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I can't connect my pc with another pc by LAN cable.After connecting my Lan cable it gives me no signal by the led which is connected with the hardware.it always show the network cable is unplugged.

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Is the cable a crossover cable

You need a "crossover lan cable" to conect PC to PC

A "lan cable" is for networks

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The lan ports do not work but the wireless works fine.


I think that the router is just fine.

The issue could be with the LAN card of your PC of perhaps a faulty cable. So, my advice is to check the cable and lan card of your PC. You may use a different/already working cable and a laptop for diagnosis. Note that status of LAN connection is indicated by the LEDs at the front of router and LAN connection of the PC. If the LED indicates connection, then it could be the configuration issue.

Hope this helps!
Let me know if i could be of any further assistance.

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Not necessarily! As long as a lan cable is connected on the wan port of your hub and the other end goes directly to the modem, the connection is correct. The remaining port will be left for the lan cables of the computers. No orders needed. Just make sure that lan cables was properly seated on the port. The LED blinking in the hub will tell you if its working or communicating with your computer. Find it, when the LED is not lit or blinking, the lan cable is not connected properly on the hub (or the other end of the lan cable is disconnected from the lan card of the computers).

If all cables are connected properly and still cannot connect to the network, you may need to refresh the name of the workgroup on the computers that cannot connect on the network,

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