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No internet connection

I do not get any internet connection when my d link is connected to the moderm the green lights are on steady on, no blinking. however i get a connection when my computer is directly connected to the moderm. i noticed that the router antena was broken around the joint such that one can see the fibre inside, but it is still connected. i have tried resetting and i know i configured it right.

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The problem would be your antenna, thats the only way it sends the wireless signal. you shoudl be able to get a cheap replacement. try the following stores:

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Posted on Jul 25, 2009

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