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  Reply # 497315 24-Jul-2011 11:23
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If you are using the router, the PC wireless network properties should be set to automatic as well, like the ethernet is.




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  Reply # 497576 25-Jul-2011 12:55
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poumi: I did steps 1-4 but step 5 is where it fell to pieces, cant access the router configuration. Is 198.162.2.1.1 what I should be typing into my web browser? That was what I found when I tried looking up the router which is a Micronet SP916NL Wireless Broadband Router.


Where did the extra digit come from? It could be either 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.1.1 but not both!




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  Reply # 497669 25-Jul-2011 16:12
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Neither one works : (

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  Reply # 497675 25-Jul-2011 16:20
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So what happened with Wireless set to automatic instead of manual IP configuration?






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  Reply # 497686 25-Jul-2011 16:42
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No change that I could tell, still no internet if I don't have wires plugged in.

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  Reply # 497690 25-Jul-2011 16:52
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Honestly I recommend you get someone in as from my observation this is going from bad to worse.

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  Reply # 497706 25-Jul-2011 18:01
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Anyone know what the cheapest way to get this done by getting someone in would be? It will only take someone who knows what they are doing 10-15 minutes max!

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  Reply # 497710 25-Jul-2011 18:28
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Hi, you have a PM,

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  Reply # 497739 25-Jul-2011 20:37
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Cheers Cyril, have responded and PM'd the guy, waiting for a response.

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