What is this place?
17th February 2007
Also contact your internet provider.
I am a mean boss ⬆️⬆️⬇️⬇️⬅️➡️⬅️➡️??
6th April 2000
Have you tried accessing your router? You wouldn't need an internet connection for that. Just type in 192.168.x.1 or 0. where x.1 or 0 is the address that your router assigns you in your internet browser. If you can't even access that, it's between your router and your system. For an easier solution just make a direct connection to the internet and excluding the router altogether. You'll need to cold-boot the modem after you make the switch, and if you can't connect, call your ISP.
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If you have a LAN cable also set up with another computer, you may (This is what I have to do) disable your LAN (Start, "Connect To", then "Show all connections" and right click the LAN one and press disabe).
I'm way cooler than n0e (who isn't though?)
11th February 2003
Well I dont know what I did... I just disabled the second Gigabit dual LAN, and then I got internet :\ but there was still the yellow (!) sign on the first one. So I dont care whats wrong I got internet on it lol. (faster download updates straight on computer rather than on CD then take it computer)
Lord Anubis;3846180Click Start > Run > then type cmd and hit enter. That'll bring up the command prompt. From there type ipconfig/all and hit enter again. You just want to make sure that the IP address your getting is from your ISP and not a private one generated by your PC.
At the moment the beginning octets that determine if its a private address are eluding me so I can't post them here.
If he's using a router then ipconfig/all will only show private addresses, the computer is getting them from the router, not the ISP.