i have send you my reqly. have you received it my message pls reply
thanks for your kind help
> SUNIL wrote:
> > Thanks malke for your reply,
> > I am using the win xp home edition sp2. this problem start when i change my
> > router
> > before my router is excess the folder very quickly suddenly it excess the
> > share folder is long time then i have change the router. now i can access
> > the
> > internet successfully. but networks funtion lost.
> > Pls guide me how can i make it again this network. when i cliclk on view
> > workgrop
> > i get this message
> > "MY COMPUTER CAN NOT DETECT THE NETWROK. I GET THIS MESSAGE
> >>> MSHOME IS NOT ACCESSABLE. YOU MIGHT NOT HAVE PERMISSION "
> > i am sorry i used capital letter. because i do not want to type again
> > this problem is coming with all computer which is connected by router
> > same message is come in all compiuter.,
> > i have try all the way. but it not successfull. when i use ping cmd. the
> > result is time out. but internet is working very good by this router.
> > where is the problem. i can not find it either problem is in router or win
> > xp or firewall., secondly i can not find my wirefall optopn in control
> > panel
> So, I assume that all your computers can reach the Internet and that you
> have some sort of broadband Internet connection - cable or DSL. Yes?
> 1. On all computers, please do the following:
> Start>Run>cmd [enter]
> ipconfig /all [enter]
> Post the results. We are interested in seeing the IP addresses of the
> gateway (should be the router) and the computers and we want to see the
> subnet mask (ex. 255.255.255.0).
> 2. What is the router make/model? Does it have a built-in firewall? The
> error message you are getting indicates either a) a misconfigured
> firewall; and/or b) two firewalls running at the same time.
> 3. What firewalls are you running on the computers? See #2 above for why
> I'm asking you this. It is possible that you have a third-party firewall
> (Norton, McAfee, etc.) and you got a new IP numbering scheme with the
> new router and didn't change the settings on your firewalls to allow the
> new network.
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