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Problem with connection to wireless router
In my office, I setup a Cisco wireless router WVRS4400n model. There is wireless laptop and a desktop system (with wireless adapter) and a wireless printer.
I was able to connect to desktop and printer and browse the internet too.
But the problem is with the laptop. When I connect laptop to the router, it says that it is "connected" but I was not able to browse the internet at all. I have tried many ways but not able to browse the internet even the connection shows that it is connected.
Operating system is Windows 7 Home premium 64bit
plz help me out!!
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|16 Sep 2011||#2|
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Hi there and Welcome to SF,
Please try the following suggestions, there's no need to move on to the next task if it works:
Disable any Firewall or Security Software for now.
Remove all wireless network stored in your computer, then re-add your own SSID. If the network is secured, make sure to type in the correct network key.
Wireless Network - Remove
Make sure that DHCP is enabled both in your wired and wireless settings and 'Obtain DNS server address automatically' is also enabled.
Setting Up a DHCP Ethernet Connection in Windows Vista/7 - Virginia Tech Knowledge Base [answers.vt.edu]
Verify that you're not using any Proxy Servers, remove if found.
How to Remove a Proxy Server | eHow.com
If above suggestions didn't work at all, please provide us an output of your computer's ipconfig /all:
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