I'm having some connection issues I'm hoping someone can help me with. I'll try to make as much sense as I can, but I apologize in advance if I ramble. In my bedroom / office I have a desktop PC and a netbook (which is what I'm using at the moment). The netbook is connected to a wireless router, while the desktop is connected to the modem, albeit via the router. For the last two days I've been unable to connect to the internet with the desktop. The wireless signal is as strong as ever for my netbook, and I'm having no problems with that connection. Thinking that something may be wrong with the router, I totally took it out of the equation, and had the connection going directly from the phone jack (I'm using AT&T High Speed DSL) to the modem and then from the modem to the computer. Still no luck. I Keep getting the "Firefox can't find the server at www.whateveriamlookingfor.com. However, the modem must be working since I am getting the wireless signal the with the router and the connection going wall-modem-router-computer. I've looked at internet and firewall settings, and as far as I can tell, everything looks to be in order, so basically I'm stumped. If anyone has experienced this problem, how did you fix it? Am I missing something when it comes to looking at the settings? I am open to any and all suggestions. Many thanks in advance for any hints / tips / advice / suggestions provided. Adam edit: I've also swapped out ethernet cables thinking that that might be the problem, but i still could not connect.