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Modem lights all on...but no internet connection

Please help. Last night I can't sign on xbox live. Something's wrong with the mtu. I check my computer internet, it's good nothing's wrong. So I reset my router and modem. Now, I got limited connection. It said something about unknown network. Please help me... I got all the green lights but no internet connection at all. Thank you for your time.

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First of all is you have DSL, you'll most likely need your ISP username and password (usually its your email with the carrier).

Is your computer connected with a wire or wireless? (if its wireless you'll have to resetup your wireless connection).

If it is hard wire, check your IP address. In Vista click on the start menu >> select Programs >> Accessoires >> Command Prompt

Type in ipconfig >> press enter >> look for "Ethernet Adater Local Area Connection"
Under that check the IPv4...if it is 192.168.1.* , where * can be any number.

If it is 169.xxx.xxx.xxx try to reset the router by pressing the reset button for 15 sec on the back of the router. If it doesn't work, try holding the reset buttion until the lights start to blink (Full reset), its usually holding the reset button for 30 sec.

Check your IP again and try the internet.

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