Windows 10: Solution to "no access to the internet" problem

  1.    19 Mar 2017 #1

    Solution to "no access to the internet" problem


    when I try to connect to the internet through WiFi I had this problem "Limited access to the internet"" or "no access to the internet" and recently I found a solution. I don't guarantee it will solve ur problem but at least I think it worth trying.

    First of all, do a right click on the WiFi icon on the bottom right of ur desktop and choose "Open network and sharing center" then this page should appear.
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    Then click on the network ur connected to. In my case its "WiFi dlink" that shown in the figure. Then u will have a new window appearing .... choose "Properties" on the bottom left. On the next window choose "Configure" and another page will appear. Choose "Advanced" on the top and you will see a scroll with some options. One of then is "Wireless Mode" as shown in the image below.
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    In my case I changed the mode from "a,b,g" to "b" and the problem NEVER appeared again .... I hope it help you through.
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  2. Caledon Ken's Avatar
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    Windows 10 Pro x64 Build 1803
       19 Mar 2017 #2

    Welcome to the TenForums @o0orako0o

    If you go back in the way you did, clicking on WiFI dlink, and look at your connection speed I think you will find it set at 11Mbps (B Mode). This is one of the oldest and slowest. G is 54Mbps, maximum and most wired connections are at least 100Mbps.

    Of course a solid connection is better than a flaky connection but I would continue my investigation.

    Is your connection speed showing more than 11Mbps?


    Ken
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  3.    19 Mar 2017 #3

    nope .... it's constant on 11 Mbps
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