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I have lost connection between router and modem (no modem light)

I have been trying to set up a home network with the connction wizard and have lost the connection between my router and the modem.
I am not sure if settings have changed or routeris faulty.

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  • xxio Jul 17, 2009

    I was able to reset the unit by holding the reset button in for 10 seconds and the reinstalled the unit.

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Make new connection or check the device is enabled or not in the properties....

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Windows vista crashed. changed bios to load xp. worked. old files on hidden drive. problem is cant connect to internet. driver files on hidden drive. Now what? Try to find driver and load it?


your explanation is very confusing. your internet connection must come from a modem either directly or remotely thru router. your mentioning of hidden drive does not make sense. drivers are not part of internet connection. you need to reset the modem and router if you are connecting through it. turn everything off. unplug router and modem. after 15 seconds unplugged, plug only modem in, wait until lights stablize; now plug router power back in, wait for lights to come on;,next turn PC on. Wait until completely booted up. go to control panel click on Network Internet, when opens try to find the local connect to network. if none, then your modem is not receiving signal or IP Address from your internet provider(comcast,centurylink, whoever). check status, if active fine. if active but icon says no internet access then your router is not set correctly. you may have lost its set up and you will have to reset up your router. you should have the step or instructions for doing that. after resetting and network active, restart computer so that is receives fresh settings from router.
if no network is found after restart you may have to reconfigure your internet connect by using the internet connection wizard(control panel).

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On entering the proper username and password given to me by my provider I still can't get my wireless router to connect to the service. My router is aBelkin54g. Thanks Ivan


I am assuming that you are adding a personal router to a home network that previously consisted only of the provider's modem and your pc. Many routers have an auto-setup routine that they perform to detect your provider's settings. You can try this first. Some providers use the MAC address of your PC to "register" you on thier system. Placing a router in front of your PC will result in the modem not recognizing your system. In this case you must "spoof" the modem into thinking that your router is you PC. Most routers have this ability. If you have you pc hooked to the rouer and your modem hooked to the WAN/INTERNET connection, selecting the "spoof" option will have your router chage its MAC address to match your pc. This fools the provider's modem into thinking your router is actually your pc and will allow the connction. After that you can add whatever you wish to the network. Hope this helps.

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I need to connect a D-Link router to my cable modem so that I can use my laptop anywhere in my home


Cable-modem <-- Ethernet cable --> WAN (or "Internet") port on the router

LAN port on router <-- Ethernet cable --> network-port on your laptop

Then, access the "built-in" web-server on the router,
and run the "Wireless Networking Setup" wizard:
* to set an SSID ("network-name")
* an encryption-level (Hint: choose 'wpa')
* a password for your wireless network

Then, disconnect the Ethernet cable from your computer,
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Does it need a modem or works on it's own ??


It doesn't need a separate modem; it replaces a modem in your home network. If it's properly connected to the phone line, and you have an internet service provider (ISP) supplying you with a broadband connection, and the PC is connected to the router, then it should all work fine.

If it isn't all working fine, the most likely problem is either that the wires aren't connected in the right places, or that the PC's internet connection isn't set up properly (e.g. if you changed from dial-up with a modem to broadband with a router).

If you have recently changed from dialup to Broadband, and you're running Windows, use the Network Connections wizard to set up the internet connection. In Windows XP you can do it this way:
1) click on Start
2) move the mouse to Settings
3) click on Control Panel
4) double click on Network Connections
5) click on File
6) click on New Connection Wizard
7) follow the instructions.

Your ISP should have sent you a CD-ROM to help you to connect, so insert the CD when prompted by the New Connection Wizard.

Sometimes you can just insert the CD into the computer and you'll be prompted to do everything necessary to connect to the internet. BT, for example, do it this way.

Good luck!

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I can not connect to 192.168.0.1 I have D-link


If your network is open and passwords are default, very probably someone changed the password along with the IP address of the router (formerly 192.168.0.1) try 192.168.2.1 or something along, if you try more than 5 addresses its better to reset the router (warning: sometimes ISP set configuration values that are lost if the router is reseted call your ISP before doing this).

To reset:
  1. Find the 'reset' button in your modem.
  2. Unbend a paper clip until it is straight.
  3. Turn the modem on.
  4. Use the paper clip to press the button until the lights start flashing.
  5. Wait a moment while the router reboots.
  6. Your factory settings are restored.

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When I connect my router i lose internet connection, even though my modem still shows connectivity. I have followed the instructions to connect the router to my computer and the modem to the router. Any...


firstly, connect your modem to the router and your pc to the router. Next, reboot your PC. try to access the net. If you now can, great. If not, you may need to switch on DHCP and NAT in your modem. DHCP means Dynamic Host Control Protocol and NAT means Network Address Translation. Both of these services are required to allow your PC to access the net through your router. I am assuming that you have a modem and a separate network switch. If you have a modem and the router is another modem with a network switch built in, then you cannot use them both at the same time. If the router has a modem built in, remove your old modem and set up the router according to its manual. Entering your ISP login details either through the routers setup software or through the routers own browser page. The manual for the router will tell you how to do this. If the router is a netwrok switch, then you will need to log into your modems browser page and turn on DHCP and NAT. Then save and reboot the modem and reboot your PC. Once everything has rebooted, go into your control panel, Network connections and check that a valid connection has been made. If yes, then access the net using your browser. If no, try the Network Setup Wizard to repair or replace the existing setup with an updated one. Just run through the wizard choosing the correct or most appropriate options from the menu's..

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I lost the software for my linskys router model wrt54g v5 is there anyway i can set it up still i tried all the lights are on it shows connected but i cant get on the internet still


please download the software from this link and reconfigure your router
please call in your internet service provider for the reconfiguration

Thnx and i hope this helps
PLease rate this solutin

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Wanting wireless hookup


1)Prepare your modem. Unplug the modem's power cord and place the wireless router unit next to the modem. If the router has antennas, make sure they are raised to their full upright position.
2)Reassign your networking cable. Unplug the cable currently connected from your computer to your modem and plug it into the port located in the wireless router. This port is usually colored blue.
3)Connect the router and the modem. Use the networking cable that came with your wireless router to connect the modem and router unit. The router port is typically colored in green.
4)Start up your modem. Plug in the modem's power cord and wait 1-2 minutes while it configures its settings and prepares to connect to the Internet.5
5)Start up the wireless router. Plug the wireless router's power cord into an outlet and wait 1-2 minutes to get it started. The router is ready when the 'wired computers' and 'modem' icons light up. These logos or icons vary by make and model of your router so consult the owner's manual if needed.6
6)Insert your installation CD. Use the wizard or assistant to check the configurations of your computer settings and launch your wirelessnetwork clip_image001.gif
Things You’ll Need:
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  • Networking cable (comes with router unit)
  • Installation CD
  • Modem
  • Modem power cord

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Here's a link to, what I believe is, the router's manual.

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