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Problem with a 704 p router

I been using this router for some time but suddenly it's stpe working, yesterday was working fine but today is not, i try to reset it but no avail, the M1 amber light keeps flashing all the time, as i said, i try to rest it,i disconnected, try different cables but same results. i appreciate any help i can get on this problem thanks in advance david g.

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Re: problem with a 704 p router

To do a hard reset, hold for about 5 seconds (don?t hold too long) and then release. (Or, release when M1 and M2 flash at the same time.) The M1 amber light flashing means that the system is active. Go to your routers settings by typing and make sure that enable DHCP is showing and that the network adapter cards in your pc's are set to obtain an ip address automatically, to do this start>control panel>network connections, then on your network adapter ensure it says enabled, if so right click on it and select properties, go to TCP/IP line and click properties and make sure obtain ip address automatically is ticked, ok it and restart pc and see if you get a connection.

Posted on Jun 25, 2007

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