Sorry Frank. No I am in UK but work evenings.
Anyway, the ipaddress and gateway are incorrect.
It looks as if the wireless part of the router is malfunctioning as it hasn't allocated an IP address to your laptop (or Mac by your description).
To check the router, you will have to connect to your laptop via cable.
Go to start>run>cmd and type ipconfig (again!) in the black window that appears.
The gateway address that appears should read something like 192.168.0.1. If it starts with anything but 192.168, get back to me.
Open Internet explorer and type http:// (the gateway address like 192.etc)
This should take you into the control panel of the router. You may have to enter a username and password XXXXX should be admin and password.
From the Main Menu, under Advanced, click the LAN IP Setup link to view the menu, shown in Figure
From the Main Menu, under Advanced, click the LAN IP Setup link to view the menu
Make sure "Use Router as DHCP Server " is ticked. If not, click on the box to tick.
Click on apply.
Close Internet explorer and then disconnect cable. Try connecting wirelessly again.
If the box is already ticked, then leave screen on and get back to me.