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If your computer is already connected connected then connecting the PS3 will not stop the computer from connecting to the router. For instructions on setting up the PS3, Xbox, or Wii, for a
wireless/Internet connection. please click on this link :-
Is it the Data Light? If it's the Data Light it's actually normal for it to blink since it's getting the user data to the modem. However, you might want to recheck the connections, if the cables are connected correctly to the correct port. If all else fails, you might want to contact your Internet Service Provider where you got this modem from since the modem might be faulty.
You can check the manual for this modem here: http://www.toshiba.com/taisnpd/products/pcx2500manual.pdf
Yes this is usually a signal related problem from the provider. Often times this is premises related. Items that you can check. 1. Is the coax line tight in the back of the modem and at the wall. 2. Are there any splitters where the cable comes out of the wall before it attaches to your modem. If so remove them and attach the cable directly to the wall from the back of the modem and power cycle the modem. 3. Do you have a coax cable line that goes directly from the outlet the modem is attached to the point that the cable service enters the household. Each time that you split your coax line it takes away part of the signal and the more times you split the more likely you are to not get a connection to the internet.
If all of these items are in place and you still are having problems call your service provider and schedule a service call. Good luck.
Do a factory reset first. ie. paper clip on the reset switch. Look on the label. Does it have a factory default IP address? something like 19220.127.116.11 or 192.168.1.1 or something liek that. open iExplorer and type int ehIP address into the address bar (at the top).
Hit enter and the router home page shoudl come up..