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My Datacard Mobile Broadband shows [i]Internet access[/i] status.

But I am not getting Internet in Browser.

I tried to open google website and there is error.

what is the solution ?

OS: Windows 7 Ultimate


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What IP address have you been assigned?

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Are there other devices that connect to the Internet using the same connection? Do they connect without a problem, or is it all of your devices that cannot access the net?

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[quote name='Intrinsica' timestamp='1357402336' post='595434414']
Are there other devices that connect to the Internet using the same connection? Do they connect without a problem, or is it all of your devices that cannot access the net?
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no other device ....

I can also connect with WI-FI ....no issue.

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Ok, well my next question is just echoing Deadroth's question. What is the IP address that your computer is being assigned on the network?

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[quote name='Intrinsica' timestamp='1357402805' post='595434434']
Ok, well my next question is just echoing Deadroth's question. What is the IP address that your computer is being assigned on the network?
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getting IP address in ipconfig.

IP should not be posted in public forum ..is not it ?

Is there any specific digits or pattern you want me to check ? what is it ?

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You can post the IP address of your machine on the network without any problem. What you shouldn't do is post your Internet IP address. I would expect you to say that the IP address is 192.168.1.XXX, that's the default type of IP address for an internal network.

I'll check your reply when you post it, and if I see that you've provided your Internet IP address then I will remove it for you.

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[quote name='Deep_Level_Shark' timestamp='1357403577' post='595434462']
getting IP address in ipconfig.

IP should not be posted in public forum ..is not it ?

Is there any specific digits or pattern you want me to check ? what is it ?
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Your IPv4 address is ok to post as it's on your own private network. Most shop brought routers will have the default gateway of 192.168.1.1, 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.x.x with your DHCP set is the same range of 192.168.x.x

Can you connect to your router with your browser? Should be able to via the web address bar, by entering the IP of your default gateway.

If you can access the default admin page of your router, it will help narrow down the problem for us.

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[quote name='Deep_Level_Shark' timestamp='1357403577' post='595434462']
getting IP address in ipconfig.

IP should not be posted in public forum ..is not it ?

Is there any specific digits or pattern you want me to check ? what is it ?
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This depends...
192.168.x.x is, 10.x.x.x, and 172.16.x.x to 172.31.x.x are all private networks. Posting them are anonymous, there is no way for anyone to find you posting those addresses, as these addresses are reserved for every private/secured network behind a nat firewall. Everyone in the world has a internal network that starts with one of these. It is the the outside IP, one that is not in one of these ranges, that could cause you trouble or allow someone to possibly identify you.

For instance my current internal ip is :

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IS there credit on the SIMCard?

Even with no credit you will still get an internet connected status, but you will only be able to browse to the ISPs site to top up

If its contract, speak to the company

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my problem solved ... a simple restart worked !

just a little query ....if a machine is connected to internet ...does it have two IP ? internal and internet ? or only internet ?

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[quote name='Deep_Level_Shark' timestamp='1357407784' post='595434602']
my problem solved ... a simple restart worked !

just a little query ....if a machine is connected to internet ...does it have two IP ? internal and internet ? or only internet ?
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Usually of your machine is behind a router, it will have what is known as a internal ip. The router will have a public side and private side having 2 ip's on 2 very different networks. No one can cross that threshold between the outside coming in without you opening ports or having upnp enabled on your router.

There are some cases where you will get an outside ip on your computer, like connecting directly to a cable modem, connecting directly to a 3G or 4G modem (USB or PCMCIA are the common interfaces), or using dial up. These are the least secure ways of connecting to the Internet, and should have a software firewall enabled when doing so for your own protection.

It is recommended to use a router if you have dsl or cable, esp if your computer gets a Internet addressable ip.

Www.ipchicken.com will echo back your outside ip. If it is the same as your computer ip well then your computer is directly connected to the Internet.
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