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1 DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Mon 6 Sep 2010 - 21:39

stephenadams


Silver Cnmbook
arm926E cpu 217mhz wifi ak6_SD1
anyka AK780X
driver 262145
min application address 0x7fffffff
max application address 0x100000
84mb ram
language us 049
Wince 5.0 build 1400

PID:SVTV23MVKQ
usb ax88772 type ax88772.dll
RT25501USB.dll
mass storage drive ak_usbmsfn.dll
DSK1: interfrace 6 protocol 50
manf 45E
nit changed to reflacet designer
printer ports configured as net1:, Irda and COM1: ie nir devices or drivers
coms ports RT2501 usb PORT
AR6KSD1 wifi port
RTL8712SD1 port


I have a problem with Internet Explorer, I can use it fine with a LAN connection.
But on WIFI it shows a DNS error, even though the WIFI connection is connected and DHCP enabled.
Here is the registry for WIFI comms port AR6K_SD1.

[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\AR6K_SD1\Parms\TCPIP]
"LeaseObtainedHigh"=dword:03c12344
"LeaseObtainedLow"=dword:70000000
"EnableDHCP"=dword:00000001
"IpAddress"=hex(7):\
32,00,35,00,34,00,2e,00,32,00,35,00,35,00,2e,00,31,00,32,00,31,00,2e,00,31,\
00,31,00,39,00,00,00,00,00
"DNS"=hex(7):\
31,00,36,00,39,00,2e,00,32,00,35,00,34,00,2e,00,31,00,32,00,31,00,2e,00,31,\
00,31,00,39,00,00,00,00,00
"DefaultGateway"=hex(7):\
30,00,2e,00,30,00,2e,00,30,00,2e,00,30,00,00,00,00,00
"WINS"=hex(7):\
00,00
"Subnetmask"=hex(7):\
30,00,2e,00,30,00,2e,00,30,00,2e,00,30,00,00,00,00,00
"DhcpSubnetMask"="255.255.0.0"
"DhcpIPAddress"="169.254.121.119"
"AutoInterval"=dword:0000012c
"AutoMask"="255.255.0.0"
"AutoSubnet"="169.254.0.0"
"AutoIP"="169.254.121.119"
"AutoSeed"=dword:c0b7ad3a
"PrevReqOptions"=hex:\
07,01,03,06,0f,2c,2e,2f
"T2"=dword:00000000
"T1"=dword:00000000
"Lease"=dword:00000000
"DhcpWINS"=hex(7):\
00,00
"DhcpDNS"=hex(7):\
00,00
"DhcpDefaultGateway"="0.0.0.0"
"DhcpServer"="255.255.255.255"
"AutoCfg"=dword:00000001

The only working registry editor is TRE!

Can anyone tell me what the correct registry settings should be?

2 DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Tue 7 Sep 2010 - 2:29

rodeolslide


169.254.x.x is the autoconfiguration address when windows cant contact a DHCP server

3 Re: DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Wed 8 Sep 2010 - 18:57

stephenadams


Thanks for the info, the dns details are what I use for my desktop and laptop for loging onto the same router with no problem.

(IP address for the machine are obviously different).

SO why if it works for XP and Windows 7 on WiFi, why does it not work on Windows CE?

4 Re: DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Tue 14 Sep 2010 - 2:50

maskmark0001


rodeolslide wrote:169.254.x.x is the autoconfiguration address when windows cant contact a DHCP server
that means"when no dhcp assigns an IP for the NIC,use this auto IP".It's not just "always use this autoIP for IP".
so autoIP 169.254.x.x is ok. good system also do this/

for the asker,try manually assign your IP and DNS(call your ISp for local DNS address).

5 Re: DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Tue 14 Sep 2010 - 18:47

stephenadams


I have tried forcing an IP address and DNS in the registry as shown, but is does not work.

I repeat the same settings for forcing IP address and DNS address works on a Windows 7 and a Windows XP notebook, but not on the minibook.

How would this work if you are signing on to a Public AP?
You have to use DCHP.

Also as this set-up works if you connect a LAN cable and can see the WiFI Icon says it is connected to WI-FI.

But taking out the LAN cable and it immediately fails to update a page!

Put the LAN cable back in and it works fine.

6 Re: DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Tue 14 Sep 2010 - 19:04

maskmark0001


you connect a LAN cable and the WIFI is ok,while removing the cable the WIFI go wrong?…………
you"can see the WiFI Icon says it is connected to WI-FI",so your problem is not"dns failure", it's totally dhcp failure?
can't quite follow you.

7 Re: DNS failure on Browser for WIFI on Tue 14 Sep 2010 - 19:08

maskmark0001


if it keeps "obtaining ip adress",it's not a dhcp problem, it's just weak signal. check the wifi antenna?

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