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Cannot connect to the internet

I am using an axssestel router to connect to the internet via a LAN cable. I have tried to connect on numerous occasions however it I cannot establish a connection. My service is not suspended or anything as my SP said however I still cannot connect. Please help

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First thing I would do is disconnect router cable and plugin for exactly 10 seconds and then plug it back it. This will remove static discharge from router that tend to build up on a normal basis.

If problem still persists, go to network settings, click repair.

You can also set up a home network with the connection wizard which I would use all the "recommended" or "automatic " settings.

I am sure one of these will work just fine for you

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