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Is blinking normal

My routers lights areblinking fast ,normal?

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Re: is blinking normal

Yes, this is just responding to your activity.
dont worry about it, unless your internet goes out.

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Have had the N600 WNDR3400v2 installed for over a month and all worked well until yesterday. I have an internet connection and the router info says all is good, i cannot get it to connect. I've tried...

The blue light indicates the wireless network is working, it is just that nothing is connecting through it.

The internet icon should be solid green or blinking green which shows it is connected to the Internet, if not connect your ISP.

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How do i hard reset the n600 wireless router to set the defaults

take a look at the back of the device. there is a tiny hole between the usb and the wifi button. use something suitable to push the button inside (pen, paper clip) and hold 5 seconds (until the power light begins to blink). release the button and wait for the router to boot up and you are with factory defaults settings.
def username is admin
def password is password
def ip address is
you can also access the router by typing or .com
there is a link to the manual if you like to learn more

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Wndr3400 blinking green power light

According to the owner manual, a blinking green power light on the WNDR3400 indicates corrupt firmware. You can supposedly use the restore CD that came with the router to attempt a firmware recovery.

I pulled the following from the owner manual regarding firmware recovery, which you can find online at Page 35 has this procedure

1. Make sure that your PC is connected to your router and the router is powered on.

2. Insert the Resource CD that came with your router into your PC. The CD automatically starts and detects the language you are using on your PC. Select a different language option, if you prefer. If the CD does not automatically start, browse the CD and double-click on .

3. Click Supporting Software, then Netgear Firmware Recovery Utility, and follow the prompts for the recovery process.

4. After firmware recovery is complete, follow the prompts to restore your configuration

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There is an orange "i"

The orange "i" means that the Ethernet cable connection to the modem has been detected.

The light should be blinking green for Internet connectivity.

I advise you to reset the router:

To restore the factory default configuration settings:

1. Use a sharp object such as a pen or a paper clip to press and hold the restore factory settings button, located on the rear panel of the router, for about 5 seconds, until the Power light begins to blink .

2. Release the restore factory settings button, and wait for the router to restart, and for the Power light to stop blinking and become solid green.

The factory default settings will be restored so that you can access the router from your Web
browser using the factory defaults.
If resetting the router does not correct the issue, you should call your ISP (Internet Provider) and check if they are having a problem.

If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it and give a testimonial for my response
Thanks, Joe

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Here are the recommended steps to connect to a wireless base router 1. Check and remove power from both your router and the DSL ROUTER/CABLE ROUTER MODEM 2. Wait one complete minute until applying power to modem then wait one minute before applying power to wireless router. 3. Ensure you have green lights across both devices, specifically, the recieved and sent lights. These same lights will tend to blink rapidly when there is active data, at times this will still blink, and a DNS error will prevent you from connecting to the internet. If this is the case, call your ISP Internet service provider 4. Check your authentication Security key on your router first, then check all your wireless devices to ensure they are on the same network name, key, and channel with the same type of encryption as the router 5. Start one device at a time and check for connectivity, if your still experiencing a problem, check the settings on all your wireless adapters, device drivers, internet browser settings, firewalls and proceed. 6. still have problems, connect a rj45 cable from the router directly to your computer to at least see if your wireless settings are bad or if the router may be bad. 7. Contact your ISP to determine if your receiving singal 8. Avoid using a splitter or parital power backup for yours routers 9. Still having problems, change your wireless router only after your ISP changes their faulty modem 10.Attempt the same process when setting up your new wireless router and or modem

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Green Blinking Light

your router is jacking up the flashing means its looking for your router how far is it from the BOX ...

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Need to reconfigure router

If need to reconfigure router do reset first. Turn on you router then look for reset button from the back of your router press it until all lights will blink.

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since the wireless light is not glowing what we can do is we can go ahead and reset the wireless router,
look at the bottom of the router and you will see the routers labelling,check where the reset button is located,it will be on the back where you have the port,use a paper clip or something that is pointed and hold it down for about 30 sec you will see that all the lights will blink on the router,leave the reset button after that power off the router for 60 sec and then power it on....check if the wireless light is shud be on now..

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Router Security Light is Blinking

I have the same symptoms. In my opinion, this is done because you turned your Belkin from a router to access point position. I did it also (issues with adsl modem/router). By manual the flashing diod means no secure device. But, without pass you can't access your Belkin. So, probably, some fault in firmaware.

Nice day.

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Router failed

I assume that all lights are on as normal on the router.

Check the System light.

This indicator blinks green means the Internet Broadband Router is
working successful. Otherwise, this indicator always on or off means the function of the Internet Broadband Router is in a fail state.

If the System light is either always on or off go to step 3 below, otherwise start at step 1.

1. power down router and wait 30 seconds and power up.

Try connecting via then if NO do step 2.

2. disable any firewall programs on the PC

Try connecting via then if NO do step 3.

3. do a factory reset of the router. on the rear panel of the router there should be a small hole with a small button maarked RESET. if you press this in for 10 seconds it should RESET router to FACTORY settings.

Try connecting via and if NO then the router firmware is possibly corrupt or there is some other hardware fault.

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