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Connected to a wired network but I have no internet...please help


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#1 cmac739

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Posted 19 September 2011 - 08:02 AM

Hello,

So I am working over seas in china for the year. I was able to connect to the internet through an ethernet cable for the last few weeks. When I first connected, I was connected to "Network 2", and everything was fine. Now, however, whenever I plug in my ethernet cord, I am only able to connect to "Network 3." When I connected to "Network 3", I do not have internet connection. (It says "No Network Access." I ran into this problem a few weeks ago, and was only able to fix it by doing a factory reset on my computer. I really don't want to keep having to do this every 2 weeks. Does anyone know what is going on? I have uninstalled my anti virus, and I don't think a firewall is blocking my connection. I have tried connecting my ethernet cable in different locations, and I get the same result.

I have a RealTek PCIe Family Controller LAC. In my adapter settings menu, this is labeled as "Local Area Connection." For some reason, I also have a "Local Area Connection 2". This is a Intel® Centrino® WiMAX 6250. Should I have two LACs?

If you need any more info, please let me know. Thanks a bunch!

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