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sudden Belkin connectivity problem

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I have a Belkin Share N300 & it's been happily connecting 3 laptops to the internet for the last 4 months, but suddenly the Toshiba laptop won't connect anymore.
It still says it's connected to the Belkin - excellent signal etc. but on the Wireless connection settings it says the IPv4 connectivity is 'local only' whereas it previously said 'internet'.
I've tried all the obvious things like unplugging the modem, running all the repair & diagnostic stuff, but I can't think what to do.
The Toshiba hasn't had any recent changes - no new software/hardware or anything. I've done scans and there's no sign of virus or anything nasty lurking. It just seemed to lose it's ability to connect out of the blue.
Would be really grateful if anyone could suggest anything - thanks!
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