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iccsi
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      07-05-2011
My Windows 7 shows an error message that DNS does not response and I
check for the details.
It shows that the Windows looks DNS server 192.168.1.1 which is my
router admin page.
I just wonder does Windows looks router as a DNS server or router
configuration need to set.
I realized that IE 9 was unable to reach 192.168.1.1 IP address when I
type in address bar.
Suddently, IE 9 is able to go to 192.168.1.1 and access my router
admin page, but I got DNS server does not response.

Any idea about this issue?
Your help is great apreciated,

 
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barb bowman
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      07-06-2011
You've been posting messages about issues with your router for a while now
without really answering any of the questions needed to help you.

1. Please confirm you are connected to this router with Etherhet and NOT
wireless when you try to configure it.

2. what is the brand and model of your router?

3. did you ever change the default SSID and password for this router (if you
didn't, you might actually be trying to access someone else's router).

4. What exact error did you see when you try with IE 9?

Please answer all 4 questions.

It really sounds like you are connected via wireless and to someone else's
wireless router where neither of you changed the default SSID or are using any
kind of wireless security.

On Tue, 5 Jul 2011 10:45:38 -0700 (PDT), iccsi <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>My Windows 7 shows an error message that DNS does not response and I
>check for the details.
>It shows that the Windows looks DNS server 192.168.1.1 which is my
>router admin page.
>I just wonder does Windows looks router as a DNS server or router
>configuration need to set.
>I realized that IE 9 was unable to reach 192.168.1.1 IP address when I
>type in address bar.
>Suddently, IE 9 is able to go to 192.168.1.1 and access my router
>admin page, but I got DNS server does not response.
>
>Any idea about this issue?
>Your help is great apreciated,

Barb Bowman
MS-MVP
http://www.digitalmediaphile.com
http://digitalmediaphile.wordpress.com
 
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iccsi
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      07-06-2011
Yes, my computer connects to Etherhnet.
My router is Linksys WRT54G
I have router sett the security key to enter.
There is no error message on IE 9, but Windows 7 action center has
important message and I get DNS does not response when I clcik on
diagnose the network.
I check the error log Winodws considers my router as DNS server.

Thanksa again for helping,


iccsi




On Jul 6, 5:07*am, barb bowman <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> You've been posting messages about issues with your router for a while now
> without really answering any of the questions needed to help you.
>
> 1. Please confirm you are connected to this router with Etherhet and NOT
> wireless when you try to configure it.
>
> 2. what is the brand and model of your router?
>
> 3. did you ever change the default SSID and password for this router (if you
> didn't, you might actually be trying to access someone else's router).
>
> 4. What exact error did you see when you try with IE 9?
>
> Please answer all 4 questions.
>
> It really sounds like you are connected via wireless and to someone else's
> wireless router where neither of you changed the default SSID or are using any
> kind of wireless security.
>
> On Tue, 5 Jul 2011 10:45:38 -0700 (PDT), iccsi <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
> >My Windows 7 shows an error message that DNS does not response and I
> >check for the details.
> >It shows that the Windows looks DNS server 192.168.1.1 which is my
> >router *admin page.
> >I just wonder *does Windows looks router as a DNS server or router
> >configuration need to set.
> >I realized that IE 9 was unable to reach 192.168.1.1 IP address when I
> >type in address bar.
> >Suddently, IE 9 is able to go to 192.168.1.1 and access my router
> >admin page, but I got DNS server does not response.

>
> >Any idea about this issue?
> >Your help is great apreciated,

>
> Barb Bowman
> MS-MVPhttp://www.digitalmediaphile.comhttp://digitalmediaphile.wordpress.com


 
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barb bowman
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      07-07-2011
the WRT54G is a pretty old router. do you have the most recent firmware for this
router? what is the hardware revision? go to
http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WRT54G and select your hardware
rev. choices are from 1.0 to 8.2. upgrade the firmware and reset the router to
factory defaults. This may not help you based on what I've seen with others
using this router with Windows 7.

This router is *known* to have had issues with Windows 7. Example -
http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/77...ections-router
- some people report that disabling your homegroup might bring relief. You would
be better off replacing this router if that is the case.



On Wed, 6 Jul 2011 08:48:17 -0700 (PDT), iccsi <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>Yes, my computer connects to Etherhnet.
>My router is Linksys WRT54G
>I have router sett the security key to enter.
>There is no error message on IE 9, but Windows 7 action center has
>important message and I get DNS does not response when I clcik on
>diagnose the network.
>I check the error log Winodws considers my router as DNS server.
>
>Thanksa again for helping,
>
>
>iccsi
>
>
>
>
>On Jul 6, 5:07*am, barb bowman <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> You've been posting messages about issues with your router for a while now
>> without really answering any of the questions needed to help you.
>>
>> 1. Please confirm you are connected to this router with Etherhet and NOT
>> wireless when you try to configure it.
>>
>> 2. what is the brand and model of your router?
>>
>> 3. did you ever change the default SSID and password for this router (if you
>> didn't, you might actually be trying to access someone else's router).
>>
>> 4. What exact error did you see when you try with IE 9?
>>
>> Please answer all 4 questions.
>>
>> It really sounds like you are connected via wireless and to someone else's
>> wireless router where neither of you changed the default SSID or are using any
>> kind of wireless security.
>>
>> On Tue, 5 Jul 2011 10:45:38 -0700 (PDT), iccsi <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:
>> >My Windows 7 shows an error message that DNS does not response and I
>> >check for the details.
>> >It shows that the Windows looks DNS server 192.168.1.1 which is my
>> >router *admin page.
>> >I just wonder *does Windows looks router as a DNS server or router
>> >configuration need to set.
>> >I realized that IE 9 was unable to reach 192.168.1.1 IP address when I
>> >type in address bar.
>> >Suddently, IE 9 is able to go to 192.168.1.1 and access my router
>> >admin page, but I got DNS server does not response.

>>
>> >Any idea about this issue?
>> >Your help is great apreciated,

>>
>> Barb Bowman
>> MS-MVPhttp://www.digitalmediaphile.comhttp://digitalmediaphile.wordpress.com

Barb Bowman
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Hp
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      07-22-2011
On 7/7/2011 6:04 AM, barb bowman wrote:

> the WRT54G is a pretty old router. do you have the most recent firmware for this
> router? what is the hardware revision? go to
> http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WRT54G and select your hardware
> rev. choices are from 1.0 to 8.2. upgrade the firmware and reset the router to
> factory defaults. This may not help you based on what I've seen with others
> using this router with Windows 7.


> This router is *known* to have had issues with Windows 7. Example -
> http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/77...ections-router
> - some people report that disabling your homegroup might bring relief. You would
> be better off replacing this router if that is the case.




> On Wed, 6 Jul 2011 08:48:17 -0700 (PDT), iccsi<(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:


>> Yes, my computer connects to Etherhnet.
>> My router is Linksys WRT54G
>> I have router sett the security key to enter.
>> There is no error message on IE 9, but Windows 7 action center has
>> important message and I get DNS does not response when I clcik on
>> diagnose the network.
>> I check the error log Winodws considers my router as DNS server.


>> Thanksa again for helping,


>> iccsi



I second the 'change router' suggestion,

Idea, if you are behind a cable or DSL box, and it is fairly recent
hardware, it too has an access feature to it for firewall and other
assorted settings. So you need to have an access address for that also.
It best be different then your present linksys box.

So you might be dealing with a setup that has controls in a modem, a
router, AND in the software in each computer hooked up to your 'network'
If thats the case then you might have 3 different places you would need
to configure before things work well with each other.

For installations behind a DSL or cable modem box I like to use a data
switch, that lets me follow the KISS principal. AND it is usually less
expensive then routers. This tends to reduce the amout of places that
one would need to configure.
 
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Drew
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      07-22-2011
On 7/5/2011 10:45 AM, iccsi wrote:
> My Windows 7 shows an error message that DNS does not response and I
> check for the details.
> It shows that the Windows looks DNS server 192.168.1.1 which is my
> router admin page.
> I just wonder does Windows looks router as a DNS server or router
> configuration need to set.
> I realized that IE 9 was unable to reach 192.168.1.1 IP address when I
> type in address bar.
> Suddently, IE 9 is able to go to 192.168.1.1 and access my router
> admin page, but I got DNS server does not response.
>
> Any idea about this issue?
> Your help is great apreciated,
>

I run this router (same model. one of the first edition) also running
Windows 7 on 2 machines. One wired, one wireless as well as a network
printer and several network external drives. I have never encountered
any problems with it whatsoever.Accessing the settings page from any of
my systems is fast and easy. I did not know there were people having a
problem with them.
 
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barb bowman
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      07-23-2011
I advise people to stay away from ISP supplied all in one broadband modem/router
boxes whenever possible. You do not want your ISP to have access to your network
config. In most cases these all in one devices are far less configurable than a
stand alone retail router.

On Fri, 22 Jul 2011 16:42:17 -0400, Hp <(E-Mail Removed)> wrote:

>So you might be dealing with a setup that has controls in a modem, a
>router, AND in the software in each computer hooked up to your 'network'
>If thats the case then you might have 3 different places you would need
>to configure before things work well with each other.
>
>For installations behind a DSL or cable modem box I like to use a data
>switch, that lets me follow the KISS principal. AND it is usually less
>expensive then routers. This tends to reduce the amout of places that
>one would need to configure.

Barb Bowman
MS-MVP
http://www.digitalmediaphile.com
http://digitalmediaphile.wordpress.com
 
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