Question about D-Link 4-Port Ethernet Broadband Router EBR-2310 (EBR2310)

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I have an ADSL D-Link modem (DSL-300G)that works fine. I hooked a D Link wired router, EBR-2310 and can't get to the internet. It use to work until one day recently the kid moved wires arround because no internet. I had to call my ISP to get the ADSL modem working with no luck to get the router working again. Message says no internet, check with your ISP. Any ideas to help get it working?

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  • rpfore Oct 07, 2009

    Thanks Gort007,
    My ADSL works great, still no router.
    I tried your suggestions also tried different wires, all 4 ports,unplugged router for a few, tried their web site (192.168.0.1)nothing.
    Used D-Link roter CD error 103 internet connection not varified.
    Also tried the computer, clicked on double monitors with yellow triangle near clock, repair local area connection, I get could not finish, action can't be completed, contact person who manages network (thats me).
    Any other thoughts?

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First: Connect your computer directly to the ADSL modem. It has an Ethernet port.
If you can't get to the Internet while your computer is connected directly to the modem, then ytour router never will either. Call ISP if you can't connect to the Internet when directly conencted to the modem.
Next: Check your router wires again, The modem must be connected to the "special" port on the router. Look at the router. There is one port separated from the rest. Connect the modem to that port. Conenct to the Internet.
Still no Internet?
Reset your router by pushing a stylus (straightened-out paperclip) into the reset "hole" on the router (with router powered ON).
Push & hold for 30 seconds or until the lights do their reset dance. Connect to the INternet.



Posted on Oct 07, 2009

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    Just Gort Oct 07, 2009

    Yes, thanks for the details....

    Now: Set the IP address on your computer as follows:



    IP Address: 192.168.0.3

    Subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

    Gateway: 192.168.0.1



    The DHCP on the Dlink may not be assigning IP addresses.

    If the above info doesn't work, then reset the DLink again.





















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