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ok...now i guess put the router back in the mix and let's see what happens
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On both computers, neither can connect to the internet through the router. I tried pinging it on each and got the connection timed out message again.
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ok...unplug the modem and the router (power not the ethernet stuff) and turn off the computers...then plug in the modem and let all the lights stabalize...then plug in the router....let the lights stabalize then startup the computers
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Still no internet on either computer after doing that.
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Is there a log in the router that you can look through to see if there is anything getting blocked?
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what if you plug back in directly to the modem?
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Going straight through the modem still works. As for a log, I have no idea. I can't access the router through my pc right now.
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Could you reset the router to manufacturer default, set the pc for a static IP and try to log into it.
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I've already reset the router to factory default. As for setting my pc to static ip, I don't know how I'd do that.
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Connect your computer to the router

go to internet explorer and type: http://www.routerlogin.net

Username: admin
Password: password

If that doesnt work post the ipconfig again please.
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let's take a step back for a second...

we've confirmed that you can now get (on both computers) internet access when connected directly to the modem correct?

your physical setup: wire from the wall to the cable modem...ethernet from the modem to the router, then ethernet from the router to the pc's...correct?

with your pc connected to the router...type http://192.168.1.1 into your webbrowser...what happens?
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I get that "Web Page not found" thingy in both cases. And yes, that's how my setup is.
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I get that page that says Web Page can't be found.

And yes, that's how its setup.
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when you plug your computer into the router, can you do the ipconfig on your computer and post the results please.
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These are the results from the ipconfig with the router plugged in.
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Edited by SurMixAPrise, 19 July 2007 - 06:49 PM.

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