Limited access or Unidentified Network errors often appear on laptops using Win 8.1 or Win 7. There are many causes, here let us find out and how to fix it.
Fix Limited Access, Unidentified Network not entering Wifi on Laptop
How to fix “Unidentified Network” or “Limited Access” Wifi Laptop error
During use, the Wi-Fi transmitter (Wifi Modem or Access Point) cannot issue IP addresses (dynamic) to computers, so you cannot access the network.
Step 1: You need to restart the WiFi transmitter, by using the power switch of the device, if there is no power switch you can disable the power unplug to restart the wifi transmitter. After the reboot is complete, you check if the connection is available, if you did not skip to step 2.
Step 2: Reset the IP address on the computer.
There are 2 ways for you to reset your IP address.
Method 1: Use the dynamic IP address given to you by your Wifi modem.
– On your computer go to Run, type cmd and then enter.
– Enter 2 command lines
ipconfig / release: Free the old IP address on the computer
ipconfig / renew: Please re-issue a new IP address
Then check the result.
Method 2: Set a static IP address
1) Click on the Wi-Fi mast icon under the toolbar, then click Open Network and Sharing Center
2) Choose your Wifi network
3) Click on Properties
4) Click Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), then select Properties
5) Click Use the following address and Use the following DNS server addresses.
Depending on the address range that you set for accuracy, then check the results.
So with the above article, we have shown how to fix the “Unidentified Network” or “Limited Access” error when using Wifi on Laptop. For better wifi security, you should refer to changing the wifi password for each FPT, VIETTEL or VNPT modem, the password is often set troublesomely so that it is not easy to detect, and you should also create a habit of changing wifi password more often.