I had a "situation" with my 21 year old son, and before he left home on Thursday, he left me a note that said he did something to my computer so I can't get online. Nice kid, huh?
I have Vista. Wireless internet in the house. The modem/router is working fine. I even have an "excellent signal" coming to my computer, but when I try to get online it says "Cannot communicate with primary DNS server (220.127.116.11) When I click to diagnose it then says "Network diagnostic pinged the remote host but did not receive a response." Then I reset the network adapter and it says there still seems to be a problem with our connection.
I am able to plug the modem/router wire directly into my computer and get online that way, just not wirelessly.
I don't know what he did, but I'm guessing he changed my settings. Should my DNS server number be the same as my IP DNS address or IPV Default address?