asked on 27th Jun 2011 | 1 Answers | Answer It!
You are unable to connect to your network as it never gets any IP address. You have not mentioned what kind of network you have, which operating system and the router/modem model number. Let’s try some steps here get your issue resolved:
(a) The Network Location Awareness service provider commonly referred to as NLA, enables Windows Sockets 2 applications to identify the logical network to which a Windows computer is attached. Make sure under services, NLA is enabled, started and is in automatic mode.
(b) In your systems Device Manager - right click on the Ethernet adaptor - Properties - Advanced tab; make sure 'Link Speed & Duplex' is auto-detect (or the correct value for your network).
(c) Make sure your router has enough free IP addresses and there is no MAC ID restriction.
(d) You can manually enter the IP address in the adapter TCP/IP properties so that you have a static IP and it does not try to acquire the IP again and again.
(e) Check system firewall to see if it is blocking the network connection in any manner.
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