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A problem has occurred when trying to access the internet. Please check your DSL/Cable connection and verify your internet connection settings. Wtf is this ? Firmware update doesnt helped. .

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Cables connection might loosen up. Check cables that runs from the wall jack going into your modem, make sure all cables are tightly plugged in. Also, check indicator light on your device. If DSL light is RED, OFF, flashing red, flashing green. there might be trouble with your Internet provider. DSL light indicator MUST be always on STEADY GREEN. If you see that the DSL light is not on STEADY GREEN status call your Internet service provider.

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It should work "out-of-the-box".
Be sure to connect using "straight-through" (not "cross-over") Ethernet cables.
Connect from the 'WAN' port on the router to your DSL-modem (or cable-modem).
Power-off the DSL/Cable modem.
Power-on the DSL/Cable modem.
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If you have a wireless router and it is connected to the DSLor cable modem then - To connect to your wireless router, the router needsits wireless settings to be configured with the SSID, encryption key etc., alsothe wireless cards in all the laptops/computers needs to be configured withthese router's wireless settings. Then the laptops/desktop computers cancommunicate with your wireless router and access the Internet via the DSL or cable modem.

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I am trying to access the internet wirelessly from a lap top through a D-Link DI-624 I went throught the steps 1. plugged up the router 2. unplugged the DSL box 3. plugged up the ethernet cable to the DSl...


Unplug the power cables from both your DSL modem and D-Link router.
Verify the Ethernet cable is plugged into both your DSL modem and the D-Link router.
Plug the DSL modem power cable back in and wait for the self-test to finish.
Plug the D-Link router power cable back in and wait for the self-test to finish.
Plug your laptop into the D-Link router using an Ethernet cable.
Can you access the D-Link configuration page now?

Check to see if your computer is getting an IP address from the D-Link router.
Here's how to do that, assuming you're using Windows.
Hold down the Windows key on your keyboard then press the letter R.
In the Run dialog box type 'cmd' (without the apostrophes).
Click OK.
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Press Enter.
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My Acer, running windows vista, is not recognizing that it is attached via an ethernet cable, to my verizon dsl modom. Dsl is working on my laptop wireless computer but not on my desk top. The ethernet...


Have you told poota that you are accessing internet?

Go to internet connections, verify your poota has an icon enabled, if showing disabled/enable

If no icons you need DSL setup disc for new connection>

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If you are using DSL as your internet connection there is a timeout period that could be setup in the linksys.

In order to change this you need to log into your router and on check on the setup page. You see the timeout option.

Check with your linksys manual for detailed instructions for logging into the unit. If you dont have it, you can always get it from their website.

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Dlink DIR-625 permanently stopped working. Connected directly to internet with dsl cable through sympatico and internet works fine but doesn't work at all when connected through Dlink DIR-625


you may need to reset the router and reconfigure the settings. please follow the steps below if you have a username and pw from sympatico.

1. Press the reset button for 30 seconds
2. Plug the modem to the internet port of the router. Check the internight light if lit; otherwise, use another known working cable.
3. Plug the PCs to the numbered port at the back of the router. Check the lights on the port number if lit; otherwise, use another known working cable.
4. Open a web browser and enter http://192.168.0.1 and press Enter. When the login window appears, set the user name to Admin and leave the password box empty. Click Log In to continue.
5. Click on manual configuration when prompted.
6. Select PPPoE on My Internet Connection and enter the username and password provided by Sympatico. Select Dynamic IP and Always ON options. Click Save Settings.
7. Click on Status tab and verify WAN status if connected. You should see WAN IP address when connected.
8. Try to open a browser and verify your connection.

Hope this helps!

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Installed WRT54G2 With ATT Motorola DSL and cannect to internet. dsl worked fine before installing the Modem had AT&T recheck the dsl and was configeration correct was advised that my problem in...


hi there ...

your isp is at&t? please verify the ip address straight to the modem if its is 192.168.1.1 and if your modem from your isp is set to DHCP or BRIDGE mode.

IF IP address is 192.168.1.1 (DHCP)
... change the LAN IP address of the router to 192.168.2.1 or 5.1 to prevent any IP conflict
by doing this :

1. access setup page of router usually 192.168.1.1
2. under setup tab look for the ip address, change it, then save
3. click on the status tab , and look for a VALID ip address

IF MODEM is set to BRIDGE mode
.... please ask username and password from your ISP coz we would need to set your router to PPOE...
1. access setup page
2. under setup tab look for INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE
3. select PPPoE
fill in username and password
select "keep"alive
save
4. click on status tab
look for LOG in TYPe ===> click CONNECT
if connected : check a valid IP address
if authentication failed verify again your username and password from your ISP

Goodluck!


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Your Verizon DSL modem might be set to BRIDGE MODE. Try connecting the router again. Connect your pc to your router. Access the configuration page of the router. Set the INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE to PPPOe. You need to enter on that page the USERNAME and PASSWORD for your VERIZON DSL. Hope this helps.


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