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Troulbleshoot Dl-614+ Suddenly the router does not seem to be providing a wireless signal. The indicator lights also seem to be flashing different than before. Is my router "fried" ???

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  • modestodelga Sep 22, 2008




    It just suddenly not communicating wireless... The M2 light is on constantly and seconds later all lighs blinks for one second. (this occurs ones every 10 seconds)


  • alouisell Oct 19, 2008

    My DI-614+ has been working reliably for 2 years. Now my wireless signal comes and goes. I have to use the "repair" option every 5 to 10 minutes. I have not identified a clear pattern. I have not upgraded firmware my current firmware is from June 2004, but again, until recently I have had no issues. I have unplugged and replugged, I have reset, I have tried changing the default channel and no success!

  • Daniel Jenkins
    Daniel Jenkins May 11, 2010

    have you tried turning it off (unplugging power) and pluggin back in?



    Sometimes routers just stall out and a reboot fixes the issue.

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Hi ,
hey underwent the problem and i think there is no concern of the indicator lights they may be flashing or they may be solid as well . but the only thing that u should take care of is the powerlight it should not be blinking .
well if the wireless keeps on disconnecting at a regular period of time ....CHANGE THE BEACON LEVEL FROM 100 to 70(beacon means the signals propating time of the router )...
if it still doesn't work then u can surely call the customer care of ur routers company and they will provide u with the replacement of this router ....

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