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Re: Status and WLAN lights
First thing to do here is to reset the router, to reset it Press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds while the power is ON then fater that just again the setup of the router to your computer to reconfifgure it back and hopefully everything will be back to normal....
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Please make sure that Power, Internet and Wireless Light (or LAN light if trying to connect with Ethernet cable) is there on router if you are trying to connect it wireless .
And if only Power light is there only.Please try to power cycle the router ( turn off the router from power supply wait for a minute, plug the power supply back) and then again check the light status.
Even after this if same light status is there please try to reset the router ( there will be small pinhole button on the back side of router) just press it for 15 seconds and then release it.Wait for 2 mins and check the light status again.
It will fix your problem.
If the status led light keeps flashing there is a problem on your ISP side. Router is trying to establish connection with internet. Please check led light status on your modem (not router). Also please try to change position of your router as it might be in a "dead spot".
For more info about your router please visit: http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=6
DI-624 is a bit old and mine has failed from overheating on occasion. Check that it is not in direct sunlight. If it is hot to the touch, see if it works after cooling off a bit. I had a client who had no problems for five months, until spring. One day his wifi crapped out every time the sun came out and it took me forever to figure that one out.
Try resetting the router . Press the reset button for 10 seconds and after 10 seconds unplug the power cable but continue pressing the reset button for another 30 seconds after 30 seconds plug in back the power cable and continue pressing the reset button for 10 seconds and release it after 10 seconds.
try to open an Internet browser and type in 192.168.0.1 on the address bar. It should give you the DLink page. Once you have that configure your connection.
Press the reset button on the back of the router and hold for 10-15 seconds, this resets router to factory defaults. Access the router using the IP address of the router http://192.168.1.1 access the router setup and create your PPPOE internet connection provided by your ISP using your username and password connect to the router via the computer. BPCS