I never needed to configure an IP-address for a wireless connection. The router gives them to the device if DHCP is enabled. And DHCP seems to be always enabled in all the PC's, laptops, iPods and smartphones I tried.
And, somehow, that automatic configuration makes the router both the gateway and the DNS-server.
But then, the modem does the logon with the ISP, so I don't have to configure pppOE either.
All I can ask: which of your devices has IP-address 192.168.1.250? And which has 192.168.1.10? If no such device exists, it can't be found, of course.
I am experiencing the problem described below.
I got an internet from provider (which is LAN cable sticking from the wall) - and it works fine when I connect via LAN cable - when I write the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, and DNS servers on the LAN adapter and create a PPPoE connection with username and password.
I want to do the same but wirelessly. I have an ASUS RT-N10 LX wi-fi router - and connected the cable from the provider to the WAN slot on the router. Then I have accessed the router from my laptop http://192.168.1.1 - and configured everything as it was on my laptop.
IP Adddress: 192.168.17.191
Default Gateway: 192.168.16.1
Wireless network works fine, the default gateway is pinging - but DNS servers are not accessible. As a result no internet connection available (
Moreover - when I want to ping the DNS (ping 192.168.1.250) - I tries to get a response from other location 192.168.1.3 (but no response from there)
Any feedback / hints / comments will be greatly appreciated! I have spent 2 days for it but in vain (((
Thanks in advance!