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Is it a static IP or dynamic?

I do not know.
    
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Have you tried unplugging your modem for 30 sec or so?

Have you tried safe mode with the networking option to see if you can run your programs?
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Have you tried unplugging your modem for 30 sec or so?

Have you tried safe mode with the networking option to see if you can run your programs?
Yep and Yep.
    
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How do I view the Hosts file?



Ok, connected directly to my radio/modem, ipconfig gives me an IP address of 169.254.1.3. According to the sites you listed my IP is ********

I did a tracert with my router connected:




The third jump has a similar IP address, would that be the router that may be blocking me?

Hosts opens in notepad, but nevermind that as your ip appears to be local.

You might not want to post your actual IP here. other is local so it doesn't matter.

I'm not really sure how this wireless service works that you have, I'm guessing it's not a actual modem? is it like a community wifi network or something that you would not have access to? If it's like a actual modem it has settings/configuration of its own that you may be able to change.

O.k. same thing again but you wanna go to default gateway, open it in your browser should be like "169.254.1" or something of the sort so you would go to "http://169.254.1".

If you have a actual box you can lookup the model number and there will be details on how to go about bridging it for use with a router.

You might also need to do this to find out the password...... try the general things admin/password admin/admin sometimes it's just admin as password or username.
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Well, it was a relatively simple fix. Turns out one of my ISP's routers was corrupted (the one I was connected too), and a simple reboot of that router fixed my problem for now until the router can be replaced.

Oddly enough his shop and home run through the same router, but he wasn't having issues.

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I didn't read the whole thread but I'll give my advice nonetheless. Make sure that the firewall on your router (if it has one) is disabled.

If you're using Windows 7, then you need to go to Start->Control Panel->Administrative Tools->Windows Firewall with Advanced Security and all three firewalls are disabled--Domain, Private, and Public. Do this for testing purposes. Later on you can enable the firewall that you're connected to. For example when you connect to the internet/network you're either in Doman, Private or Public network. That's why there are 3 firewalls that you need to disable or at least disable the one that you're connected to.

Edit: I just saw you've resolved the issue. Never mind then...
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