Question about D-Link DSL-G604T Wireless Router
I have heard of some of the boards in the routers as not being sufficiently baked. Fortunately the solution is simple. You can do this with the casing still attached as the plastic will heat to around 300 degrees C. Just heat the oven to 200 degrees C and place the router on a tray in the oven for no more than 15 minutes (with the oven hot), take the router out when it has been in there for 12 minutes and boot the router. If it still fails to try another 2 minutes. Most people have their's up and running in 12 minutes.
Posted on Apr 18, 2008
Step 1 - If one of your computers has a working ethernet port try wiring the computer to the DSL-G604T and see if the internet is working -- this should eliminate any issues between the router and the ISP. If this works and you know how you should check the router's configuration to assure it has not changed.
Is a link to the product info -- the installation guide and the Product manual if you do not have them may be useful. I will continue with additional steps depending on the outcome of the above actions. If you cannot check the router configuration yourself I will try to walk you through it based on the manuals.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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