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aWaz

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Hello,


I'm not very experienced at all this networking stuff. I have problem involving belkin router. At first i connected my desktop and it connected to the internet with no problems, but after i connected my laptop the desktop lost the connection and a message was displayed "limited or no connectivity". Its says that this problem occurred because the network did not assign a network address to the computer. Although, the laptop has connection, but desktop doesn't.

Any help would be appreciated.
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do you know how to log into your router?
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Thanks for reply

But I don't know how to.
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what model is the router?
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Please if anyone knows the solution help me.
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Try typing

192.168.1.1

Does that bring up a login and a password prompt?
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Belkin use a server addy of 192.168.2.1 and gets you to the interface and by default the password is blank(just press enter when prompted). If you click on restart router on the left and enter password if set. Or you con just unplug the router and plug it back in. Let the lights go solid on the internet(wan) and power. Make sure the wireless light is on. See if you can connect.

Note: If you haven't set a password you should.
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Yes set a password as it is very easy to gain access to other routers home pages around your neighborhood and they can mess everything up.
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