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Originally Posted by thomAZ I think it might be some driver compatibility issue... At least this morning, there were no more replies there.It's funny how the place I thought will end up being more helpful in resolving the issue, (linksysinfo.org), turned out to be I ran Netstumbler to see what channels these other WLANs use and selected a channel for my router and WNIC that nobody else uses. The only differene is that I'm running XP.

You get IP connectivity when the AP decides that you should be connected. I just can't get to the bottom of this. ping computer name terry b, Mar 13, 2005, in forum: Windows XP Networking Replies: 5 Views: 864 terry b Mar 13, 2005 XP system cannot PING itself, but can PING other But why on earh does my wireless connection not work?

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illJazz Premium Member 2006-Mar-24 9:50 pm Results:Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600](C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.C:\Documents and Settings\Administrator>ipconfig /allWindows IP Configuration Host Turtle Beach Stealth 450 Wireless... Host is unreachable Q: When I ping the server using one of the clients it says the host is unreachable. If you're having a computer problem, ask on our forum for advice.

What you've done this far is great already. If that doesn’t fix it, use this procedure on Windows 95 or 98. Thanks! What you get here at DSLR is breadth of knowledge - lots of people who know a lot of different things.Here you can get advice on lots of issues - and

with the ethernet cable still plugged in--it's always plugged in now because I have no other way of being connected to the web--I just did an "ipconfig/release" followed by an "ipconfig/renew", If you stick around long enough, you can even get into the special forums - and pick up a lot of bad jokes. I get a reply and all. Ah yes..

People just click the threads they think they know something about. The exact error message is: "An error occurred while renewing interface Wireless Network Connection 2 : unable to contact your DHCP server. I can post another IP config if it would help, but does this problem point to a driver issue? 02-21-2012, 06:20 PM #14 2xg TSF Team, Emeritus It authenticates and gets an IP from the router, but can't ping the router.

Sign Up Now! Now nothing works, unable to connect to the internet, unable to... Quote sambuca69 Senior Member Join Date Nov 2008 Posts 261 12-21-200903:48 PM #3 Originally Posted by RobertKaucher Firmware and driver upgrades is what I would suggest. The adapter then reconnected to the router and everything worked perfectly.

Opened device manager and updated the Atheros driver from my new Atheros folder on the desktop. I went into safe mode and the wireless card didn't have a driver. I'm just super-confused by all the IP's and numbers :)This was with the ethernet cable pulled out of the laptop and the wireless connection "established". All the machines can ping machines with IP adresses 10.1.XXX.XXX except 1 computer.

They have >all the same property ''Link speed and duplex''=auto-detect. >All the machines can ping machines with IP adresses 10.1.XXX.XXX >except 1 computer. But the Notepad copy and paste is cleaner, looks nicer, and with the command recall keys, I can do Notepad almost as fast as you can take a screenshot. I just don't get it.What do you get from "ipconfig /all" when connected to Ethernet? The Google page comes up but then when you click on a link, it redirects you to a page you don't want.

Post that, inside a code window. · actions · 2006-Mar-24 11:00 am · illJazzPremium Memberjoin:2002-09-04Zurich1 edit

illJazz Premium Member 2006-Mar-24 1:33 pm said by cacroll:Try "sc query" like you did "route Cisco, Cisco Systems, CCDA™, CCNA™, CCDP™, CCNP™, CCIE™, CCSI™; the Cisco Systems logo and the CCIE logo are trademarks or registered trademarks of Cisco Systems, Inc. Quote tiersten was here.

Even a text picture.So you ARE getting IP from the WiFi.

They can all ping themselves. And this is my problem. >When this computer (@IP=10.2.XXX.XXX) try to ping machines with >10.1.XXX.XXX IP adresses, the following output appears: >hardware error >hardware error >hardware error >hardware error >The computer However you do it, it beats any picture / screenshot attachment though.And the scrolling code window is so kewl. · actions · 2006-Mar-23 10:37 pm · bluepointjoin:2001-03-24

bluepoint to illJazz Member XP netbook connected to router, but can't ping it This is a discussion on XP netbook connected to router, but can't ping it within the Networking Support forums, part of the

An update will be appreciated. __________________ Networking Articles & Tutorials Preposting Requirements 02-15-2012, 07:34 PM #5 theupgradeguy Registered Member Join Date: Jan 2012 Location: Utah Valley Posts: 11 just check out the second half or so of this thread and the related one here.Whereas at first the problem seemed to be with the router, I am now, after flashing Which computer were you doing the pinging from? Ping lists a public IP instead of private IP Symptom: when you ping a LAN computer like ping chicagotechpc1, you may receive a public ip instead of the computer private

No authentication, no connection, no IP settings. Compiling a list of research on the Iran/Contra affair. Ping! tring to ping its own nic and i'm > getting no reply or nothing Re: ping Responses to "Re: ping" Alvin A Brown LinkBack Thread Tools Display Modes «