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Very slow, or no connection to internet, on wired computer, not wireless one

Have run this router for a year with no problems, suddenly internet connection is lost daily, regained after shutdown, and reboot of both computers, and router, and speedstream 4100 modem.
currently cannot connect to internet with router connected. Loose all Yahoo access . Passwords, homepage, etc.
At&t advises to "re-configure router"......have no idea on how to do these steps. Any help would be appreciated.

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Yes, it would be best to reconfigure it. Try the following but note.. resetting the router will erase all previously given settings.

First, reset the router - when the unit is on, press the reset button (using a paper clip) for 20 seconds then let go of the button. Once the WLAN light is solid, it means that router has rebooted.

Go to a computer wired to the router and open Internet Explorer, enter http://192.168.0.1 on the address bar. Enter admin for the username and leave the password blank.

Once you're in the Dlink page, this is where you can configure your Internet and Wireless settings again. Just run through the setup process (as if you just got the device out it's box).

Goodluck!

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