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Old 10-13-2012, 10:46   #5
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Originally Posted by Merlin40 View Post
Make sure you have IPv4 checked in your advanced Internet Options. It also looks like you don't have the router configured properly. I see IP Routing is not enabled. You have to give the router permission to "see" the IP. hope this was helpful.
The router is set up as it has always been setup. For some reason, the router is not getting online. When I log into the router and look at the "connection details" it's all zeros.

As for flushing the DNS.... I did a factory reset on the router, so... I'm not sure how much more I could have reset it.

I did not try power cycling the two items, I did try to "release and renew" my IP addresses, with no luck. I'll take another crack at it here in a while, it's driving me batty right now.
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