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cannot connect to home wireless network

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i am using windows xp sp3. i have a siemense adsl sl2-141 router. i have 1 desktop pc and 2 laptops. i can connect to the internet using one of my laptops and the desktop pc. but i cannot connect using my second laptop. the windows network connection says that i am connected to my home network but still i cannot go online. i equated the ip address and the default gateway they look good. meaning ip address is incremented by one form pc to a laptop. and the default gateway is the same. to repair the wireless connection with success. it was indicating that i am connected to my home network but i could not go online. i tried ipconfig/release and then ipconfig/renew but still cannot go online.i even tried to manually stop and start wireless zero configuration at services.msc but again it says that i am connected but i cannot go online. can someone please help. i ran out of options... in addition i also restarted the laptop several times and the router but with the same results


Edited by ekikos, 23 October 2008 - 02:46 PM.

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