|22 Jul 2011||#1|
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home network crashed
I was having some issues with seeing other PC's on my network. I was getting times zone errors about UTC and GMT. So I decided to update the firmware. I did and all went well, I thought. I did my wireless router first which is daisy chained to my wired router. This was to extend my home network. After upgrade all laptops could connect, so I upgrade wired...it to was successful. Then it just kept trying to connect and never did and I lost my whole network. To check the to make sure it was the router I moved LAN cable from modem and plug into NIC on PC...got internet. When running the trouble shooter I kept getting "invalid IP configuration" message. I tried everything to get it to work but couldn't. So who's got the answer for me....
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