limited connectivity and unidentified network Tags: Connection Modem Limited Connectivity Computers Networking Last response: June 2, 2009 10:12 AM in Networking Share wordplay May 30, 2009 4:05:10 PM I have a problem regarding my modem. I'm using cable to connect D-link DSL-2400T. When I switch on the modem first then follow by my computer, the modem connect to internet smoothly. When I switch on the computer then follow by the modem the connection it shows limited connectivity and unidentified network . To connect back to internet, I have to restart the computer.I'm using window vista 64 bit. Is modem problem? More about : limited connectivity unidentified network sturm June 1, 2009 4:42:51 PM Why not leave the modem on all the time? Modem - router - computer is the normal sequence you follow on a reset of everything. wordplay June 2, 2009 10:12:21 AM I want save some current... Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumUnidentified Network/Limited Network Win 8 ForumUbee Cable Modem + Switch + Router = Unidentified network no internet a ForumWindows 7 Unidentified Network Terror Returns [Help meeeee] ForumWindows 7 - Unidentified Network ForumUnidentified Network on Wired Ethernet ForumCan't connect to my network or internet " Unidentified Network " I've tr Forum" Unidentified Network " reveals more problems... ForumNo network access, limited access wireless...? ForumUnidentified nework & no connectivity -Windows Vista ForumNetwork drops my PC and only finds " Unidentified Network " ForumUnidentified Network problem (have tried "everything") ForumNo connection & Unidentified network ForumWindows 7 unidentified network on LAN ForumUnidentified Network Problem ForumWindows 7 " Unidentified Network " ForumRouter Setup ForumNetwork drive ForumLimited Lan Speeds ForumRouter suggestion for a rigged network... ForumWhy is sending files much slower than getting over a windows network More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !