Vista plus Kid plus other Kids don’t mix

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    • #49565

      looks like he tried to tunnel through someone else’s connection if he tried to access blocked sites (some coffee houses block certain sites like game websites or stuff like that and most online stores)

    • #59376
      AvatarAnonymous

      looks like he tried to tunnel through someone else’s connection if he tried to access blocked sites (some coffee houses block certain sites like game websites or stuff like that and most online stores)

    • #49566
      AvatarArris
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      Having a lot of these kind of interfaces is ugly in the ipconfig output but if you look up the descriptions they will look like:

      All these virtual adapters and interfaces are related to flawlessly and slowly migrating IPv4 to IPv6.

      What is exactly your problem? Don’t you get an IP Address from the DHCP-Server? Do you get an IP but can’t you do anything on the network/internet?

      Anyway, if you are having problems with the network interface you can:

      • Check if no Firewall is blocking connection;
      • Execute the command “netsh winsock reset” in the Command Prompt to reset the WinSock Catalog.
      • Reinstall the network card drivers which resets several settings to the default.

      Good luck! 🙂

      Arris

    • #59377
      AvatarAnonymous

      Having a lot of these kind of interfaces is ugly in the ipconfig output but if you look up the descriptions they will look like:

      All these virtual adapters and interfaces are related to flawlessly and slowly migrating IPv4 to IPv6.

      What is exactly your problem? Don’t you get an IP Address from the DHCP-Server? Do you get an IP but can’t you do anything on the network/internet?

      Anyway, if you are having problems with the network interface you can:

      • Check if no Firewall is blocking connection;
      • Execute the command “netsh winsock reset” in the Command Prompt to reset the WinSock Catalog.
      • Reinstall the network card drivers which resets several settings to the default.

      Good luck! 🙂

      Arris

    • #43825

      My teenage son took my Vista laptop to a week long trip to visit his cousin, and returned with a problem on “Network don’t work dad!”. I knew it was trouble!

      A ipconfig /all return way too many interfaces, did not expect to see about a dozen of:

      Tunnel adapter Local Area Connection* :

      Any help will be appreciated!

      thanks
      – ac

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