I'm having a problem connecting to the net always. Randomly says limited or no connectivity if my computer is turned on and I notice that I have no default gateway. I have to unplugged and plugged in again the router in order for me to get a default gateway and connect to the net.
One solution I've tried work for one day when I set my IP address, subnet mask and default gateway manually but the next day I wasn't able to connect again. I had to go and ask the permission of my landlord to unplugged and plugged the router back and it's really annoying already so I need to find a better solution. After unplugging and plugging back the router I was able to connect then and maybe after turning off this pc then turning it back on I'm gonna lose my net again.
Router Linksys: WRT120N
ISP: PLDT MY DSL
Last edited by crozbone12; 12-07-10 at 02:25 AM.
Have you tried any of my tips in my stickied "Wireless Network Tips" thread atop this forum?
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Yes sir I already had a look on the wireless networking tips you posted and tried some of them like changing the channel but it didn't work.. I still get disconnected suddenly then I can't connect already "limited or no connectivity". I tried to look at the settings but everything was fine except for the fact that our landlord's pc where the modem and router is connected always say that there is an IP ADDRESS conflict. I'm not sure if it's the reason why I get disconnected and cannot connect again.
when using ipconfig /renew in the CMD it says can't contact DHCP server even if the router and modem is up and my landlord is even using the net on the pc where router and modem is connected.
Im running the WIN XP SP3 (first Drive)-WIN 7 (Second Drive)
Last edited by crozbone12; 12-09-10 at 04:05 AM.