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All local network lights remain on with no flashing

Its only me that is plugged in on the router but ever now and then i get Dsiconnected and all the lights on the router go on with no flashing and need to reset the router and unplug the cable in the port.

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  • wesley_dewaa Jul 01, 2009

    sorry but its nothing to do with my modem the wirelss works fine if im not plugged in, but when i do it doesnt automatically kick me off it takes a few some times a few hours othersa few minuits.the router im useing is a airplus xtreme g di624.

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1. Restart Modem
2. Double check all plugs, make sure they are firmly in
3. Double check any password or proxy settings and see that they're correct

Also I recommend renewing your IP & refreshing the connection.

Last resort to reset modem, find the little button on the modem (usually you have to use a pen/pencil as it's in a little hole) and hold it for 15 seconds.

If still nothing contact your ISP. They should be able to assist, or you can figure out a replacement if it is dead. It does happen.

I hope I've been of some assistance!

Posted on Jul 01, 2009

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    Chris Jul 02, 2009

    Right, sorry. Just got a little confused.



    I highly recommend contacting your ISP though, the reason being they can track your connectivity, and may be able to tell you where the fault actually lies, and why you are being disconnected etc and hopefully they can provide support and a solution.



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