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Linksys DGS-1224T Flashing Lights/No connection

I have a Linksys DGS-1224T switch in a classroom. I lost Internet connection and discovered that my 1st and 3rd row of lights are flashing green and 2th and 4th row are constant orange. I don't know what the lights signify. Can you help?

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I think its a DLINK-DGS-1224T.. Check also is the power light is flashing?

Try to hard reset the router and flash the firmware. You can firmware from DLINK.

Hope it will help you..

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