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Linksys wireless g broadband router begins flashing 2 ethernet ports simultaneously and consequently internet unavailable. Tried moving cables around between the three available ports and the same thing happens. If I bypass the router and plug directly to the modem--everything works fine. Do I just need to reset router (this was recently done a month ago) or is the router fried?

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Hi
Dont think that the router is dead
1.Make a hard reset
2.Reconfigure
3.Install the latest version of firmware
That should definately sort the problem out and do let me know

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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