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Problem with Desktop Wireless

by dell224 / June 21, 2009 2:33 PM PDT

my desktop in school is connected to the room's wireless with no problem at all. When i tried to connect to other wireless (the school's main wireless network, i got the login) , it connected and signal is strong.

However i just can't seem to surf any website at all.

When i tried to go: www.google.com

It'll load for a while, the the status bar turn the web address i type to: www.www.google.com.com and still no result showed up.

Any ideas what happen? This wireless however works on my own personal laptop. Just having problem with this desktop.

This is the result of my ipconfig/all:
Windows IP configuration:
Host name: ITC-PC-17
Primary Dns Suffix: itc.nyp.edu.sg
Node Type: Unknown
Ip Routing Enabled: No
WINS Proxy Enabled: No
DNS suffix search list: itc.nyp.edu.sg
itc.nyp.edu.sg
nyp.edu.sg
edu.sg

Ethernet adapter Wireless Network Connection:
Connection-specific DNS suffix: itc.nyp.edu.sg
Description: Linksys Wireless G PCI Adapter
Dhcp enabled: Yes
Autoconfiguration enabled: Yes
IP Address: 192.0.3.200
subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway: 192.0.3.3
DHCP Server: 192.0.3.1
DNS Server: 192.0.3.1
192.0.3.3

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by philbernie / June 21, 2009 4:46 PM PDT

if you can see the network resources, the problem might be in the browser. check to see how your laptop's browser is configured under "internet option". copy the same configuration for the desktop browser.

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by RonS [WINDOWS-TEAM] / June 22, 2009 4:08 AM PDT

So, you have the login and you were able to successfully log into the school?s wireless network, correct?

Chances are, if it?s anything like the wireless at my old university, you have to register with the service before your computer is recognized and able to use the internet. Try checking out things with your uni IT department and see if that?s the case.

Cheers,
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