This one is confusing me because I haven't had this problem before it was fine until I had to format my hard drive.
Long story short I'm running a static IP for the wireless adapter..
The router is a netgear wgr614v9
I assume the default gateway is 192.168.1.1 since that's how I get into the setup..
So in windows I put that in as the gateway and for the subnet I do 22.214.171.124 and the IP I put something in that's not going to conflict..
Anyways long story short I can connect and all and ping the router but I can't connect to any websites I'm a bit lost here
just looked at my settings on a working wireless laptop to the internet.. put those same settings on the desktop and still it's only getting an ip adress that's internal in the 192.xxx range. -- It's NOT Ni-kon It's NE-KON!
Sounds like a NAT issue. Set the device to DHCP Log into the router go to lan page set an address reservation for the device And try again ............ Also try to ping your DNS IP addy this may help figuring out if it is NAT or DNS -- Mitch firstname.lastname@example.org
Set the devices connecting to the wireless router to automatically obtain. It sounds more like you are adding the wrong addys (different subnet) the IPs should all be in the 192.168.1.X range. Send me an email and we can chat and trouble shoot .... if you want to?? -- Mitch email@example.com
Taking the discussion offline deprives other members of seeing the fix - now and down the road.
Post the output of ipconfig /all
I'm betting you didn't set the DNS servers. It's required if you use a static IP. -- If arrogant is the only word people use to describe me now, then I'd say I'm making progress. -- Colonel A.J. Bullard, Red Tails
reply to Subaru Well the fix turns out it was my network cable plugged into the computer I haven't full set it back up again.. after all I'm on a temp setup right now until I get another motherboard but after I disabled the onboard NIC the wireless was fine.. matter of fact I'm using it right now.