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Windows 98 Cannot Ping Router
Here is a pic of my netbook copying files from a Win98 share: Edited October 27, 2011 by Tripredacus spoiler 0 Share this post Link to post Share on other sites and Outlook Express. If the information is not correct, type ipconfig /release and press Enter. ok after about 1.5 hrs i started searching the web and found a mention about zonealarms, i turned off ZA and tada! weblink
Possible Solution: If you have an external analogue modem and dial-up Internet service, you can still access the Internet. ISP via cable, Linksys router, 3 stations running Win98se.All units accessing network without a problem. It worked before so mac filtering doesn't apply. I've seen cases where DHCP will not function, but everything else will.
I thought I might have a problem with a shared (too many) IRQ and tried removing a sound card and relocating the NIC..still without success So, even though my net was Double-click Network. Click Add to add the network component into your PC. Yet not resolving on the NT machine.Checked the Linksys router, found it defaulted port forwarding from 0 - 1723 to the VPN server.
Do I just create the bat with the code above and the OS will find the router table? wirelessly See More ↓ #4 jenntropy September 14, 2009 at 22:01:10 Okay, here's the result of my ipconfig:Host Name..................................: JCPCPrimary DNS Suffix......................:Node Type..................................: UnknownIP Routing Enabled......................: NoWINS Proxy Enabled...................: NoEthernet Adapter I have window 2003 and my internet is not working due to a Adware program. You should always check with your service provider to verify this information, since some providers will assign Static IP addresses.
Contact the USRobotics Technical Support Department Country Voice Online Support Hours United States (801) 401-1143 http://www.usr.com/support/s-contact.asp 9:00 A.M. - 5:00 P.M., Monday - Friday CST Canada (801) 401-1143 http://www.usr.com/international.asp 8:00 A.M. I set up a VPN connection, forwarding ports 1723 on the router to the VPN server. what's the problem?! michaelahessJul 10, 2006, 8:07 AM Reinstalling 98 over itself won't reinstall the tcp stack files, there's a knowledge base article that shows how to do it right, it's all in a
Here's the solution for Win98SE:first, back up your registry:from a DOS window type "scanreg /backup"then remove Dial Up Networking (even for broadband):go to the control panel "Add/Remove programs"to Windows Setup/Communications and wallisJul 10, 2006, 6:35 AM in 'network connections'.....delete the existing connection and create a new one. Windows 7 Starter is the version I just downloaded a program that allowed them to use the Aero effect.Additional data:- Both computer connected to the router receives an IP range of Select Never dial a connection, click Apply, and then click OK.
Using Comodo Firewall in Windows 7, will have to open some doors? nat32 worked the best, at least surf from the original pc w/cabledem, hmmmm not exactly what i planned10. The network says "local only" connection in the network and sharing center. Reasons such as off-topic, duplicates, flames, illegal, vulgar, or students posting their homework.
Short URL to this thread: https://techguy.org/851133 Log in with Facebook Log in with Twitter Log in with Google Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Ghost an image from another PC that has a working connection and is simialar in HW cfg. youdidwhatJul 10, 2006, 4:22 AM Dont worry about setting the computer to a static IP, it should be obtaining an IP address from the router just like your macintosh is. This step was mentioned in a previous post.
My settings, as far as I can determine, are identical to the other machines.Only difference, apart from the OS, is the W2K machine is running IE5, not IE6. You could also use an external DNS server address if you knew one.Set the IP info manually, then try to ping an external IP address from the win98 box. Here is the deal.
RE: Can ping network connections but cannot access internet rhod (TechnicalUser) 19 Feb 02 11:12 In seem to have the same problem.NIC working, can ping router, can telnet router and command
Close Box Join Tek-Tips Today! Being able to browse internally on a network but not the internet is a known issue. I found a new replacement at Fry's for $7.49 in the bargain bin. Reboot.In my experience this issue is often caused by the installation and/or uninstallation of 3rd party internet-related programs such as spyware or firewall software.
PainJul 10, 2006, 3:15 AM Yes. This change was made for security reasons of LM being not exactly secure not in deliberately stopping Windows 3.1/9x users accessing Windows 7 shares. 0 Share this post Link to post This is your local host address and this will ensure that the TCP/IP protocol is installed and functioning properly. Sign In Sign Up Home Forums Browse Back Browse Forums Rules Donation Activity Back Activity Unread Content Content I Started My Activity Streams All Activity Search Subscription Back Subscription Orders Manage
There isn't a 'network connections' folder. In Windows NT: Click Windows Start, Settings, and then click Control Panel. And my main computer is a Macintosh. When you connect to it from the Win98, you will be prompted for credentials.On Windows98, Guest access is enabled, which is why you can just go there and see the shares.
fredgibletJul 10, 2006, 1:48 AM Quote: It has worked with broadband before - in fact it has worked with broadband with this very same router, same cable, same card.One day W98 Assuming that your TCP/IP settings are configured correctly, the following information might help.Again, this information applies only to Win 98/ME.1. Possible Solution: The default setting in Windows Me and XP is to not show all of the icons within the Control Panel. Enabled my network connection....and everything now works fine!!!
Click Edit again, then click Preferences. It should list your pc in connected devices [or similar page depending on brand and model].Everything ok in Device Manager?How many pci slots in this mainboard? Regardless, just run a win OS repair and all will be right with the world. Anything it is doing that it shouldn't be?
added private nic 192.168.0.1 to trusted zone14. Monday - Friday Finland +358 981710015 [email protected] 10:00 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. Click Windows Start and then click Run. Add me to the list of most thankful for your help.I have printed in out and will commit to memory.thanks again, now i can get some sleep.
Code: Microsoft Windows [Version 6.0.6002] Copyright (c) 2006 Microsoft Corporation. I switched PCI slots, and there was no changed. RE: Can ping network connections but cannot access internet ITSnoop (Programmer) 1 Jul 02 17:21 I had the same problem on XP - even on an internal network I could ping Show Ignored Content As Seen On Welcome to Tech Support Guy!
Events log backed it up: TrueVector errors from ZoneAlarm logged without ZA even in use. (Didn't make the connection until reading your tip.) Even got to activate windows XP without a Under the "Configuration" tab, double-click "TCP/IP" for your network card.