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Just ran into a problem today and cant figure out what I have done wrong

 

I can confirm I am connected to the internet ( otherwise would not be posting this ) But that is the message I get on my main PC.

 

I have a VOIP adapter connected to the router Both voice lines working. Laptop using wifi working. Main PC can connect to the router setup screen, can ping internal ip addresses and connect to Laptop with screen sharing ( doing this right now )but if I use Safari, Firefox or Mail on the main computer I get a message saying I am not connected to the internet however system preferences tells me I am.

 

I have tried resetting router , restarting osx 10.6.2 trying a different ethernet port both on the computer and router but still no go

 

Has anyone else had issues or can someone suggest a next step I think I have tried everything.

 

So right now I am on the main computer with Screen sharing to the laptop I am connected

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Just ran into a problem today and cant figure out what I have done wrong

 

I can confirm I am connected to the internet ( otherwise would not be posting this ) But that is the message I get on my main PC.

 

I have a VOIP adapter connected to the router Both voice lines working. Laptop using wifi working. Main PC can connect to the router setup screen, can ping internal ip addresses and connect to Laptop with screen sharing ( doing this right now )but if I use Safari, Firefox or Mail on the main computer I get a message saying I am not connected to the internet however system preferences tells me I am.

 

I have tried resetting router , restarting osx 10.6.2 trying a different ethernet port both on the computer and router but still no go

 

Has anyone else had issues or can someone suggest a next step I think I have tried everything.

 

So right now I am on the main computer with Screen sharing to the laptop I am connected

r u using little snitch or something like? also verify the firewall rules on security.prefpane

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traceroute to 74.125.77.147 (74.125.77.147), 64 hops max, 52 byte packets

1 192.168.1.1 (192.168.1.1) 0.699 ms 0.458 ms 0.433 ms

2 58.28.15.31 (58.28.15.31) 32.339 ms 31.978 ms 32.505 ms

3 58.28.13.83 (58.28.13.83) 32.483 ms 32.073 ms 32.507 ms

4 58.28.8.8 (58.28.8.8) 33.472 ms 32.199 ms 31.978 ms

5 114.31.203.89 (114.31.203.89) 32.507 ms 32.711 ms 32.349 ms

6 114.31.202.40 (114.31.202.40) 58.806 ms 58.397 ms 59.285 ms

7 114.31.192.96 (114.31.192.96) 59.287 ms 57.864 ms 58.871 ms

8 114.31.201.18 (114.31.201.18) 57.871 ms 58.687 ms 57.894 ms

9 66.249.95.234 (66.249.95.234) 59.290 ms 58.895 ms 59.120 ms

10 209.85.249.52 (209.85.249.52) 159.253 ms 159.125 ms 159.383 ms

11 209.85.241.102 (209.85.241.102) 159.625 ms 159.904 ms 159.409 ms

12 216.239.43.212 (216.239.43.212) 241.742 ms 252.925 ms 243.136 ms

13 216.239.43.81 (216.239.43.81) 296.138 ms

72.14.233.117 (72.14.233.117) 295.853 ms 296.627 ms

14 209.85.251.232 (209.85.251.232) 316.090 ms 316.768 ms 317.323 ms

15 209.85.250.55 (209.85.250.55) 397.174 ms 390.675 ms 422.280 ms

16 216.239.43.123 (216.239.43.123) 411.325 ms 411.832 ms 412.681 ms

17 72.14.239.199 (72.14.239.199) 414.189 ms

72.14.239.197 (72.14.239.197) 414.575 ms 414.863 ms

18 209.85.255.102 (209.85.255.102) 413.548 ms

209.85.255.110 (209.85.255.110) 420.122 ms

209.85.255.102 (209.85.255.102) 407.251 ms

19 74.125.77.147 (74.125.77.147) 407.284 ms 415.021 ms 414.904 ms

Shauns-Mac-Pro:~ Numberonekiwi$ dig google.com

 

; <<>> DiG 9.6.0-APPLE-P2 <<>> google.com

;; global options: +cmd

;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached

Shauns-Mac-Pro:~ Numberonekiwi$

 

Thanks for your help it now looks like it may have something to do with DNS resolution but as the laptop and main computer are both on the same router ISP and so on I dont believe the problem is anywhere apart from the computer

 

I will try a few things in network preferences to see what may be the problem.

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Ok So with going with my thought of DNS resolution idea I tried typing 74.125.77.147 into the address bar and got to google on firefox also other pages can be accessed this way but I need to know the ip address of web sites to get them and it does not work for all sites

 

This seems a real strange issue now to find out why

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Do you know your DNS server's IP addy? You can manually input it and try that. Otherwise, I suggest finding someone who has a huge hosts.txt file and pray that the IP addys dont change much.

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Thanks for all the tips, But I noticed another problem today I also got errors on terminal so I ran a repair permissions and verify disk there were major problems on both .

Restarted and automaticly the system ran repair disk and after 3 attempts It failed to repair the disk and failed to even boot fully. upon the next restart it finally sorted it self out and all is back to normal

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Thanks for all the tips, But I noticed another problem today I also got errors on terminal so I ran a repair permissions and verify disk there were major problems on both .

Restarted and automaticly the system ran repair disk and after 3 attempts It failed to repair the disk and failed to even boot fully. upon the next restart it finally sorted it self out and all is back to normal

 

Back up all of your stuff NOW! That sounds like hard drive failure to me.

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