I have two internet connections at home - one ADSL (via TPLink ADSL 4port router), one cable, and two computers - PC and laptop.
PC can connect to Internet via ADSL, but it can't connect via cable (Laptop can with zero issues)
These are type of networking I tried:
Thomson (cable) to ADSL router, PC and laptop from router: only laptop connects to internet (tried switching up the connections on ports with no luck) Thomson directly to PC - no luck (when in Laptop the Internet works). Diagnostics (When everything is connected to ADSL router):
Laptop got public IP, PC got
Laptop has public gateway/DNS IPs (in
ipconfig), PC has all pointing to router (
PC can ping laptop via ipv6 only (ping -6), the ping -4 doesn't work since the IP of laptop is public IP, and PC can't ping any internet address.
When pinging from PC to some internet address by IP the response is:
Reply from 192.168.1.1: Destination host unreachable.
When pinging by name (eg. www.google.com) the response is could not find host ... When cable is directly in the PC, some general error when pinging is reported.
I'm all out of ideas (the troubleshooter didn't help of course), so any idea might be appreciated.
Both computers are Windows 7, the only (maybe significant) difference for networking is that on PC I have installed VMware (but I've disabled all of it's networks, and uninstalled it's bridging on the Local Area Connection).