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29-Jun-2011, 08:31 AM #1
Netgear WNR2000v3 Windows 7 Home
I looked at a couple of similar posts but there wasn't a resolution on either.

Basically, I have 2 wireless systems that connect through the router, plus a wired desktop. Wired desktop has not problem and the first laptop is a Windows XP system that works just fine through to the Internet. The 2nd wireless system is a Windows 7 Home system that connects and is given an IP address by the router, but I am not able to ping the router address nor can I get to the internet. The router log file shows the DHCP giving out the address to this wireless system. It appears the blocks are intermittent because I do see some activity, but that is unconfirmed. I tried turning off the firewall on the wireless system but that had no effect. The router is also setup with the WPA2 AES encryption, which I adjusted to also accept WPA TKIP. My latest was to turn on the Guest Network and attach that way, but I get the same problem.

ipconfig /all shows an IP address of with a Default Gateway and DNS address of

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29-Jun-2011, 02:59 PM #2
What wireless adapter?
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