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problems with IP address and wireless connection


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Oh, maybe this will help. When I first thought of that....that I should go unblock what was blocked I moved those 7 alerts to the trusted zone. They are still there...would you like a screen shot of that?
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That could help, Yes.
Also under the Main tab (instead of the alerts one) there is an Advanced button.
Click that. There should be something about saving log files.
Go to that path and find the log files.

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try this...
click on start...run..type in ...cmd...press enter or click on OK...in the dos box type in ipconfig /flushdns then press enter..
be sure you put a space between ipconfig and the /
type in exit
reboot
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Thanks Happyrck But that didn't work either

Artellos, I messaged you with the stuff you wanted. I really hope we can figure this out.
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Try following these instructions.

In Zone Alarm, Go to the "Program Control" Menu with the "Programs" tab.
Under that tab, look for "Generic Host Process for Win32 Services".
It should have 4 green ticks to it.

Then go to the "Firewall" menu with the "Zones" tab.
Under that tab, ONLY If you don't recognize it.
Remove the following entries:
65.54.195.188
 70.46.29.42
 70.46.29.42
 65.54.225.102
 206.190.50.59
 216.239.116.167
 216.239.116.64
I assume you added these entries when you where at the hotel?

This is a start.
Keep me up to date :)

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Olrik

Edited by Artellos, 11 April 2008 - 02:21 AM.

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Yea i added those because it blocked them and I thought that was why I wasn't getting connected. I did notice that all of the win32 things were getting blocked. I'm going home and lunch to try it. I'll get back to you. :)
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Yay!! It worked! You guys are great. I'm telling all my friends about this forum! :)
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I'm glad it works! :)
Thanks for posting back with the finishing results! We love to hear a user is happy his computer is working as intended again! :)
Enjoy!

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Olrik
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