|Looking over the TCP/IP settings everything looks good so I very carefully reread your original post.|
What jumped out at me this time is the following:
"When I try to set up my Belkin mondem router I can only get local connection only as soon as i remove the wired setup cable.'
This looks to me to mean you have one system (laptop, PC) connected to the same router two different ways at the same time. Which is to say, you have a wireless connection as well as wired. Until you disconnect the wired connection, neither works.
If I'm correct, your problem will be the two connections at the same time. It's odd it works on one router and not the other. Typically it shouldn't work on any router.
Pick one way to connect........either wired or wireless and disable the Network interface you're not using and you should find that everything is working correctly.
For example. Lets say you're an avid gamer. Wireless sucks for gaming so you're going to want to use the wired connection while you game. So, before you start you'll go into your "Network Places" Property window (right click on "Network Places" and select "Properties" from the menu). Then you would right click on the wireless adapter and select "Disable" from the pulldown menu. Then you would connect the network cable from router to your computer and it should work just fine.
Having two interfaces connected at the same time to the same network tends to give Windows a headache and it usually stops working.
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