Your dns server address is still set to an external address and I wouldn't expect it to be - check that you have selected the option "obtain dns server address automatically." If your are certain you have and it still does not show 192.168.1.1 as your dns server address in the ipconfig listing then you will have to set it manually - unchecking the automatic dns option and manually entering 192.168.1.1. You will always have to reboot after making these changes - did you do that?
hi... patcooke... i'm having the same problem.. i'm actually using the internet provided by a local here since i'm a student... it's like a rental internet but we could use it as we like.. my friends and i use it just fine... the problem is.. few months ago, i always got logged out automatically by the server saying that there's no more session for me but my friends had no trouble at all since we use the same router for the wireless.. usually the message 'no more session is allowed for user' would only appear if i logged in to other device (my android) and want to log in to another (my laptop), since one username and password is only for one device only... i don't know what to term by this way of internet rental..When connected through a router (either wired or wirelessly) the DNS server address should be set to the router address. This should be done automatically if dns server address setting are set to automatic for each of the adapters concerned. You can check the dns server address for each of them by going to command prompt and enntering:
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