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Lightning Damage No TCP/IP connection. No Telephony?

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Hi, if this is lightning damage then unfortunately you are up for a new router and pray that your mother board has survived.
To check motherboard, open case use a torch and study the capacitors in side. these are round objects that stand out from the board in rows of up to 6. if any of them show signs of bulging out the top or bottom then your mother board is also most certainly damaged and will need replacing.
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