Computer connected, linked, but explorer won't open a website. Tags: Wireless Network Computers Explorer IBM ThinkPad Wireless Networking Last response: July 18, 2009 5:10 PM in Wireless Networking Share toddslater21 July 18, 2009 2:54:41 AM have an ibm thinkpad, wireless network through a netgear product, the computer recognizes and connects to my network, it links it but internet explorer will not connect to a website. More about : computer connected linked explorer open website lyleb July 18, 2009 5:10:32 PM Open a command prompt window and try these commands to test your connection. ipconfig /all You should have an IP address, Gateway address and DNS address in the list. These commands will tell you if the connection is actually to the internet and if the DNS address is valid. Both commands are pinging Yahoo. ping www.yahoo.com ping 18.104.22.168 Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum[Solved] links won\'t open in Internet Explorer 9 or 8 or any ForumUSB drive won't connect on XP computer ForumUnable to open website links from email using windows 7 ForumI Can't get into the 192.168.1.1 Website ForumCan not open Blogger.com Website (Homepage) ForumFirefox problem: Links in emails won\'t open in firefox automatically ForumInterrnet explorer won't open ForumMovie wont delete says it is open in windows explorer ForumCannot access websites using Internet Explorer ForumComputer says connected ,but wont pull up browser! ForumComputer says i have an perfect connection, but i cant use it... ForumSingle website causes internet connection to drop out and restart ForumUnable to Open Website ForumExploring Below Ambient Water Cooling ForumMSN MSIE Wont connect , virus. OH NOES! ForumWhy my internet explorer is not connected with internet ForumError 0xc00000e9 ; computer won't start, hard drive suspected ForumBest wireless network card for my router? ForumI need to connect a computer to a wireless network, how? Forum1 computer, one router More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !