Quote: Originally Posted by mortrca
I contacted my ISP and they stepped me through turning my modem/router into just a basic modem. Having done that, I'm in the same position as I was before, where just the 1 computer does not connect.
Disabling DHCP on the modem/router may or may not fix this problem depending on many factors.
The problem I noticed in the last ipconfig was that you have nothing coming from your regular router so it probably needs to be reset or the correct settings haven't been typed in.
You will need to type in two DNS servers into the settings on your regular router and also enable DHCP on your router.
After doing that try posting the ipconfig/all again so I can see if the secondary default gateway is gone and that you are obtaining an IP from your regular router.