WLAN Connectivity Issue.

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October 15, 2010 at 04:56:21
Specs: Windows 7 Ultimate x64, C2D2.8GHZ/4GB
I have a TP-Link TL-WR940N Wireless Router. It was working fine but after I changed my DSL from 1 service provider to another I have been having the following issues. I can browser the internet when I connect the modem directly to my laptop and I can also browse the internet when I connect the modem to the Router WAN port and the router to the laptop but I cannot connect to the wireless lan. I get an error that there is no internet access and I get that little yellow triangle on the signal bars but status shows connected. The WLAN is also not working on my cell phone and I get a Message "No Gateway Reply". To switch from 1 DSL to another took me a week in which I had no INTERNET at all. So the router was switched off the whole week. But I also checked the router at a friends house and it is working fine there and I can connect to WLAN but at my home I am having this problem with my dsl connection. Please note that the router configuration was provided by my ISP. The router is working fine at a friend's house so I don't think there is anything wrong with the router. It is brand new only a month old. So whats the problem here.?

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October 15, 2010 at 07:40:50
From a command prompt, run ipconfig /all

Do that when the router is connected.

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October 15, 2010 at 07:40:57
If it were me, I'd reset the router to factory defaults (RTFM) and then I would reconfigure everything including the wireless. I would use a different name for the SSID and a different password.

Then you delete the existing WLAN profile on your laptop and then, connect wirelessly to the new WLAN you've created.

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