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Solved: Verizon Mobile Broadband Internet Connection Sharing Problem

Discussion in 'Networking' started by n18smg, Jan 20, 2011.

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    n18smg Thread Starter

    Jan 20, 2011
    I have a Verizon Mobile Broadband USB760 Card which is connected to a Windows 7 Laptop. The mobile broadband device is shared with the local area connection on Internet Connection Sharing tab under properties of the mobile broadband device. The Ethernet cable is going to the WAN port of a Netgear WNR2000 wireless router. I have set the basic setting screen of the router webpage to the same ip addresses, dns servers, subnet masks, and gateway of the laptop. The ip address of the local area connection of the laptop is and the subnet mask is These settings are automatically acquired from the TCP/IP version 4 protocol. The WAN IP address for the router is and the subnet mask is The DNS server and the gateway setting of the router are both set to

    The problem that I am having is that a week ago it worked perfectly but now it does not work at all. I have not changed any settings on the router or the laptop. I have also checked to make sure the device was still shared with the local area connection. What I have noticed is that only www.google.com will load. Attempting to load another website will just say waiting for www.?.com. The ? is any websites that I attempt to load like live.com, xbox.com, yahoo.com, or facebook.com. Also, any webpage will load on the laptop which the mobile broadband device is connected to. So, I do not know if it is the Internet Connection Sharing service or the settings of the router.

    Any help will be appreciated, Kenny.
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