Wireless connectivity suddenly lost
Have you tried power cycling the router and the modem? if not:
1. Turn off your modem and router by unplugging the power cord at the back of the devices.
2. Disconnect the Ethernet cable from the modem to the router vice versa
3. After a minute, replug the power cord at the back of your modem then reconnect the ethernet cable at the back of the modem as well.
4. After a minute, replug the power cord and the ethernet cable at the back of your router.
5. Try to test the connection.
Warning: You can reset the router if you know that you can reconfigure it back to connect to the internet. If you don't know how to set the router back to connect to the internet, it would be ok to you to not to do step 6.
6. If it didn't work, You can reset the modem. Press the reset button at the back of your router while it's turned on, wait for 15 seconds after that, unplug the power cord at the back of the router while the reset button is still pressed, wait for 15 seconds after that, replug the power cord at the back of your router while the reset button is still pressed, wait for 15 seconds again then release the reset button after 15 seconds.
7. Reconfigure your router's settings to communicate to your modem. ( I don't know if you have cable internet connection, but if so, you can just clone the mac address of your modem to connect to the server, if you are using DSL if it's asking for a username and passowrd, just use the PPPoE type of configuration in your router)
8. If it failed, try to update the firmware of your router.
Jan 14, 2010 |
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