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    #31
    Originally posted by Virax
    That won't work, I need the router to resolve my IP. It's DHCP.
    I have no idea about any of this.

    But please check your pm's

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      #32
      Originally posted by Virax
      That won't work, I need the router to resolve my IP. My connection is DHCP.
      my internal ip is also assigned by dhcp, but if i circumvent the router i still have connectivity....can't understand why you need router....

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        #33
        Originally posted by Frogger
        my internal ip is also assigned by dhcp, but if i circumvent the router i still have connectivity....can't understand why you need router....
        My external IP is assigned by DHCP.

        I've tried removing the router, and it just wouldn't work without it. Plus, the guy who set it up said "This connection won't work without a router set to DHCP resolve." - so I'm gonna' just trust his judgement. ;/

        Originally posted by -Sasuke-
        I have no idea about any of this.

        But please check your pm's

        I just replied.

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          #34
          Originally posted by Virax
          That won't work, I need the router to resolve my IP. My connection is DHCP.
          You are going to have to go to your network properties under TCP/IP properties and change it to "Obtain an IP address automatically"

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            #35
            Originally posted by colamann1
            You are going to have to go to your network properties under TCP/IP properties and change it to "Obtain an IP address automatically"
            That's already set.

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              #36
              What type of connection are you on ?

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                #37
                DSL.

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                  #38
                  I have DSL and used to own the D-Link DI-604, and I had all sorts of issues. Mostly, connection issues and connecting to servers. Before I ditched it for a Linksys, I set the connection to PPPoE in the router setup -power cycled both router and DSL modem, then turned on the modem first, after the lights were green, I plugged in the router then rebooted.

                  This seemed to give me some relief and worked for a while. IMHO that model D-Link isn't compatible with my DSL modem.

                  I have SBC DSL with a SpeedStream 5100 modem.

                  Hope this helps.

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                    #39
                    Screw this router, I'm just getting a Linksys. :|

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                      #40
                      linksys is your friend..

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                        #41
                        Originally posted by Virax
                        Screw this router, I'm just getting a Linksys. :|
                        :up:

                        Have a linksys myself, no troubles.

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