Question about D-Link RangeBooster G WBR-2310 Wireless Router (WBR2310)

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When I turn it on it acts as if it's not connected

When I turn it on power led gives a solid light, all 4 LAN LEDs and WAN LED keep on flashing simultaneously, while status led doesn't give anything and local area connection indicator on my PC says that network cable is unplugged. all LEDs give green light. i tried to solve this by reseting a router, but nothing has changed. by the way all cables I used(3 of them) are working properly. I don't know if that's of any importance but my brother was using it for a few weeks without any trouble, and when I turned it on the first time it was all well except that I couldn't go on the internet, so I had to contact my ISP for assistance and they asked for MAC and I read it to them.

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  • ksg0121 Jun 26, 2008

    I have a D-link DCM-202 modem and a dlink Range Booster G WBR-2310 wireless Router. All four LAN lights are on but only have ethernet cable connected. For a temp. fix i have turn both the modem and router off for at least 5 mins. and turn it back on and it work. But this is happening about every other day. Does anyone have any sugguestions???

    Thanks everyone... !!!

  • oxideorange Oct 15, 2008

    WBR 2310 All LED Lights remain in a solid state even if ports are empty. No connection established, reset on modem and router for up to 10 minutes, cables are working fine. What to do now?

  • Anonymous Dec 29, 2008

    Same problem. I called D-Link and the guy got me to shut off the modem and the router, reset the compter, and it still didnt work. when i reset the router it only has one port lit up but there is a flashing lighht and my computer says i have limited or no connection. Im positive i have internet cause it works without the router. What do i do?

  • DrFrank90 Mar 11, 2009

    Same here.

    • LEDs "Power", "LAN", "Ports 1 to 4" : On, solid.
    • Wireless connection : No broadcast.
    • Wired connection : No signal at all (as if cable was unplugged).
    After sticking a pin into the Reset hole for 30 seconds:

    • LED "Power" on, solid; LED "Ready" blinking.
    • Wireless connection : No broadcast.
    • Wired connection : No DHCP response ("Limited or no connectivity" on Windows, Just nothing on Linux).
    After connecting a PC to a LAN port with a static IP address:

    • PC - Router communication okay; shows a "Firmware Upgrade" page. No other options available.
    After downloading the proper firmware upgrade (model number + revision match, downloaded latest stable non-beta version 1.05 from; I'm a Canadian customer; filename is, I extracted the archive, giving an image called wbr2310_revA_firmware_105.bin, and fed it to the router through HTTP ("Firmware upgrage page", upgrade.cgi), and let it reboot.

    Result: same as beginning of this post.

    It's the second unit that does this in two years. Called D-Link Canada support line, support representative said she couldn't help me and a "Level 2 representative" would call me two days later at 1pm. They never called back.

  • milost74 Mar 12, 2009

    If I remember correctly, I've solved this by sticking a needle in a reset hole while the router was off, then plugged power with a needle still shucked in the reset hole. Also, the only option was to upgrade the firmware.
    Talking about the firmware, I tried 1.05, but the computer with wireless connection couldn't be online unless the one with wired connection is on, so I rolled back to 1.04



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I called D-Link yesterday with the problem. Same as last time: they couldn't help me, and said a better tech would call the next day.

I left the router unplugged from the power for the night.

They called the next day, so I plugged it back in. It worked.

Cheap solution, I know; but you may want to try to unplug the router from the power for about a day. That worked for me. The unit may have overheated or have had a power surge (probably a surge in my case). Another tip: don't stack your router and modem (or any other device) as it causes it to heat up too much. Hope that helps.

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Contact vendor and ask then to change the firm ware if its not taking it replace the device

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  • ramji duraiswamy Oct 13, 2007

    have u contact ur vendor



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