15-06-2019 10:32 AM
when I diagnose the ethernet from the control panel it says it cant configure a valid IP address and nothing I've tried has worked so far
15-06-2019 11:30 AM
Your router ethernet should just work if you haven't changed any settings. What are you trying to do?
Have you also checked your cable?
15-06-2019 02:27 PM
What device are you using on Ethernet? If Windows, what does the command ipconfig /all report?
15-06-2019 03:09 PM
I have the ethernet cable plugged into an adapter then another adapter upstairs that has an ethernet cable plugged into my pc, its always worked until now.
15-06-2019 04:13 PM
If you are using power line adapters, then try resynchronize them as they maybe out of sync with your router.
15-06-2019 04:49 PM
Sorry, it's the IP addys I'm interested in. There's no need to hide them ; they are just local.
15-06-2019 08:42 PM - edited 15-06-2019 08:58 PM
Ah, I'm justified! Your PC has the IP 169.254.100.124 over Ethernet. PC's get that value IP when when they are not told which address to use by the router. Usually a reboot of the PC, reboot of the router, replug the LAN cable or use another router LAN port will cure it.
At the extreme it could be a fault of your powerlines not making a proper connection.
Which router is it? What is the DHCP page of the router? What is the list of currently connected devices?
16-06-2019 10:36 AM
Since i have rebooted the pc and router quite a few times as well as getting a new ethernet cable and trying all the ports on the back of the router im not sure what else to try.
i have the ee brightbox 2 wireless router
this is the list of currently connected devices https://gyazo.com/4b0c6936fa30a046ac6e3ee8472ddcbf
16-06-2019 12:21 PM
Are you using power line adapters as I mentioned above?
16-06-2019 03:16 PM
Then the issue is with the Powerlines. The presence of the PC is not being communicated to the router so the DHCP can allocate a local 192.168.1.x IP to it.Can you check their set-up & connections again?
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