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dairyman46290

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I have an older dell dimension and a laptop that im trying to connect to the internet. All of these computers have been setup for my old work network. I have tried everything I can think of to fix this and im not having any luck. I have changed the ip and subnet mask addresses to the switched them to automatic. I bought linksys 5 port switch to hook my two computers up and my roommates computer up together up in a small network but none of my computers will access the internet. Please if anyone has any suggestions they would be greatly appreciated.

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Is your network connected to the internet through a router?
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If you are using a router, why don't you check the option to use DHCP, which will let the router automatically assign IP addresses. That would help insure that there's not a conflict with your IP addresses.
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