problem to connect to router/modem

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raviv76

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I have a computer laptop Inspiron 1100
comm card broadcom 440X 10/100
XP home eddition + SP2
router/modem (in one) - DSL WLAN 100 ZyXEL P660HW

i have another 2 computers connected to the router successfully (desktop + laptop)

I use DHC option - for the other 2 computers it works automaticaly on the 'local area connection'.

On this one it does not !!!

if i change the IP manualy to use the router then,
the icon shows connection, but i can not ping the router (nor use IE, MSN, Skype ...)
to my supprise i can ping all the other computers in the net (and from them i can ping this computer)


were do i continue from here ?
i tried reboot everything - didn't work.
i tried switching cables, ports - this is not the problem. every port/cable works fine with the other 2.

I disabled the firewall and also the norton anti-virus - does not help.

any suggest ?


thanks
 
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it could be the router settings. check any filtering and mac address control.
 

raviv76

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i don't understand.

i even gave manualy IP to all 3 computers.
any IP is OK on the 2
and no IP is working on the third computer.

so i think it's some problem with the specific computer but i have no id what.
 
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