|06 Jun 2012||#1|
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Powerline Adapters don't connect to the internet. Unidentified Network
Hi seven forums!
I bought a powerline adapter to hook my computer up to the internet with because my wifi could not reach my wifi card very well. When I use the powerline adapter my computer says UNIDENTIFIED NETWORK NO NETWORK CONNECTION. When I move my computer to the router and I use a direct ethernet connection it works without a flaw. I can't keep my computer in that room so I need to figure a way to fix my powerline problem. Any ideas? I already manually put my ipv4 address, subnet mask, and default gateway in but that still didn't work.
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