Gizmo's Freeware Forum

Gizmo's Freeware Forum (https://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/)
-   General Computer Support (https://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/)
-   -   Laptop Wireless Problem. (https://www.techsupportalert.com/freeware-forum/general-computer-support/2848-laptop-wireless-problem.html)

reddy4it 04. Jan 2010 03:17 AM

Laptop Wireless Problem.
 
Laptop connects to my Belkin wireless router ok with excellent wireless connection,
but no connection to web sites, server not found.
Log Says Dhcp error, 1002 Ip address to network address has been denied by the DHCP server, DHCPNACK message sent.
Tried everything, including latest drivers & Run,cmd,ipconfig/**, etc.

Installed XP Pro on wiped drive after problem started with XP Home installation.
Short (15 minutes) connection obtained once or twice when messing with settings.

All other 3 laptops, play-station & Wii in house run fine on same router.

Screen shots from laptop available by attachment by e-mail one to one for security reasons.

Any advice in simple terms would be apreciated,Thank you. :(

MidnightCowboy 04. Jan 2010 10:57 AM

I've already exchanged some ideas with this member but although I'm fine with firewalls, network problems in general require someone with greater knowledge than myself.

This is one of the screenshots sent to me which I've converted and edited to obscure the IP.
Attachment 403
The one thing I'm not understanding is why the DHCP address should also be appearing with the DNS servers? As I said, someone with greater networking knowledge please! :)

Ritho 04. Jan 2010 12:07 PM

The DHCP is as it should be. It is the DNS server that is wrong. The DNS server is what resolves the web addresses you type in your browser to IP addresses that can be pasted over the internet.

The DNS address must be set either to your ISP DNS server address or an another of you choosing. Some people like to use Google's DNS.

To change it go to your network connections and right click on your wireless connection and click properties. On the general tab select "internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click properties.

You can either select "obtain dns server address automatically" or add one manually. Google's DNS is included in the picture below.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...Public_DNS.png

If you need more detailed help, please ask, and also tell us what version of windows you are running.

Ritho

reddy4it 04. Jan 2010 07:06 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ritho (Post 19403)
The DHCP is as it should be. It is the DNS server that is wrong. The DNS server is what resolves the web addresses you type in your browser to IP addresses that can be pasted over the internet.

The DNS address must be set either to your ISP DNS server address or an another of you choosing. Some people like to use Google's DNS.

To change it go to your network connections and right click on your wireless connection and click properties. On the general tab select "internet Protocol (TCP/IP)" and click properties.

You can either select "obtain dns server address automatically" or add one manually. Google's DNS is included in the picture below.

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v3...Public_DNS.png

If you need more detailed help, please ask, and also tell us what version of windows you are running.

Ritho

Installed XP Pro on wiped drive after problem started with XP Home installation.
Laptop has run in Cornwall on wireless fine for last 3 years.
Moved it to my home in Bucks, no server found although 54mbs signal from excellent to low. Ok on cabled link.
Tried your settings & my host PC settings, no good.
All other 3 laptops, play-station & Wii in house run fine on same router on TCP/IP auto.
Have pic's of PC & Laptop settings if needed..................ta

Ritho 04. Jan 2010 08:17 PM

OK. On second look I see I was wrong. (Hanging my head in shame:() Your DNS server can indeed be the same as the default gateway, because using DHCP to set your IP address means your router resolves the DNS requests itself and passes them on to your ISP. So I was barking up the wrong tree.

What ever changes you made, based on the advice in my last post, change them back so we don't get even further away from a solution.

Now to move on....
You said
Quote:


Installed XP Pro on wiped drive after problem started with XP Home installation.Laptop has run in Cornwall on wireless fine for last 3 years.
Moved it to my home in Bucks, no server found although 54mbs signal from excellent to low. Ok on cabled link.

Are you saying that you first started having this problem while XP Home installed on the Laptop, so you did a fresh install of XP Pro, and you still have the exact same problem? Or are you saying the problem began after you installed XP Pro?

Ritho

reddy4it 04. Jan 2010 10:45 PM

Many thanks,
Installed XP Pro & new drivers from Packard Bell web site hoping to solve the problem, which is why I can't understand how the problem is still there unless a hard ware malfunction is stopping connection even though' it gets " excellent wireless connection" initially.

reddy4it 05. Jan 2010 12:46 AM

With respect, is this the best forum to solve my problem or would suggest others?
I am not too experienced with forums still getting my head around the jargon, although a silver surfer for many years.

george 05. Jan 2010 12:51 AM

Ok, here are my two cents...

Your PC's connection to your router is only one hop and does not guarantee an Internet connection (as you are obviously know by now). Your router must get a valid connection to your ISP in order to forward that traffic to your workstations.

You say that all other devices requiring Internet access are working fine off of your Belkin. Thus, your router is obviously set up correctly towards your ISP. You can check that by login in to your router and see what IP address, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway and Primary DNS Server it gets from your ISP.

You are referring to your routers log saying it gets a DHCP error with Event ID 1002 and that it sent a negative acknowledge message to the client (DHCPNACK). Does the log file provide the MAC address of this request? It most probably is the MAC address of the XP Pro client.

One possible reason is that you have configured a too small range of IP addresses that your router can give away. Maybe all of them are used by your other devices. Check that. And it does not necessarily help to switch the other devices off if the router reserves the IP addresses for a while.

A workaround could be to assign a static IP address to your XP Pro client that is in the routers subnet. E.g. if your router is using the 192.168.1.0 IP net and its own address is 192.168.1.1 you could assign another address in that range. In order to so set the following for your Internet protocol on your network adapter:

IP address: 192.168.1.9
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.1.1 (router's address)
(x) Obtain DNS server address automatically

Instead of 192.168.1.9 you can chose any other addres in the subnet like 192.168.1.11 or something. Check your router and see what address is free. If you don't know, just try a few.

Ok, your turn and then let's see where we're at.

Ritho 05. Jan 2010 07:29 AM

reddy4it,

Quote:

it gets " excellent wireless connection" initially.
You say initially? Does it continue to show that message or does it turn to a little yellow exclamation sign after some time? Also have you checked if can you really communicate with your router? You can easily do this by trying to login to its administrative console by typing its IP address into your browsers address bar? Your router IP should be 192.168.2.1.

Quote:

With respect, is this the best forum to solve my problem or would suggest others?
We would like to think that this forum is as good as any other for solving these types of problems. There are a lot of guys and gals here that have a lot of years of Windows experience under their belts. Even so, when I have a problem that I can't solve I usually post to three or four forums to get the problem solved more quickly. www.wirelessforums.org is a very good place to post if your having wireless problems obviously. In fact here is a thread dealing with similar problems to yours.

If you do solve it elsewhere, come back here, and let us know what the solution was. It is the reward for our labor and it helps other users that might have the same type of problem.

Helping others to help themselves it what we do here.

Ritho

Ritho 05. Jan 2010 07:36 AM

@ George. Did you see that his ip address 'lease' does not expire untill the year 2038? Is that not a bit unusual? I always thought that it is suppose to expire within 24h or so. Does that indicate a problem?

Cool looking avatar by the way. Does it have a meaning?

Ritho

reddy4it 05. Jan 2010 02:17 PM

Sorry could you keep it more simple, my brains getting fried !, half the time I'm not sure if you all talking about the PC or the laptop !!
And I'm not sure if I should be posting this amount of detail online, as per Ritho's comment about IP address.
Event ID 1002 was a while ago now, so not sure about detail.
This is what I did after laptop was reset ITCP/IP back to auto.
----------------------------------
Typed from Laptop [edited]
Internet Explorer cannot display th webpage.
-----------------
Leaving laptop on it goes to Limited or no connectivity
Repair gets it back to excellent.
But no server although laptop within 6 feet of router.
----------------------------------------------------------
Typed from PC

Version Info
Firmware Version F5D7230-4_UK_8.01.07
Boot Version v1.01
Hardware F5D7230-4 6000
Serial No. BEL7ff22f8
LAN Settings
LAN/WLAN MAC 00:11:50:ff:22:f8
IP address [edited]
Subnet mask 255.255.255.0
DHCP Server Enabled
Internet Settings
WAN MAC address [edited]
Connection Type Dynamic
Subnet mask 255.255.252.0
Wan IP [edited]
Default gateway [edited]
DNS Address [edited]
Features
NAT Enabled
Firewall Settings Enabled
SSID robin
Security Enabled
IP Pool start address [edited]
IP Pool finsh address [edited]

lease forever
Wirless channel, 1, I changed from 11 to try & solve the problem, no differance so have left it on 1.
802.11e QoS, off
-----------------
As I have been messing with everything so much, would it be wise to reset the router to factory default? and if so would everything else pick up with just log on password?
And reset the laptop, although not sure how I would do that.
Sorry it's so much info' but I hope we can somewhere eventualy.................Robin..

deya 05. Jan 2010 06:19 PM

Hi, Ritho mentioned the length of the lease time in his last post. I'm looking at the info that reddy4it has posted and it says "lease forever". If he's using a Belkin ADSL modem with a built in wireless router then that is the setting that Belkin recommend and is the default setting... "forever"

That means that the IP address assigned to each device on the network will not change.

As far as I was aware, ISP DHCP servers need the lease to renew every 24 hours or it won't assign any new IP addresses to the network. This could be what is preventing the laptop connecting to the network.

reddy4it, ... look at the LAN settings on your router and see if there's a drop down menu at the side of "lease time". I don't know the exact options for Belkin, but if there is then change it to 24 or 12 hours, or less if you can. That way it should free up more IP addresses after the period of time you've set, you won't loose the connection to your network when it happens. After the time period you've set has elapsed see if your laptop will connect to the network in the normal way, it should. Then you can reset the lease time to whatever you want afterwards.

I can sense the frustration in your posts and I don't want to add to your confusion, but I think the problem lies there, with the lease time, as Ritho pointed out.

If that doesn't work then it's best to contact your ISP, explain the problem to them and I'm sure they'll help you out.

deya

Ritho 05. Jan 2010 11:08 PM

Can one of you moderators remove the ip data from reddy4it post above. Since it has geo-location data.

Ritho

kendall.a 05. Jan 2010 11:52 PM

Edited. It should be fine.

reddy4it 06. Jan 2010 02:58 AM

Many thanks to Ritho this evening, who phoned me & used 'Crossloop' to try & solve my problem, but after considerable effort from every angle including a lease time change, found no reason for the lack of connection.
Thanks for trying mate.

Ritho 06. Jan 2010 07:20 AM

Here are the gory details:D

Said Laptop worked with wireless router in location A. Through a series of events it came to live at location B. Location B has a different router. Laptop will not work with router at Location B.

To attempt to fix the problem a fresh install of XP Pro was done. No dice. Same problem.

Laptop will, however, still connect and communicate with other wireless networks so the wireless card seams to function properly.

Laptop has integrated Intel 802.11b/g wireless card. Network is WPA-PSK encrypted. Laptop finds and appears to 'hand-shake' with router. The password key is apparently accepted as the Laptop reports connecting to the network with a good connection speed. Still internet can not be accessed. IE, Firefox, Google Chrome have all been tried.

Router is now set to renew ip address leases a few times a day.

Numerous other wireless devices in the house have no problem with internet connectivity.

Owner reports that the settings on said laptop match settings on other computers in household.You will find the owner has a good amount of knowledge about networking as he has set up everything else in the network himself.

My conclusion is Intel wireless card and Belkin router do not want to play well with each other. Perhaps some sort of compatibility issues involved. Turning off DHCP and manually inputting all network settings might work, but has negative of having to be done with the numerous other devices in the house and is not a desirable solution.

I tip my hat to anyone who can come up with a solution!

Ritho

george 06. Jan 2010 02:30 PM

Jeez, guys, you are really tackeling this...

Ok, so laptop does not work with router at location B using DHCP. It should not be a problem to just use a static IP address for that laptop only. The other devices in the house can still use DHCP. You just change it on the laptop as I have suggested before. Did you guys try that?

When connecting with DHCP but not getting Internet access, did you try a traceroute to see where the traffic stalls?

Anupam 06. Jan 2010 02:33 PM

I think the ISP should be contacted, and their help should be sought out? :D.

Ritho 06. Jan 2010 04:33 PM

Yes I believe he did try manually setting the ip address. The strange part about it all is that while it does seem to 'hand shake' and connect to the router that is as far as it goes. After that point typing the router's ip address in a browser hits a brick wall, the router does not respond. I don't know if a tracert query would show anything in that case.

Ritho

Jojo Yee 06. Jan 2010 05:36 PM

These steps seem work well for me when I set up a new connection. At step 5, both Local Area Connection (to my PC) and Wireless Internet Connection (to my notebook) are working for me too. Give it a try.

reddy4it 06. Jan 2010 06:05 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by George (Post 19442)
A workaround could be to assign a static IP address to your XP Pro client that is in the routers subnet. E.g. if your router is using the 192.168.1.0 IP net and its own address is 192.168.1.1 you could assign another address in that range. In order to so set the following for your Internet protocol on your network adapter:

IP address: 192.168.1.9
Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0
Default gateway: 192.168.1.1 (router's address)
(x) Obtain DNS server address automatically

Instead of 192.168.1.9 you can chose any other addres in the subnet like 192.168.1.11 or something. Check your router and see what address is free. If you don't know, just try a few..

============================================
Hi George, still trying,
not sure I understand your directions for this work around, so could you please explain in detail what to alter on PC & Laptop pretending I am old & simple, which I am concerning wireless despite Ritho's kind remarks.
Many thanks to all for your kindness & patience.

reddy4it 08. Jan 2010 06:08 PM

still trying.
I noticed on the PC's Belkin *Firewall > Security log* there are many events
*Blocked by DoS protection, for instance
Firewall log:
Wed Jan 6 17:17:01 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.8
Wed Jan 6 17:31:41 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Wed Jan 6 17:31:47 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Wed Jan 6 17:45:24 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Wed Jan 6 17:49:49 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Wed Jan 6 18:02:59 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.8
Also the problem laptop is now appearing twice in
DHCP Client List
is any of this relevant to my problem?

reddy4it 08. Jan 2010 07:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by reddy4it (Post 19568)
============================================
Hi George, still trying,
not sure I understand your directions for this work around, so could you please explain in detail what to alter on PC & Laptop pretending I am old & simple, which I am concerning wireless despite Ritho's kind remarks.
Many thanks to all for your kindness & patience.

Tried it, no change.

deya 09. Jan 2010 02:17 PM

Are you sure that all the devices connected to your network are clean and free of infection? I'm curious as to why your router is blocking Denial of Service threats. You say "there are many events"... do you mean there are many 'Blocked by DoS protection' events, more than the ones you've posted?

Have you tried disconnecting all the other devices on your network and then seeing if the problem laptop will connect?... is something that's connected to your network preventing it from doing so?

Also, if you are getting lots of DoS protection alerts it really is a good idea to have a word with your Internet Service Provider and explain your problem to them, if you haven't done so already.

Ritho 09. Jan 2010 04:03 PM

@ deya

Did you notice that the DoS attacks are local ip's? What do yo make of that? Is the router blocking attempts to connect to it by the laptop because it sees the laptop as a threat somehow?

deya 09. Jan 2010 05:35 PM

Yes, that's what's making me think that maybe there's an infection somewhere, either on the problem laptop, which is causing the router to block it.. or on the network itself, which is preventing anything else being able to access it?

The firewall log that reddy4it has posted doesn't show the DoS attacks as being too frequent, they're mostly minutes apart, except for two which are six seconds apart. If he was experiencing a serious DoS attack then I would have thought that the log would show the attacks at much more frequent intervals ie, every second or so. That's why I wondered if the log showed many more events, as per the wording of the post, and they were Denial of Service alerts also.

I'm wondering if there's software on there that could be causing this, online games, IM programs... something that could be used to probe for a weakness, and the router is doing it's job and blocking it. That's why I asked if all the devices connected to the network were clean and free of malware etc, and that would include the problem laptop.

If we had that info then you could rule this theory out and try something else. It may be something as simple as a faulty router.

Ritho 09. Jan 2010 06:07 PM

@ deya

I would say an infection on the laptop is unlikely, because this problem was happening with XP home, so He fresh installed windows using a copy of XP Pro, and he still had the problem.

If there is an infection it must be on the other devices on the network. As far as I know, there is another laptop, pc, and a wii using the router, and the pc is connected by a cable.

reddy4it 10. Jan 2010 02:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Ritho (Post 19709)
@ deya

I would say an infection on the laptop is unlikely, because this problem was happening with XP home, so He fresh installed windows using a copy of XP Pro, and he still had the problem.

If there is an infection it must be on the other devices on the network. As far as I know, there is another laptop, pc, and a wii using the router, and the pc is connected by a cable.

Latest System log:
Sat Jan 9 18:11:38 2010 - 192.168.2.2 login
Sat Jan 9 18:27:08 2010 - 192.168.2.2 logout
Sun Jan 10 01:15:42 2010 - 192.168.2.5 login
Sat Jan 1 00:00:09 2000 - WAN DHCP Client Connected IP 81.110.163.27



Firewall log:
Sat Jan 9 16:29:39 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 16:29:40 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 16:53:55 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:04:57 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:09:07 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:09:12 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:09:18 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:09:23 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 17:19:08 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:23:52 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 17:28:46 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:11:11 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:11:16 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:11:22 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:18:04 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 18:34:37 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:35:34 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 18:35:40 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 19:10:34 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 19:14:45 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 19:15:00 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 19:30:28 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 19:34:44 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 20:25:23 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.7
Sat Jan 9 20:47:14 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 20:48:07 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:01:10 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 21:01:12 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 21:05:19 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:05:25 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.6
Sat Jan 9 21:09:00 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:19:50 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:20:20 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:34:42 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:34:48 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 21:38:30 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:32:00 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:32:03 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:32:57 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:36:46 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:50:43 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:50:49 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 22:51:04 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 23:09:20 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 23:09:27 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 23:20:06 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sat Jan 9 23:24:04 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 00:06:59 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 00:18:18 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 00:32:55 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 00:33:13 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 00:47:20 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4
Sun Jan 10 01:09:40 2010 1 Blocked by DoS protection 192.168.2.4

reddy4it 10. Jan 2010 09:41 PM

Fedup
 
Well fans, as some of my other laptops are now deciding to drop the signal in sympathy I am biting the bullet and replacing the router.
Wish me luck.

reddy4it 20. Jan 2010 05:55 PM

Hi Ritho,
Well replaced the router, no joy, in fact new router gave worse signal to other laptops, so went back to old Belkin one.
So what did I do next?
Had another laptop with dodgy hard drive, so replaced it with hard drive from laptop with wireless problem. Had to load Win XP Pro & drivers, wireless works fine except still same no internet, DHCP server denying network address.
So even though I am using a different laptop but with same formatted H/D with fresh XP install,I'm getting same problem !!, beats me.
Also if I had not mentioned it before Packets are very low 129 sent 39 received.

dre 20. Jan 2010 06:26 PM

Have you tried resetting the router? Use Open DNS for DNS 208.67.220.220,208.67.222.222 in the router manually,just to see. Make sure all network settings are obtained automatically.

Any other PC perhaps on a network that has IP range assigned?

computerfreaker 21. Jan 2010 10:20 AM

I'm no networking guy, but those DoS messages sound similar to something NoScript once had trouble with: http://hackademix.net/2009/07/01/abe...verywhere-omg/
The problem there was fairly simple: the user's HOSTS file redirected certain sites to 127.0.0.1, the so-called "loopback address" (better known as localhost, the computer the HOSTS file is on). The redirection triggered a host of errors from NoScript's Application Boundaries Enforcer module because the redirection essentially "reflects" the request back to the host PC - NoScript saw the request as coming from an external site and properly blocked it.
Is it possible the problem's similar here? Something screwed up in the HOSTS file?

Also, did you try resetting your router? Since your other devices lost connectivity too, it sounds like the router might have a problem. It could potentially even have been taken over by an attacker: http://hackademix.net/2010/01/08/nat-pinning-and-abe/
Reset the router, change its default password, then try accessing it again and see what happens.

Also, you mentioned going to see your children to test their computers - I don't know exactly how you have your network set up, but if it's feasible you might want to bring your router along and see how their computers interact with the router. If their computers have trouble with the router, the router's the problem; if their computers don't have trouble with the router, something on your network is responsible for the problem.


All times are GMT +1. The time now is 07:11 PM.

Powered by vBulletin® Version 3.8.7
Copyright ©2000 - 2021, vBulletin Solutions, Inc.