is a trasparent bridge...the AT is connected whit a fortigate the fortigate does nat..and is connected whit the modem.i can go on server, modem receive ping from pc..is everything right..settings.
I have an old Buffalo router which im trying to connect to a virgin media modemProblem is the router doesn't have a direct Ethernet port for internet, only ADSL.What I thought I could do was connect using one of the LAN ports and make my router think it was receiving internet through a network? Is this possible and how can I do it?
I doubted my internet ADSL is very weak. I used Cisco 877 router to gateway internet.I faced the problem my cisco 877 can't receive signal from ISP but I replaced to use Linksys Cisco. It worked.So I remoted to router and issued command show dsl interface atm 0 it can't generate DMT bit per bin it showed error.
Can receive email but cannot connect to the Internet, my user can get to all shared files on the network and get emails through exchange but cannot browse the internetWe turned off the firewall and checked DNS and the IP. It says the local area connection is connected. We added IE to the exceptions tab in firewall.
I recently migrated keeping my original email address. All went well, except I am unable to receive emails from one of my contacts. I can send to this individual successfully, but when the contact tries to respond the reply kicks back to him telling him that there was a delivery notice failure. Email addresses have been verified by both of us and both are accurate
I have problems in the following scenario. I attached an image with a summary diagram of the network in question. The problem is that on the 3rd floor of the site users connect via wireless fail to connect and receive an IP. But they can not navigate. The second and first floor itself. As you see in the diagram are 3 routers, one per floor. The first is the only router that provides DHCP the other two routers are as simple Access Points.
I have the latest Firmware version 2.05NA on the DIR-825 and while I can make outbound SIP calls I can't receive any inbound calls. The phone will ring but I can't pick-up the call. [code] I am at a loss as to how to register my phone. When I uncheck ALG SIP the phone will not register to my server.I have a Polycom 550 connected to a Trixbox server. The prior router worked great.
I have a Verizon Actiontec router without N band. I cannot receive the signal in the farthest corner of my home. Apparently using an N band router will solve this problem with the higher output. Verizon refuses to send me a new router with N band, stating that they will merely send me a replacement for the current router w/o N band. Therefore I want to change this router out. I don't know if the Actiontec has a built-in modem, and if so, how and what can I use as a replacement router.
I received three things for Christmas: 1. Linksys WiFi E1200, 2. Pandigital Planet tablet, 3. Roku.My family room is on the same level as my Wifi router but about 70 feet apart, but I cannot get a wifi signal in the family room on the Pandigital tablet, however, the Roku seems to be receiving the wifi signal because the Roku works.Is my tablet not working correctly? Can and should my son increase the signal strength of the Linksys
I am unable to receive files from my phone via Bluetooth.Never had a problem before on vista,but my hp pavilion g6 will not receive files.I used to rgt clk on bluetooth symbol + receive file.Don't have this option on 7.