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2300 router not sending signal or allowing flow to computer

Internet works with cable from wall goes straight into computer but when I plug into router, then run another cable to computer, nothing works.

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  • rsdice Oct 15, 2008

    I think the router is outdated and will give that a try. Thanks.

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First unplug router, turn off computer. Then plug ethernet into router then power up. Allow time for router to recognise internet connection and boot up completely. Then plug second ethernet into computer then power up computer. Allow enough time for the router to recognise computer and the computer to recognise router. You should be able to access internet within a few minutes. If not you might want to verify that the router is not outdated and fully functioning.

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