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Router problems - help please

Bobef90 Avatar
7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
I have a Range Max Netgear router (no modem).
It currently allows me to get emails, itunes, etc but will not return a web page.
This is on all of the PCs in the house (4).

ANy ideas?

Probably have to go methinks.

ANyone recomend or have for sale a decent wireless router (with modem ideally)

Thanks
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7y, 8m agoPosted 7 years, 8 months ago
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#1
I use a Belkin Modem Router. My house has three floors, with a computer on each one, plus two laptops. I have the laptops connected wirelessly, but the main computer is connected to a homeplug. The modem/router is on the ground floor. I use the Homeplugs because of the difficulty getting a good signal at the top of the house. I have not set up a network, but I know the router and homeplugs could achieve this.
#2
check firewall settings on router for http and port 80 traffiic allowed inbound and outbound on an any/any basis
#3
try going start>Run>CMD

type: ipconfig /release
press enter
type: ipconfig /renew
press enter

see if that lets you get toi a web page
#4
Jetpac
try going start>Run>CMD

type: ipconfig /release
press enter
type: ipconfig /renew
press enter

see if that lets you get toi a web page


you wouldn't beable to get email without an IP address
#5
Alfonse
you wouldn't beable to get email without an IP address


*DOH*
Quite right you are, its too early for this.

Try: ipconfig /flushdns
typed in the command console, that may help.
#6
can u try start run cmd

ping bbc.co.uk


see what you get please
#7
kmac
can u try start run cmd

ping bbc.co.uk


see what you get please


down that route. I would also check the name is resolved via DNS, so an NSLOOKUP would also be worth doing
#8
Alfonse
down that route. I would also check the name is resolved via DNS, so an NSLOOKUP would also be worth doing


the ping should also give us some dns info back, if it resolves then it should be ok to browse/. but run an nslookup aswell to confirm
#9
I have had a similar problem where the router was connected but couldn't get on the web. Unplug your router from the electric socket for awhile. That always seems to work for me and also try clearing your browsing history/cookies.

Hope this helps a little.

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