Results 1 to 3 of 3. I pretty much gave up after messing with it for a few days and now every now and then I try something new that reminds me I need to post this question in networking forums About 2 months ago the mac stopped connecting to the internet, and we thought that the NIC had just died. The computer is behind a Linksys router. You may have to register before you can post: I just remembered something though. The NIC uses Realtek ethernet – drivers and install seem fine, but nothing.
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So, it’s not the linksys router. I have comcast cable broadband – I set it up so the ethernet cable goes from their router straight to my computer, trying both the onboard LAN and NIC – no luck.
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Any ideas are greatly appreciated! I then installed all the chipset drivers except audio and ethernet – didn’t work. The NIC uses Realtek ethernet – drivers and install seem fine, but nothing. Results 1 to 3 of 3 Thread: All times are GMT To start viewing messages, select the forum that you want to visit from the selection below.
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Normally, I have a linksys router after their provided router to split the connection to two computers – a mac and pc.
My linksy router is giving me a lot of headarchs as well.
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About 2 months ago the mac stopped connecting to the internet, and we thought that the NIC had just died. Some times it works some times it doesnt. I may have messed up the driver install though because I had to manually choose aka force the driver to install.
K8m-e firewall to blame? If this is your first visit, be sure to check deluxs the FAQ by clicking the link above. Check for updated firmware and see if that fixes you problem I think some new firmware was posted this month See if you can test them with out using the router.
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Can’t connect to the interent with the asus K8N-E Deluxe? But even when I turn ethegnet firewall off, or play with the autonegotiate settings, no internet. Could this be the cause of my problem trying to hook up a new computer on the internet?
I plug in the ethernet cable, and no internet.
At the end of the chipset driver install, it asks if I want eghernet install the nvidia firewall and forceware Network Access Manager, and then if I want to turn it on – I say yes to all. I just remembered something though.
The time now is I can go into the forceware Network Access Manager and make changes, but they don’t seem to effect anything. I got frustrated, said screw it, and put in a brand new NIC expecting it to work.
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The computer is behind a Linksys router. You may have to register before you can post: Like try connecting it drictly to the modem and buy pass the router completely. More so the wireless part is. But if the router is not seeing the computer and not giving them an IP address that a problem and I have yet to figure ethetnet how to get file sharing to work over it.
So, what’s the problem? Routers are a pain to deal with. If does not ethernte then the problem easier to trace down. Is there anyway Comcast could disconnect the mac, and not the pc, eventhough they are behind a linksys router? I pretty much gave up after messing with it for a few days and now every now and then I try something new depuxe reminds me I need to post this question in networking forums