How To Fix Ethernet Cable Connected But No Internet – Windows 11
If you have connected an Ethernet cable to your windows 11 PC or Laptop but have no internet access to your system, don’t worry today in this article I am going to explain how you can fix and solve this problem. You just have to follow the steps I am going to explain in the article.
First of all, right-click your start menu, and open settings as you can see in the image.
After opening the settings window you need to search for the troubleshooting option from the system menu. Click on troubleshoot options and then other troubleshooters as shown in the image below
Here you will get a troubleshooting option for internet connection including other options for troubleshooting as you can see in the below image.
You can see the run button against each troubleshooting option. Click on the run button to the internet connection troubleshooting option. The troubleshooter option will automatically detect and fix your problem. When troubleshooting complete close this window and check whether your problem is solved or not.
If your problem is still there then just go to the start menu or search menu and type ncpa.cpl command and press enter.
Here you will get network connection options as shown in the image below. Choose and right-click your desired Ethernet connection where you have physically connected the Ethernet cable. Go to properties, double click on ipv4 address if you are using an IPv4 address or IPv6 address according to your IP version using your internet service providers. Mostly they are using IPv4 addresses. Also, check if they are providing fixed IP addresses or automatic IP addresses.
If your internet service provider uses a fixed IP addressing scheme then it is important that you have all the information about your IP address like your IP address, subnet mask, your internet gateway, and your DNS information. So you can configure all settings for fixed IP addresses here by clicking on “use the following IP address“.
In my case, my internet service provider uses an automatic IP address so to troubleshoot an automatic IP address go to the start menu again and type the command cmd and then right click on the command prompt and click run as administrator, then click yes
Here you will see the command prompt of windows 11. In the command prompt, you just need to put the following command to reset different services setting.
netsh winsock reset
netsh int ip reset
Run all the above command as the correct order just we have typed and restart your computer.
After restart check your internet if it is working then good otherwise to your start menu again and click on settings, select network and internet and then select Advance network settings as shown in the image
From Advance network settings clink on network reset under more settings option, then click on reset now
Select Yes when it prompt network reset and then close and restart your system.