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You may want to try resetting the modem and router. The only light that should be blinking should be the data light. A steady blinking link light typically indicates the router is attempting to establish a link. Modem may need a reset or potentially a problem on your ISP's side.
First, unplug everything. This means, remove all your equipment from any power connection. Many people think that just turning a piece of equipment off and on will solve the problem. Actually as long as the equipment is plugged in, there is power to the circuits this prevents a complete reset. Now, after maybe 30 seconds, plug in the modem and the router and then turn on your computer (I'm assuming there is at least one computer wired to the router). If the lights keep on blinking, push the reset button in the back of the router to try to reset it. If these two things don't work, you can assume the router has been damaged, possibly by a power surge and must be replaced.
I got your issue, since the power light on the router is blinking and you have mentioned that you have reset the router , so its Obvious the router has gone faulty check with your linksys whether there is any replacement for your router.
The reset button does nothing with the router powered off, basically
you hold the reset button in for 30 seconds with the router powered on.
Following this you will need to set up the router again as all settings
will be reset to factory defaults, from the sounds of it though the
router may be dead.
Another reset method is as follows;
1. With the router powered off hold in the reset button,
2. Keep the reset button in, power on the router, wait 30 seconds,
3. Keep the reset button in, power off the router, wait 30 second,
4. Release the reset button.
Did you have wireless disabled?
If you have access to a multimeter check the PSU is working correctly.
Also check if the power light on your router is blinking. If it is blinking, that's an indication of hardware failure. To revive it, do a hard reset. Press and hold the power button of the router for 30 seconds then unplug the power. Wait for 30 seconds again before you plug it back in.
i think blinking indicator is not the reason but if the indicator are not blinking that would be problem.. you are getting a internet provider, right! contact your internet provider for this problem because maybe its not your router in the problem or maybe them...