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February 7, 2014 11:31:44 PM

I am using TP-Link MR3220 AND my PC is running on windows 8 64 bit. I tried several fix. from different forums still to no effect. I am not using the router's WIFI capability I am using the ethernet connection/ I think i running out of resources here. | will really appreciate everybody's help here. Thanks in advance!
a b 2 Internet access
a b X LAN
February 7, 2014 11:37:35 PM

Limited connectivity generally means the link layer is up, but it doesn't have either an IP address or working DNS. Can you post the output of "ifconfig /all" from the command line?
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February 7, 2014 11:54:12 PM

Someone Somewhere said:
Limited connectivity generally means the link layer is up, but it doesn't have either an IP address or working DNS. Can you post the output of "ifconfig /all" from the command line?


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please only mind the ethernet ones thanks!
this is what it shows
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a b 2 Internet access
a b X LAN
February 8, 2014 1:06:11 AM

You shouldn't have two default gateways, I think. I'll have to check on another system; I'm posting this from linux.

I take it it's DHCP?
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February 8, 2014 1:32:00 AM

Someone Somewhere said:
You shouldn't have two default gateways, I think. I'll have to check on another system; I'm posting this from linux.

I take it it's DHCP?


Thanks man, anyway in addition it also shows on my network center as "unidentified network access."
damned router
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February 8, 2014 1:32:25 AM

Someone Somewhere said:
You shouldn't have two default gateways, I think. I'll have to check on another system; I'm posting this from linux.

I take it it's DHCP?


Thanks man, anyway in addition it also shows on my network center as "unidentified network access."
damned router
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February 8, 2014 2:15:54 AM

Does your network automatically assign IP addresses or did you have to manually configure the computer's IP address? I agree with Someone, as there should not be two default gateways. Your configuration also shows your DNS set to your router's IP address. This is fine if your router is setup for this. Are any other computers on your network experiencing this problem as well? This should help us narrow things down a bit. Best of luck to ya - Sub
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February 8, 2014 11:39:42 AM

SirSub42 said:
Does your network automatically assign IP addresses or did you have to manually configure the computer's IP address? I agree with Someone, as there should not be two default gateways. Your configuration also shows your DNS set to your router's IP address. This is fine if your router is setup for this. Are any other computers on your network experiencing this problem as well? This should help us narrow things down a bit. Best of luck to ya - Sub


The router automatically gets it's IP and everything. I think I got it figured out. I am just plain naive and dumb. What I'm expecting is I will plug the 4g device and the router will send data to the pc via LAN/Ethernet, Well I think it's not suppose to work that way. It's telling me that why don't I just plug my 4g device directly to my computer. Hahahaha. Anyway thanks for your time Sub. You are a sexgod!
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February 8, 2014 11:40:30 AM

Someone Somewhere said:
You shouldn't have two default gateways, I think. I'll have to check on another system; I'm posting this from linux.

I take it it's DHCP?


SirSub42 said:
Does your network automatically assign IP addresses or did you have to manually configure the computer's IP address? I agree with Someone, as there should not be two default gateways. Your configuration also shows your DNS set to your router's IP address. This is fine if your router is setup for this. Are any other computers on your network experiencing this problem as well? This should help us narrow things down a bit. Best of luck to ya - Sub


The router automatically gets it's IP and everything. I think I got it figured out. I am just plain naive and dumb. What I'm expecting is I will plug the 4g device and the router will send data to the pc via LAN/Ethernet, Well I think it's not suppose to work that way. It's telling me that why don't I just plug my 4g device directly to my computer. Hahahaha. Anyway thanks for your time Sub. You are a sexgod! and someone somewhere too you are a sexgod as well.
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