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digiti123Wed Nov-08-17 07:39 PM
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"Cannot Connect to Internet"
Wed Nov-08-17 07:56 PM by digiti123

          

All of a sudden I cannot connect to Internet
I tried these commands at an elevated command prompt:

netsh winsock reset

netsh winsock reset catalog

netsh int ipv4 reset.log

in separate instances to no avail...The internet troubleshooting wizard says no ip configuration. I was trying to set up two network laser printers before this happened.

Please help. This is a new build which has been working flawlessly up until now. The computer I am typing on is on the same network.

Thanks very much.

  

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therubeWed Nov-08-17 08:35 PM
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#1. "RE: Cannot Connect to Internet"
In response to digiti123 (Reply # 0)


  

          

What OS?

What does IPCONFIG show?

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digiti123Wed Nov-08-17 09:49 PM
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#2. "RE: Cannot Connect to Internet"
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Dear therube, I think I solved the problem. It was a faulty network switch. Bypassing the switch by directly connecting to the router got me back online. Thanks for the reply though.

  

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