Question No Internet Access on IPv4 Connectivity

Autocon487

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I've been having this problem for sometime when I am trying to connect to my router or a Range extender, I keep getting the same message which is no internet access on IPv4. Everything seems to be working fine, the network is being identified but that about it. I got no connection to the internet.

As of now I am using this:
TL-MR3020
https://www.amazon.com/TP-Link-Wireless-Portable-Router-TL-MR3020/dp/B00634PLTW/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=tp+link+portable+router+tl-mr3020&qid=1588913318&s=electronics&sr=1-2
 

Autocon487

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Okay, something is seriously wrong then. Let's try booting a linux live cd/usb and see if the problem is still there with the wired connection.

Update: I just used a PCIE wifi adapter and I was able to connect to the wifi, however I still can't connect directly with ethernet.
 
To run the linux test, download an iso from here:
https://spi.dod.mil/docs/TENS-3.0.1_public.iso

Then follow the instructions here to write the cd to an iso or disc:
https://linuxmint-installation-guide.readthedocs.io/en/latest/burn.html

And then follow these instructions to boot off of it:
http://www.boot-disk.com/boot_priority.htm

The end result is that you will have a working version of linux running in ram that does not use your hard drive at all (it boots from the cd/usb and then doesn't need it). You will be able to try using the Internet again using a cable and see if it works. If it does not, you have a hardware issue.
 

Autocon487

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To run the linux test, download an iso from here:
https://spi.dod.mil/docs/TENS-3.0.1_public.iso

Then follow the instructions here to write the cd to an iso or disc:
https://linuxmint-installation-guide.readthedocs.io/en/latest/burn.html

And then follow these instructions to boot off of it:
http://www.boot-disk.com/boot_priority.htm

The end result is that you will have a working version of linux running in ram that does not use your hard drive at all (it boots from the cd/usb and then doesn't need it). You will be able to try using the Internet again using a cable and see if it works. If it does not, you have a hardware issue.
Does not work, seems like its option B then, hardware issue
 

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