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Yeah, DNS works when on switch, there are ips listed like usual.

Also I try pinging other sites when on router. It says Destination Net Unreachable as a reply from my router.
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What firmware is your router on?

 

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Yeah, DNS works when on switch, there are ips listed like usual.
Also I try pinging other sites when on router. It says Destination Net Unreachable as a reply from my router.

If you run the ipconfig /all command, is it giving you a default gateway and DNS address?
You've probably already tried to revert the router to default settings, if you have and it didn't work, I'd contact the company or your ISP if your leasing it. I've seen routers die in many ways, from not showing a default gateway, DHCP crapping out, to the WAN port shorting out, to not being able to resolve a DNS, to loosing connectivity slowly, to rebooting randomly. They are really sensitive and will bite the dust before any other component with a small power surge.
Edited by pengs - 11/17/11 at 12:47pm
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Well, I got a new router and all the problems got fixed.

Just wondering, what's on the router installation disk? Just drivers or something? Cause the new router had the same DNS problems until I ran the installation disk.
    
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No, no drivers on the disk. Usually just a proprietary software to manage the router, and does a DHCP handshake on your computer to assign IP and DNS and Gateway.
If anything, write down the DNS that is given to you by your ISP. But then I would either set to a static DNS such as OpenDNS or Google's DNS. Do that both on your router and on your computer.
Dont forget to setup your new router correctly, WiFi encryption, turn of SSID if you can, etc.

Googles DNS: 8.8.8.8 & 8.8.4.4
OpenDNS: 208.67.222.222 & 208.67.222.220

Your old router could have gone bad. As said, seen it before, and does happen.

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