Okay, that's definitely a router
I'm still a little skeptical about your current IP schema, and I have a feeling that this could definitely be contributing to the problem at hand. The inconsistancy that I see is that your DHCP Server is assigned to 10.59.224.1, which is fine as it's a 10.* address. However all of your other details fail to follow this format. Your IP Address and Default Gateway should both start with 10.* according to your DHCP Server.. Personally, I'd suggest that you attempt to re-setup your network by following the steps listed in SpaceCowboy's Networking Tutorial
-- if you decide to follow these steps (which I believe would be a good idea), please let me know.
If you do not wish to re-setup your network, then please do the following --
Disconnect the "working" computer from the router (unplug the Ethernet cable). Once done, connect your Laptop to the router via the same Ethernet cable. Now (on the laptop), goto Start
--> Network Connections
--> Right click on your Local Area Connection
--> Select Properties
--> Click on Internet Protocl (TCP/IP)
once and press the Properties
button --> Select the option Use the following IP Address:
--> Enter in the IP Address
[188.8.131.52], Subnet Mask
[255.255.248.0] and Default Gateway
[184.108.40.206] --> Now select Use the following DNS Servers
--> Enter in these two DNS Servers
[220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168] --> Press OK
. Once done, press OK and then attempt to connect to the Internet; are you able to?
If you still cannot connect, then retun your settings to Obtain an IP Address automatically
and Obtain DNS Server address automatically
and reboot your computer.