Wireless Card issues
Posted 04 December 2006 - 10:50 PM
Posted 05 December 2006 - 06:46 AM
Hope you using XP Pro like your profile says Please follow the steps below to perform a ping test during a loss of connectivity.
1. Click on "Start"
2. Click on "Run"
3. Type in: cmd and press OK
4. From the command console type in: ipconfig and press Enter
5. Copy down the default gateway address listed
6. Close out the command console window
7. Open internet explorer and in the address bar type in the default gateway address from step 5 and press enter
8. When the Pop-up appears asking for a username and password enter the required inputs from step 43 of this thread.
9. Depending on your brand of router you need to navigate to the Status section of your configuration and locate your ISP's Default gateway address (not the same as the default gateway address form step 5). My router config "Status" looks like this, yours may or may not be similiar:
10. Copy down the address
11. Close out the Internet Explorer
12. Click on "Start"
13. Click on "Run"
14. Type in: cmd and hit enter
15. From the command console type in: ping youraddresshere -l 1000 -t and then press enter. Where it says youraddresshere in the ping command just insert the gateway address you copied down in step 10. so my ping command would look like this: ping 126.96.36.199 -l 1000 -t
*** In the ping command this "-l" is a lowercase L not a 1. ***
16. Now minimize the command console window and leave it running and continue using your pc as normal.
17. After you have noticed that you lost connectivity let it run for about 1 minute, then maximize your command console window and press and hold the "CTRL" + "C" key to stop the test. Copy your results back here.
Edited by SpaceCowboy706, 05 December 2006 - 06:47 AM.
Posted 05 December 2006 - 10:40 AM
Posted 05 December 2006 - 07:25 PM
I was unable to get into the network router of the hotel I am currently staying in.
Wooah horsey You will have to contact the Motels IT Tech for your problem. I cannot assist you any further, since your are not the administrator. Sorry.
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