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D-link wireless wont work after high speed disconnect.

Phone line went down ...high speed works when plugged direct now but wireless doesnt. I originally did the install....without computer skills,,,help!!

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It's pretty easy to remedy...
1. turn off all computers including wi fi laptops... turn off routers, modem, wifi router as well.
Here's the trick:
Turn on your main router... the one that is plugged direct to your modem.
turn this on before anything else... once it's booted up, turn on your modem... it will cycle up and find the first ip address which will be your router that was turned on previously...
Then turn on all the other routers, wifi computers.... the main router should give all the other equipment their addresses automatically and you should have wireless working at that point...

Good luck... let me know if it gets you up and running.

Posted on May 27, 2009

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OK.. First of all, I am hoping you understand the basics of the MagicJack concept ?? Highspeed Internet connection on your PC, MagicJack plugged into your USB port, with a phone plugged into the other end of the MagicJack ? It requires High Speed, no dial up, and marginally works on my wireless Broadband due to atmospheric influences. It DOES work on my bluetooth wireless cell modem just based on the better speeds I get from the modem vs. my wireless Broadband.

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2. With DSL, you will have good solid speeds, but you will still have the issue of, MagicJack, being too low in it's power source, because it comes from the USB port of your PC. You are basically going to be stuck with a single wireless or corded phone, for the MagicJack service. In this case, since the DSL is fed through the BBPC phone lines, you will not be able to 'pipe', even Vonage back through your house phone lines.

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As an added note.. Your query for help is concerning.. again, high speed internet into your PC, MagicJack plugged into your PC's USB port, the phone plugs into the MagicJack's RJ-11 phone port.


Thank you for your time in these matters.

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