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post #11 of 23
if you connect directly to the modem it should not be a 192 network. It should reflect your public IP address as your computer's IP.

If you're plugged in directly to the modem you may need to power cycle it again for it to receive an IP. I have to do the same with my motorola surfboard it seems.

if you get spotty internet while connected directly to the modem, it could be a problem with your cabling. If you have cable internet it could be a failing splitter somewhere. Could be outside in a box attached to a wall (the demarc?)

edit: i see you're on a router/modem combo. Nvm it will be a 192 network unless otherwise specified. Check your cabling from your computer to your modem/router. Does this affect any other computer on the network? Try to see if you can get to the router interface and manually remove your non working computer's DHCP lease. Then try renewing it.
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post #12 of 23
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Originally Posted by ntherblast View Post

In ipv4 I set it as
Ip address: 192.168.1.10
Subetmask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.0.1
Dns:192.168.0.1

I don't know much about that specific modem, but for seperate modem/router configurations if you are directly connected to your modem and have completely bypassed the router, having the default gateway and dns pointing at the router won't work. With the combo hardware, I am not sure if that holds true. If you have manually changed settings, I would go back and change it to obtain the settings automatically, then unplug your modem and reconnect it.
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no each device on your network needs a unique IP address xD! ie 192.168.0.100
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Quote:
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It just through me off that your dns was pointing to the router but it should be pulling dns settings from the router that is why.
Either way have the pc request an ip address from dhcp or manually set it too 192.168.0.2-255 to keep it on the 255.255.255.0 subnet. right now your pc address is somewhere in the 255.255.0.0 range.

Tried didn't work
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Well the windows network diagnostic isn't resulting in the local ip error anymore it just says troubleshooting couldn't identify the problem
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what IP address is your router? and how many other deives are on the network?
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what IP address is your router? and how many other deives are on the network?

192.168.0.1

I'm connected directly to the router turned off wifi and put it in bridge mode
post #18 of 23
try setting the same setting as before and the ip 192.168.0.200


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Also why is the router in bridged mode?
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try setting the same setting as before and the ip 192.168.0.200
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Also why is the router in bridged mode?

I'm only using the modem part until I solve this so there's no point of using the router. I already tried it with the router enabled. I still have the question if my isp blocked me from getting an ip cause they found out I moved the modem? I'm still paying for it if it matters and it worked 2 months fine before this happened
post #20 of 23
its normal for the setup to be normal router then the modem, it shouldnt be in bridged mode as you wont have a source of dhcp / dns, you neeed to set it back to router mode,

You will have 2 IP's. INternal and external, they wont have stopped you gertting a external one not internal one
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