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Note that incoming traffic will cause the WAN (or Internet) light to blink even if it is 'probe' traffic trying to break in to your network. Such traffic is to be expected and is the reason you have firewall functionality in your gateway router.
On the inside, there is a bit of traffic on any LAN when the computers are turned on. Messages generated by the router itself are used to find computers and printers for a lot of different legitimate reasons.
possible reasons why you can't connect to the internet
1. Ethernet cable is not plug in tight from the modem to your laptop.
2. DSL light on your modem is RED/flashing green/ OFF
3. if you have router try to unplug both modem and router for 20 seconds then turn your modem on first and wait for the DSL light on the modem become solid green before powering the router ON
4. check the LACAL AREA CONNECTION. it might be disabled. to check click satart menu then go to control panel then look for network ana internet then click network and sharing center. From the left had side of the page look for manage network connection and click it then check if the LAN is disabled. if its disabled right click the LAN and select enable.
5. check internet connection again if it works
The first thing you should do is a proper 'powercycle' for all of your internet equipment.
To do this:
1) Unplug the power to your modem and your router, and power off your computer. 2) Wait a full minute. 3) Plug the power back in to JUST the modem. 4) Wait some more - for the modem to fully connect to your ISP, and the lights to indicate. If you're not sure, just wait about 2-3 minutes. 5) Plug the power back into the router. 6) Wait another minute or two for the router to finish connecting. 7) Then turn the computer back on.
You can bypass the computer turning on and off if you can repair your wireless connection.
If this doesn't work, there is a pinhole sized reset button on the router itself that you will need a toothpick or somesuch to press - press and hold the button for 5 seconds, and then try the steps above again. If you do this, the network id and password will be reset to the default, just like it was when you bought it.
There are several reasons your Internet may not be working on your phone. I'll explain each.
First, Internet (Data) service must be added to your account for it to work. If you did not request Data service when you activated your account, you'll need to contact your cellular provider and have it added.
Second, If you just activated your account, although the phone can make and receive calls within 10 minutes, Data service can take up to 24-hours to be activated.
Third, if you have Data service but are unable to make a call, you may be out of range of a cell tower. You must be in range for Data to work.
Fourth, if you SIM unlocked your phone and are using a SIM card from a cellular company that did not originally sell the phone, the phone must be re-programmed with the correct frequencies to use Data.
Fifth, if you had data on the phone and it just stopped working, contact your cellular provider's Customer Service department and request that Data service be re-set on your account. (Sometimes that happens.)
If you have the following lights : Power light - on Receive light - flashing Send light - flashing Online light - off PC/Activity - on Standby - off Then your Network Access is OFF - modem is successfuly registered but Network Access Control is disabled via DOCSIS configuration file.
1)Verify that the batteries are correctly installed in the keyboard and mouse. If possible, use a fresh set of alkaline batteries.
2)Reset the keyboard and mouse connections :
--With the receiver plugged in, press and hold the Connect button on the receiver until the activity LED flashes.
--Press and hold the recessed connect button on the underside of the keyboard until the activity light on the receiver stops flashing. When you release the button, make sure it does not stick in the depressed position.
--Press the Connect button on the receiver again until the activity light flashes.
--Press and hold the recessed button on the underside of the mouse until the activity light on the receiver stops flashing. Make sure the connect button does not stick in the depressed position.
--Make sure that the receiver is at least 20 centimeters (8 inches) away from other electrical devices (computer, monitor, keyboard, etc.).
--Remove any other objects that are between the keyboard, mouse, and the receiver, especially speakers.
Hope this should resolve the Issue.
The DSL light flashing on the modem is natural for it means the device is synchronizing. But if the DSL light continues to flash, you have to wait a while before connecting, it shouldn't take more than a minute. If it does, you may need to contact your service provider because that is uncommon whether there is active Internet connection or none.
have you tried powercycling your modem?
turn of your computer, unplug the power cord from the back of the modem. wait a minute (literaly).
plug power back into modem and wait for lights to come on and stop flashing. power computer back up.
Check to see if connections works.
Also check your cable connections between the modem and the computer.
If all fails contact your Internet Service Provider, who most likely provided you with the modem.