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The lights will blink indicating activity. Much like your HDD, DVD/CD drive light blinks with activity. Correct me if I am not understanding your question, "monitor lamps". Has this been happening for a long time, just started? How many years have you had the wireless access point? If you reboot the device does it complete the self-test?
- what type is your router
- what type of internet connection you are use to connect (DSL,Cable...)
- what is your operating system on your PC
If your router have some led lights in front of and all the lights are on then you have to change your router
If the led lights are not all on check which one is on and have activities, try to localize the problem by eliminating by the led lamp signal.
Maybe you have a problem on your PC.
- bad network cable between the router and PC
- firewall active on the PC or the router
- bad network card in the PC
Use a strong one of your desire. or Are you just setup your router? Usually the address look like http://192.168.0.1/, from there you setup the route, and also usually is the mac address that is on the router specs in the box.
Does your router have one LED lamp for each "wired" port?
If so, does unplugging the Ethernet-cable (the one that connects to your desktop PC) cause the lamp to go off?
Does reconnecting that cable cause the lamp to go on?
Also, on your desktop computer, there could be a lamp right beside where the Ethernet-cable connects into your computer.
Again, disconnect the cable, and reconnect the cable, to see if that lamp goes off/on.
Have you tried a different cable?
Do *NOT* connect your desktop computer to the 'WAN' port on the router -- connect it to any of the "LAN" ports.
I think you are asking for a router model number that works properly with what you are doing.
If you are already using a router, try connecting your pc directly to your modem and try to download. You should not have any problems with your download. If you are having problems, check your modem specs, maybe your modem is a modem/router(this means that you have to do your port forwarding on your modem.
Have you looked at the traffic logging information from your FR114P? You might want to visit http://www.LinkLogger.com and download a copy of Link Logger for your firewall and see what your firewall says is hitting it.
Do You have UPNP enabled in the router ?