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Keebox wireless router is not giving me internet access

Discussion in 'Networking' started by one.sensei, Jan 18, 2013.

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  1. one.sensei

    one.sensei Thread Starter

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    I don'y know why connecting to a router is always so difficult.. Anyway, my win 7 laptop is connecting to the router and I set it up (Reset everything a few times). I also have no connection through ethernet connection with the router.
    What do I do? The modem is Cisco DPQ3212 and the router Keebox-w150nr wireless 150 N router.
     
  2. TerryNet

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    You are remembering to power cycle the modem when switching the device connected to it?

    Have you cloned the computer's MAC Address to the router in case your ISP is tracking the MAC Address of the device connected to the modem?
     
  3. one.sensei

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    Yes, did all of that; still no connectivity..
    It's connected to the router fine, but it has no internet.
     
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    What IP configuration does the router's WAN get?

    Any hints in the router's log about what the cause may be?
     
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