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You are say link light means network light not on. Then you check network cable because network cable not proper response not link light on. or check you not break any cable. If possible reset Linksys adapter and wait some time then open and configure i hope solved your problem. If not solved then contact Good network engineer.
Checked the instruction manual online. There's no INET light indicated. There's Power, Status, WAN, WLAN, and LAN LEDs. The WAN LED only indicates that the WAN port is connected to another device, e.g., cable or DSL modem. Check on your cable or DSL modem to see if the Internet light is on. If so, then you'll need to log into your router and go through the configuration/setup per the manual for your type of connection.
Flying blind here, with not much info, but let's see. Have you tried a new cable? Have you tried a different outlet in the back of your router? Are you saying the light on the cable which plugs into the back of your computer. Have you checked to see if there are any errors showing in Device Manager?
You need the Network Adapter and you have to sign up and pay money/ month http://au.ps2.ign.com/articles/366/366021p1.html f you are hooking it up to a DSL cable/modem, 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector on the Network Adaptor and plug your Ethernet cable in the connector labeled NETWORK. 2. Plug the AC power cord for the PlayStation2 system into an electrical outlet. 3. Turn on the PlayStation2 system and start the Network Adaptor Start-up Disc. If you are hooking it up to a router: 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector of the Network Adaptor. 2. Connect an Ethernet network cable from the NETWORK connector of the Network Adaptor to an available LAN port of the router. 3. Connect the WAN port of the router to the DSL or cable modem. 4. Connect a personal computer (not pictured) to an available LAN port of the router. Use a web browser on the PC to set up the router to reach the Internet. 5. Follow the specific instructions that come with the router. There is no additional installation for switches. If you are hooking it up to a LAN: 1. Remove the sticker covering the network connector of the Network Adaptor. 2. Connect an Ethernet network cable from the NETWORK connector of the Network Adaptor to a wireless Ethernet bridge. 3. Connect the WAN port of the wireless router to the DSL or cable modem. 4. Connect a personal computer to the router. Use a web browser on the PC to set up the router to reach the Internet. 5. Follow the specific instructions that come with the router. For pictures, see the thread here: http://www.funadvice.com/r/3js7klmkua
Hi Jackie! It sounds like a communication problem between the router and the computer. Try the following solutions to solve
1.Connect the LAN cable to other free LAN port in the router.
2. Try using a different LAN cable.
3. a. Open Device Manager b. Go to Network adapters. Click on the "+" sign next to it. c. Double-click on your network adapter. d. On Advanced tab, look for Speed/duplex settings (or Media Type) and change it's value to Full autonegotiation (or AutoSelect). e. Click OK on all windows. f. Close the Device Manager and restart your computer.
4. Reinstall or update your network adapter device drivers.
A "workaround" solution - use a wireless network adapter to connect wirelessly to the router.
Initially check whether the ip address is assigned in the computer in which internet is not browsing using the command ipconfig/all for windows and ifconfig for linux.If ip is present try to ping the default gateway ip address,if ping is success there is no issue in the cable you used and also with ip address.If ip is not assigned assign ip by manually or by using dhcp of router.Enable and disable the lan card in the router so that sometimes the problem get resolved.After ip is assigned and ping with router is ok .Ensure dns servers are correct else give google public dns server 126.96.36.199.Then try to ping www.google.com in command prompt if ping is success then you can browse.
did you check the cable that is it working fine???
and the other thing does your network connection shows that the local area is unplugged if it shows then it is definatly problem with the wire or Connector.