Networking :: VPN Connection - Cannot Open Networking Properties IPv4
Aug 1, 2015
We use a lot of VPN PPTP Connections. On most we turn off "Use default gateway on remote network". See the image below that shows where this setting is turned off.
We cannot open the properties for Internet Protocol Version 4 on VPN connections under Windows 10. This is located at Network Connections and Properties of a VPN Connection. Networking Tab, then select Internet Protocol Version 4 and click Properties. But under Win 10 the properties dialog does not open.
This has been tested on several Windows 10 systems and we have enabled Administrator and tested under that login as well.
I've been having the above issue at different times and it is getting a bit irritating to restart the modem(router).How can I permanently fix it so that my internet can be online 24/7 without me having resetting the box?And how come it says that I have no IPv4 connection but IPv6 does have a connection?
Yesterday I updated my Windows 7 desktop PC to win10, and my internet worked perfectly, both wired and wireless. But today, it just stopped and until now it is still like that, famous yellow triangle. Wifi works. Tried almost everything, changing from DHCP to static, disabling firewall, updating/reinstalling network drivers. I am not using any VPN as far as I know. My network adapter is nvidia nforce.
After switching to static address, I noticed that my adapter changed from unidentified to network, but still in the status window of my adapter i see that ipv4 and ipv6 have no internet access. As I said, other devices work perfectly via wifi.
I have Windows 10 laptop hooked up to an ethernet connection which has been working well for the past 6 months. On 2/18/16 it stopped working. I traced the problem to the Qualcomm Atheros network Controller/ Killer E2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller: Internet status > IPv4 Connectivity: No network connection IPv6 Connectivity: No network connection Clicked: diagnose --> System checked & reset, with IPv4 Connectivity and internet access restored.
This resolved the problem until 3/4, following a Windows 10 update. The above solution no longer works. Clicking 'Disable this net work device' and then enabling it again restores IPv4 Connectivity and internet access for a limited time but loading a new site or page is slower than it was prior to the emergence of this problem on 2/18, and then the connection is again lost after maybe 10 to 20 minutes.
Since I downloaded windows 10 I keep getting no internet connection before I log on. I called my internet provider and she had me checking a lot of things before she had me to type Device Manager in my search bar and look under networking to see if anything was off. Both my Ralink RT 3290 802.11 bgn Wifi Adapter and my Realtek PCle GBE Famili Controller had a yellow triangle with an exclamation mark in the middle beside them. She had me to right click on them to disable them, then go back and right click again to enable them. My internet connection came back but it keeps losing connection about once a week. I didn't have this problem before the download. This is a HP Desktop and I am connected wireless.
My PC would be connected to WiFi, but I wouldn't be able to go on any site. I restarted my PC and the damn thing locked up on the HP logo screen! So I had to hold the power button to turn of my laptop.
I upgraded my ageing Dell Inspiron 530 desktop PC this morning from Win7 Ultimate to Win10 Pro. The PC is connected to the router via ethernet cable.All seems fine in terms of the OS, but I have no internet access. I know the router's OK as my other devices are fine.When I run the troubleshooter it flags up "There may be a problem with the driver for the Local Area Adapter".Digging further, it seems the issue is "Windows couldn't automatically bind the IP protocol stack to the network adapter"
Looking at Services, I found the Wired AutoConfig and WLAN AutoConfig services weren't running were set to Manual. I changed these to Automatic and rebooted, but still no joy.The network adapter is an Intel 82652V-2 10/100 and Device Manager says it's working normally and the driver is up to date.
So, my wireless router went out on me yesterday during a thunderstorm, which I replaced today. My desktop will not connect to the wireless network at all. I have it connected right now, through my cellphone's hot spot. Also, I can connect my phone to the wireless network as well as a different desktop and get internet access, which suggests something wrong with this desktop, I would imagine.
ASUS PCE-N10 11n Wireless LAN PCI-E Card Broadcom NetLink (TM) Gigabit Ethernet
I'm sure some additional information may be needed but I'm not sure what you would need, so I'll gladly provide what I can if needed.
I've been running Windows 10 on my PC for a few months now. I upgraded from Windows 7 and absolutely love it! However, I am having an issue. When I use my PC on a normal basis, Everything is good. Internet connection is perfectly stable, no problems. But ALWAYS if I restart my pc, and SOMETIMES when I put it to sleep, when my computer turns back on, my internet connection can't be detected. I have to unplug it for about 5-10 seconds and do a full reboot in order for my internet connection to be detected by my pc. None of my other devices have this issue. I have an xbox one, Smart tv, my phone, laptops, etc. connected and none of them have the same issue.
After spending many anxious days trying to elude a hacker, I Reset my desktop PC yesterday to get a clean Windows 10 install. The legacy network connection I know is routed through the Hacker who is using Teredo tunneling software. I am trying to set up a new and secure VPN network connection to the Internet. But the PC keeps whirring without any visible connection progress. The Network Connection dialog box tells me that Windows 10 is trying to create a WAN Miniport (IKEv2). The legacy connection is on Ethernet with a Realtek PCIe GBE Family Controller, which I imported to the new Windows install.I am worried that I don't have the correct adapter settings and that a new connection can not be created while the legacy one still exists.
Why do I constatnly lose my internet connection since upgrading to Windows 10? Did not have this problem with Windows 7 and Century Link. Once it is gone, cannot get it to reconnect. Keep getting a reset error message each time when running the diagnostics. If I can't resolve this soon, will be going back to Windows 7!!
If remote computer has user password all works well,but if no user password can't log on. In windows 7 this was not a problem,is there a work around so if two windows10 computers have no user passwords you can connect?. This is on a private home network. Don't want to use third party software for this process.
I had windows 10, free download, on 25 of August, upgrade from windows 8, and the internet connection was fine till about 10 days ago. Trouble shouting result.."Ethernet does not have a valid IP configuration" . Contacted my provider Talktalk, was sent latest router, can connect with mobile wireless to router, can connect with laptop (Windows 7) hard wired, cannot connect with my desktop (hard wired) on which windows 10 is down loaded.
Have checked cable to desktop by using cable with laptop.
What do I need to do to get connected to the internet with my desktop?
after upgrading from windows 8.1 to windows 10 I have no internet connection.From looking around various forums the problem is usually a VPN or anti virus issue so I have used the f secure removal tool to uninstall my anti virus and used revo uninstaller to remove hotspot shield VPN from my PC before upgrading with no success. The network connections icon looks connected when the pc is first turned on then it changes to the yellow exclamation mark. I have updated the network adpater driver to the latest and also tried plugging in a USB wireless adapter which has the same problem. Will refresh your pc in windows 10 resolve this issue and does this remove all my saved files?
Can't connect to broadband connection. The Modem (or other connecting devices) has reported an error
While I troubleshooted in network and sharing center I got "There might be a problem with the driver for the Ethernet adapter" And "There might be a problem with the driver for the wi-fi adaptor". I am using Windows 10 ....
I am experiencing Problem with the wifi connectivity after I updated my Dell Inspiron 15 3521. I updated the Dell Wireless 1703 802.11b/g/n (2.4GHz) to the latest and tried every steps I could find in the blogs, youtube and communities talk but still couldn't fix the problem.
Clean W10pro installation from scratch. No upgrade. Quad Core intel @ 3.??ghz with 4GB on an intel board. Basic workhorse machine. Windows is up to date and nothing else has been installed to the machine. No changes to OS from defaults upon installation. Device Manager shows all attached devices are working properly. USB Wireless card connects to the access point just fine.
ICS is enabled on this adapter and shows as "shared". Ethernet adapter is auto-configured by ICS (IP and SUBNET). This adapter displays as "Unidentified Network" with or without cable connected. Under Status/Details: NO gateway. NO DNS servers.
Client Computer: same basic machine as above. Everything updated and functional.Ethernet adapter wired with standard ethernet cable to Host. (All this gear is modern and will not require hardline crossover)Ethernet adapter is set to obtain IP/DNS automatically.Under Status/Detail IP Address is 192.168.137.124 (DNS is working properly)Ping 192.168.137.1 successful without errors.
I disabled the firewalls. No improvement. Reset everything to defaults. Tried a "Bridged Connection" same "No Internet Access" results. In the end everything works except no internet access across the two adapters in the Host machine and there should be.
So i currently have a MSI GT80 Titan running killer wireless 1525 network adapter and am constantly seeing network drops to the point where i get an exclamation mark over my wireless icon and no activity. Connection shows connected but no speed, only until i manually disconnect and reconnect. This has been happening since earlier this week after having the laptop off for a couple days and i'm sure some updates came in from Microsoft.
Steps I've taken already to resolve this:
1. Uninstalled killer wireless software suite and installed stand alone killer driver 2. Refreshed the PC with clean windows 10 install 3. All drivers are up to date including BIOS 4. Ran ccleaner along with registry side of it 5. Memtest shows no errors 6. Hard drives show no errors 7. Connected to LAN and no drops all day
I'm not sure what else to check as this is a fairly new laptop bought back in march and doing some searching on google showed some posts about people with the same issues (different laptops/hardware) thinking it was related to Windows 10.
Today, when i opened my PC i found out that i have "No internet connection". The last time i used it was last night, and it worked like a charm. The problem is from the software itself I guess because other devices seem to be working fine connected to the internet. This also happened to me while using windows 8.1 but I got it fixed everytime with a simple "netsh" command. Now things aren't this simple, i tried multiple fixes and none of them worked. I tried to update the driver from the device manager but i can't find the microsoft and the producer driver, instead i find some outdated drives from like 2013.
If I go to the network and sharing center on one of the computers on our home network it reports that it is not connected to a network, but this system can see other computers on the network and access the internet. The other computers cannot see this system, however. This system has an older X38 motherboard with an E8400 processor, but the initial in-place upgrade from Windows 7 had no problems at all.
I didn't notice the problem until I realized that about two weeks of backups across the network had failed. I have tried the repair tools in Windows 10 and have uninstalled and reinstalled the network adapter without success. I was hoping that the problem would be fixed by installing the recent big windows update, but windows update reports that it cannot connect even though I have internet access.
I upgraded to Win10 yesterday. upgrade could be a keyword for the future but since I upgraded everything has been perfect except my connection to the Internet. It's fine on startup but once I go on Edge, Chrome, steam or Skype it stops about 3 minutes in when using them. It doesn't come back unless I restart.
I'm using a Ethernet connect. All wireless devices are working fine, My LAN adapter is a Broadcom Netlink Gigabyte Ethernet. Turning router off and on again doesn't work. All drivers are up to date, apparently. No vpn.
I removed my McAfee to see if that changed anything but still no luck.
I don't know what to do now because this goes beyond my knowledge of windows 10 and computers.
My PC is over 5 years old, maybe that's a factor but it still surpassed all the requirements to run Windows 10
This brings me back to Upgrading and not full fresh install. I've too many family photos and other valuable projects. I dont have an external hard drive either, which I need soon as my current one is getting louder, but that's not the issue here. I just want to get on the Internet and enjoy my 120mb Internet speed!