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Internet wont connect

Doesn't allow internet connection anymore. pinging shows everything connected. When removed from the circuit and computer hooked directly to modem, internet connection is achieved. I have reset the power and the router. I have also replaced cable wire. All led's show correctly. I can reach the admin setup menu. Any suggestions for fixing this problem would be appreciated.

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Re: Internet wont connect

Try leaving both modem and router off for 10 minutes. Turn them both back on and leave them alone for 15 minutes, does it work now? If not, make not of all of your custom settings (if any), try resetting the router back to factory defaults, restore any custom settings and try again. I had the same problem with a linksys and it worked after factory reset.

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