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Is the green light suppose to blink or stay steady after connecting to desktop and router?

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Are the lights on the router stay on or blinking ?


The power light should stay solid as long as the router is plugged in. The WAN light and LAN lights are solid when you are connected, and the connection is idle. The lights blink when traffic is present. The lights are off when there is no connection.

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Source: www.belkin.com

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http://www.fixya.com/support/r3801591-fix_blinking_power_light_linksys

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You have not configured the DHCP or manually allotted IP address to the system or possibly a wrong IP address. This is the reason for limited connectivity.

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Is the router lights suppose to be blinking or glowing steady?


Hello,

On most routers when data is being accessed you will see the lights blink rapidly, especially if you are passing video over it. Data connections will blink intermittently but normally not as fast as video.

Hope this helps. Please remember to rate this information.

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