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Unidentified network-Limited connectivity issue

Discussion in 'Networking' started by lankasulaim, Aug 20, 2011.

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  1. lankasulaim

    lankasulaim Thread Starter

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    Hi!

    I have been using an Unidentified network for free internet connection where I live for sometime. I do not have access to the router or anything.
    But suddenly internet has stopped working and it states Limited Connectivity.
    I have tried few things like rebooting, disabling and and then again enabling the status of the connection, etc without any luck.
    What should I do?
    Please help me guys....The internet connection was awsome and completely free for me!
     
  2. Triple6

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    So who does this network belong too? We need more details if we are to assist you.
     
  3. lankasulaim

    lankasulaim Thread Starter

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    A neighbour who happens to be my friend!
     
  4. lankasulaim

    lankasulaim Thread Starter

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    Also, My other flat mates have been using the same connection and their connection is still working!
     
  5. Triple6

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    Sorry, that's not allowed under the ISP contract. Subscribers to a service are not allowed to share their service with neighbors. Additionally there's no way to verify if you have permission to use this person's network anyway, especially when you say you have no access to the router. Sorry, gonna have to close this thread.
     
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