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This issue may occur when the static IP address is configured and your computer is rebooted. Follow the steps below to resolve the issue:
- Click the Start button and then click All Programs.
- In All Programs menu, click SmartWi Connection Utility and then click SmartWi Connection Utility.
- In the SmartWi Connection Utility window, enable Wireless LAN by clicking the WLAN button.
Note: The WLAN button will display a green indicator when you enable WLAN.
- Click the Advanced Settings button.
- In the Advanced Settings window, click to select the appropriate wireless router and then click the Edit button.
- In the Profile Settings window, click the IP settings tab.
- On the IP settings tab, click Use the following IP address and then enter the IP Address, Subnet mask and Default gateway information.
- Click the Use the following DNS server address and then enter the Preferred DNS Server and Alternate DNS server IP addresses.
Note: The DNS server IP address may not need to be manually configured. Check with your network administrator for this information.