IP Connection DNS Problem
Posted on 2008-11-06
We are in a small PC network with 5 computers. Some are wired and some wireless, connected to a Linksys router. The router is connected to a DSL modem.
All the workstations are connecting just fine - except for one desktop. This is the oldest computer in the group of XP Pro SP2 machines. It was setup as a bridge with two network cards - but only one network card was actually connected. (We do not know why it was setup this way.) We deleted the bridge network component and now this computer will not connect to the internet. We can ping other workstations - but cannot get websites. We are getting an IP address from the router (via DHCP) that is complete.
Even if I put in an address manually it does not work. I have tried using Netsh in ip reset - and no change.