Duncan, I assume you have 2 machines connected to your router (an XP
machine and a Vista machine). Can these machines see each other?
When they are both connected to the router, the xp machine gets to the
internet OK, but the vista does not. To me, this indicates some wackiness
with the config on the vista system. Have you tried the "Diagnose and
Repair" option? right-click on the network Icon, and select "Diagnose &
I've tested with the DI-614+, and it worked for us (I know, I know...).
ensure your router has the latest firmware from dlink (ver 2.34, dated 3/06)
"teksonic" <u32918@uwe> wrote in message news:6fe53aa4c1fde@uwe...
>I have a new build PC with an ASRock AM2NF6G-VSTA motherboard which
> Vista Home Premium perfectly. Device manager is not reporting any
> I am hard wired through a DLink 614+ cable router which works fine with my
> computers, but my Vista PC won't connect, I just get UNIDENTIFIED NETWORK,
> ACCESS: LOCAL ONLY
> I get a good IP address on IPv4, 192.168.0.101, which is obtained
> automatically, but I can't ping the router or access the router interface
> through IE.
> I have run the router evaluation tool "
> http://www.microsoft.com/windows/using/tools/igd/default.mspx" from my XP
> with good results.
> I am tearing my hair out, (what little remains).
> Can anyone help?