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LEDs for the ports with cables are lit. If not, move the cable to a different port. there are still no lights,

LEDs for the ports with cables are not lit. move the cable to different ports. and there are still no lights, netgear DG834Gv3

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Re: LEDs for the ports with cables are lit. If not, move...

What are the other ends of the cables connected to?
Are the other devices switched on?
Stupid question perhaps, but are any other LEDs on the router on?
Was it all working before or is this a new installation?

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