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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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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.

you know thats internal right 90%+ of the home routers on this plannet probley use that tongue.gif

And ah cool, so yeh i would advise you test the cable next, it could have become damaged or something, definatley worth a try (youcould check if anyones got a cable tester to hand hear you smile.gif)
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you know thats internal right 90%+ of the home routers on this plannet probley use that tongue.gif
And ah cool, so yeh i would advise you test the cable next, it could have become damaged or something, definatley worth a try (youcould check if anyones got a cable tester to hand hear you smile.gif)
Yes, I have tried 4 cables. None of them worked with my laptop. All of them worked on the desktop downstair. Even the one I use. New out of the box with the router. All tested at desktop downstairs. Nothing wrotng with them. All 70 mbps and 10up.

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Have you tried adding the MAC from your wifi NIC in your router's MAC tables?
How do I do this? smile.gif
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Have you tried adding the MAC from your wifi NIC in your router's MAC tables?
How do I do this? smile.gif

Log in to your router directly and find the section where you can add MAC addresses to specific devices.
    
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Log in to your router directly and find the section where you can add MAC addresses to specific devices.

Where can I find my mac address? smile.gif

bare with me, this field is my weak point.
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Log in to your router directly and find the section where you can add MAC addresses to specific devices.

Where can I find my mac address? smile.gif

bare with me, this field is my weak point.

Go to Network & Sharing (from Start Menu or Control Panel), then to Change Adapter Settings (left), then right-click on your local network and select Status, and then finally click Details. Your MAC address is your 'Physical Address'.
    
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Go to Network & Sharing (from Start Menu or Control Panel), then to Change Adapter Settings (left), then right-click on your local network and select Status, and then finally click Details. Your MAC address is your 'Physical Address'.

I tried, but it didn't work. I put my mac adresse inn with my IP 192.168.1.1. Didn't work. :/
Still unidentified network.

Edit:
Tried with another adress with 169.254.64.26.
And I see it sends packages but doesn't recieve!?
Edited by Olaipai - 8/8/12 at 7:03am
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192.168.1.1 is usaly your router so i dont think it would give out this address xD

Have you tried manuly setting the Ip on the computer?

(also IPV6 wont fdo anything like this to anwswer your previous question smile.gif )
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192.168.1.1 is usaly your router so i dont think it would give out this address xD
Have you tried manuly setting the Ip on the computer?
(also IPV6 wont fdo anything like this to anwswer your previous question smile.gif )

I changed it too 169.264.64.26. That also didn't work.
If I am, how do I know what to put it and how do I find it? smile.gif
I reserved a slot on the router, didn't work.
I am trying now, and btw: How do I know my DNS and such? smile.gif
Thank you for answer.
I now changed my IP to 192.168.1.99. No success. :/
Can this have anything to do with me far away from the router??
post #20 of 40
the 169 range is for when windows can not speak to anything so it assignts it itself, you need to assain yourself one in the subnet of the router, ie 192.168.1.25

to set the ip of the computer you can follow this
http://www.howtogeek.com/howto/19249/how-to-assign-a-static-ip-address-in-xp-vista-or-windows-7/

for the dns and such you can either use the routers IP address (some allow this not all) or you can use 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 (googles servers)

it could be becasue you are far away but its highy doutfull as you have have to be VERY far away redface.gif
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