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Getting Rid of 169 IP and getting 192 IP


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tventullo

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I have a D-link wireless router with a PCI adapter and im trying to get some internet access... i hooked it all up and it says that there is an excellent wireless connection but I have no connectivity to the internet.. i cant do anything with the internet... I check the IP and its a 169 ip but I was told I need to get a 192 ip address and then it would work... I tried shutting down everything for 20 + mins and then throwing it all back on but that did not solve the problem.

anyone know of anything that I can try to do to fix this problem ??
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chicagotech

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The DHCP doesn't assign IP to the computer. I would low the security first. these two pages may help,

wireless setup2) If wireless status shows excellent but ip is 169.xxx. Resolutions: 1. If you enable Web, make sure you use the correct keys. ...
http://www.chicagote...et/wireless.htm

sent packets on wirelessSent packets only on a wireless computer. Situation: one of our users has a XP computer with wireless connection. The computer receive the signal but the ...
http://www.howtonetw...sentpacket1.htm
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