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Hello there!

I have som problems, after I got a new router I get "Unidentified Network" on my laptop. (Only PC I have at the moment).
I am currently sitting three floors above the router. I got cables for LAN through out the house. Not too many.
On the last router I had a Dlink dir-655 extreme I got verified up here in the third floor and had full bandwith 70/10
I am out of clues I do not know what to do. frown.gif

I have tried:

Installing Realiable multicast protocol.
Different cables using cat5e atm.
I am 100% sure it is my laptop or router. Another laptop and a desktop had the same problems.
I am currently going on wireless
Reseting the router
Release and renew ip
I am using Wpa2-Personal security
I got 8 clients on my router according to it.


In the house:
2x desktops - Only one hooked up to the net (the other one used to be the one hooked up to the net)
2x Laptops - wireless all the time (except the one I am trying to connect to ethernet)
Android phones - 3 of them - wireless not all the time.
A playstation 3.

That is basicly what is going on the net in the house.

Router that is used now is an ASUS RT-N66U Dark Knight 11n N900 Router.
Reason for the new router was due to the sufficient range of the old router. It couldn't feed anything in the other side of the house.
As said the old router was a Dlink Dir-655 Extreme.


Any suggestions to what can solve my problem?

This is my internet atm: http://www.speedtest.net/result/2102743843.png
This is how it is supposed to be: http://speedtest.net/result/1855315441.png

CMD Ipconfig: (My computer is Norwegian as me, but you should understand what it says)

Thanks! I am desperate. I will try anything. bruce.gif
Edited by Olaipai - 8/5/12 at 8:14am
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Looks like its not obtaining an IP correctly. Try setting all the IPs manually so you will have 192.168.1.2 and 3 for desktop and so on.
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does the interent not work with these settings :s? Are you using the wlan or wired as well?

can cou give us the output of route print smile.gif
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does the interent not work with these settings :s? Are you using the wlan or wired as well?
can cou give us the output of route print smile.gif

I have wired hooked up and wlan at the same time. But it doesn't matter if I turn wlan off. Wlan works well.

There you have it. Please tell me you have the solution! smile.gif

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Looks like its not obtaining an IP correctly. Try setting all the IPs manually so you will have 192.168.1.2 and 3 for desktop and so on.

And I have checked that none of the computers have the same IP. And I tried just now with new IP's on the laptop. Didn't work. Might IPv6 have anything to do with this?
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Do you have a virtual machine installed?
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Do you have a virtual machine installed?

Nope, nothing.
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Is there a reason you cant just use wlan xD?

Also do you have wireshar installed smile.gif? Your machine isnt geting a wired address for some reason so the 3 options are reserve a adress on the router for it, manualy set a ip on it, or get wireshark to see what is happening on the wire smile.gif


(Ooh a stupid question have you tried with a different wire? I work tech support and someone had the same issue ... it turns out the ethernet wire he had only had 1 wire on the in side xD haha made us laugh when he sent the photo of it =D)
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Is there a reason you cant just use wlan xD?
Also do you have wireshar installed smile.gif? Your machine isnt geting a wired address for some reason so the 3 options are reserve a adress on the router for it, manualy set a ip on it, or get wireshark to see what is happening on the wire smile.gif
(Ooh a stupid question have you tried with a different wire? I work tech support and someone had the same issue ... it turns out the ethernet wire he had only had 1 wire on the in side xD haha made us laugh when he sent the photo of it =D)

I am using wlan. But it is too unstable and abit laggy. I am three floors above it. And i have 15 mbps download out of 70 available. I want what I pay for, and now it is something stoping me. By wire, do you mean cable? If so - Yes I have tried different cable.
How do I save a spot for me oon the router and how do I manually set the IP. What do I put in there? I am not sure.

Thanks for answer
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Have you tried adding the MAC from your wifi NIC in your router's MAC tables?
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Looks like its not obtaining an IP correctly. Try setting all the IPs manually so you will have 192.168.1.2 and 3 for desktop and so on.

Holy shiz... If that's his IP Number, he might live just doors away from me... My IP is so close to that, it's not even funny.
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