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Check my INTERNET settings!!!

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#1 Pajajn


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Posted 15 October 2011 - 07:03 AM

Hi everyone im using Wireless USB adapter downstairs to the Router Belkin G+ Mimo
and using WPA+PSK Tkip encryption channel 6

sometimes it gets like this: Posted Image
and when that happens it doesnt work again before i reset the entire router..

I use Static to my computer because else my sisters Windows7 laptop steals my IP and i get "ipconflict"..
Sometimes i also use OpenDNS

Could anyone help me get threw my IP configuration/Internet TCP/IP settings and HOST files
to see if there is any problem?

thanks on forehand
Regards "pajajn"

Edited by Orange Blossom, 25 November 2012 - 10:35 PM.

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#2 jayges7


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Posted 17 October 2011 - 11:14 AM

Your configuration seems to be ok. You have a valid ip address within the range of the router ip:, subnet mask is ok too. So maybe the problem is the router. First let me tell you that I used to have one of those belkin routers and I had to change it cause it always dropped the signal and I had to restart the router over and over during the day. When researching to resolve the trouble I found out that a lot of people had the same problem. It seems that a lot of belkin routers are well know for dropping the signal intermitently. Also if you have a trouble with ip conflicts is mainly because the DHCP server in your router isn't working fine.

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