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The SB6121 link light uses color to indicate the connection speed. Blinking means data transfer is taking place. Blue means that it's a 1000Base-T (High-speed Gigabit Ethernet). Amber means it's an older ethernet device. 100Base-T or 10Base-T Ethernet connection.
that means there is usually a problem with your modem. you know how to hook up a router, right? usually you unplug power from both devices, plug in your modem and let it load, then plug in your router. (with some isp's id will work the other way around.
Do you have a different modem from TALKTALK? can you connect to the internet through that?
if so, you may not have to set a username and password for the belkin router: just connect the belkin router's internet port to the talktalk modem and let the talktalk modem handle the automatic connection.
do you know what protocol the talktalk ISP uses? it's probably PPPOE; make certain that your belkin router is set to the correct protocol. if you just hook it up to the talktalk modem though, you probably won't have to specificy a protocol at all.