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Limited, but no Connectivity
I think, this is a simple issue that can be fixed.. but i'm not the best with this kind of stuff.
I have 4 signal bars out of 4, but it is not finding my IP address automatically. I try to input it manually, but i'm not sure if i'm inputting the IP adress wrong... or maybe that is not the issue i'm not sure. I don't think it is the computer though, because my friend also had this issue when trying to connect with the router... yet my sister is able to connect from her computer fine.
Also, i'd like to state I can connect with an ethernet cable, but that defeats the purpose of using the computer from my room, and not right next to the router.
The router is Wireless-G 2.4 GHz Linksys router.
Once the system says it is connected with limited connectivity...check the ip address of the PC. If its running windows, give the command >ipconfig to see the ip address of the wireless adapter. In case if you find ip such as 169.254.X.X, then it is dhcp issue. Also make sure you have enough ip address pool in the dhcp to accomodate ip address for the new system. Hope this helps you.
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