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Get a signal on upstirs computer, but can't get on the internet

The computer upstairs says that it has a signal, but the internet will not come on.

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  • Anonymous Feb 17, 2009

    I have the same problem, but I am trying to host a game online , so I bought this router for a static IP cause my Modem is DSL. and when I hook my router up it says its connected to the net but webpages will not come up (firewall is off)
    I have a wbr-1310 D-Link.

    and I tryed to get to the D-Link setting and its not working to well.

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First , make sure that the cable from the Cable modem is in the Internet/WAN port on the router.

If you are using DSL, you have to put settibgs in the router with the help of your Internet provider.

Last, Check and see if your firewall is blocking the internet.

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