Do you have
global TCP/IP settings entered in the Network Properties dialog box?
global TCP/IP settings may conflict with the TCP/IP settings for your connection
Be sure to write down any settings that you change while performing the
following steps. If your computer is connected to a network and you are using
the TCP/IP protocol to access the network (in addition to the Internet), you may
need to change the settings back after the problem has been resolved.
To edit global
1. Click Start,
point to Settings, click Control Panel, and then double-click
2. On the Configuration tab, click the TCP/IP protocol, and then click
3. On the IP Address tab, make certain Obtain an IP address
automatically is selected.
4. On the Gateway tab, make sure no gateway address is installed.
5. On the DNS Configuration tab, verify that Disable DNS is
6. Finally, press the OK button. This takes you back to the original
Network dialog box. Press OK once more. At this point the system will
prompt you to restart your computer.
If these steps solved the problem then there was a conflict between the global
TCP/IP settings and the settings for Safe-t.net.