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Topic # 85566 21-Jun-2011 13:20
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I was using my computer this morning when the wireless signal dropped out.  The computer is running Vista. I rebooted the router which is a Belkin Wireless N connected to a Linksys VOIP box. Once rebooted the computer will only connect locally, no internet at all. Same issue on my Linux Mint laptop.  My Acer Iconia tablet and Galaxy S work fine via Wireless.   Any ideas what is going on? Thanks

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  Reply # 483642 21-Jun-2011 13:44
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Are you sure your Tab and Galaxy are going through wireless and not 3G?
Doesn't make sense that 2 PCs wont get net through the same router that gives your Tab and Phone Internet otherwise.

What lights are on on your Belkin? Do your phones work (VoIP ones)?



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  Reply # 483650 21-Jun-2011 13:53
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Well the Tab only has Wifi so yep I'm sure its going through router, and I had data roaming turned off on the Galaxy S.. and wifi enabled. Phone through VOIP box is working

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 483651 21-Jun-2011 13:55
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All router lights and voip box lights are normal

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