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All the wrong lights are on!

I have a wireless router that had been working fine. It first belonged to my mom, but when she moved to a bigger house, I got the less powerful router for my apartment. I set up a new network after resetting the machine and my wireless was golden for four months, then one day, when I tried to access the Internet wirelessly, it wouldn't connect, and when I went to check the router, the WAN light and all the LAN (1-4) lights are on (and solid - no blinking), but the power and status lights are not on at all. (This happens no matter what is plugged in - currently, just the power cord is in.)

So far I've already tried resetting it, but that hasn't worked. I can't even get access to the machine through the default IP address.

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Re: All the wrong lights are on!

Hi Starfish,

Try unplugging the Dlink, wait 2 min, and plug it back in. If that work, on the back is a small hole, marked RESET. Using a pencil, or straightne out a large paperclip, press that the button inside gently. Hold it for 30 sec. Release and unplug the unit. Shut down the whole network. "Starting from the wall", power up the modem, wait 2 min, power up the Dlink, and power up your machine. Your Dlink should be at default now. Remember to reset you security, change the password, etc.
I have had to do this several times, sometimes unplugging the power, and plugging it back while holding the button. (Got 3 hand?) Also, there as one firmware update, which had a mistake, that set the router IP to, rather than
Good luck!

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Re: All the wrong lights are on!

Hey Starfish!
Did you manage to solve your problem?? It's happened to mine and I can't fix it!!
Code_999 I don't understand a word you said.
Should I buy a new router?? Or try and get this one fixed?

Posted on Feb 01, 2010

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Re: All the wrong lights are on!

Starfish... that does not do anything. i have this router also and it is doing the same thing. it is dieing/dead. its a hardware failure. not software. if you really want to fix it replace the 3.3v reg. i have the di-624 revC it has 4 reg. 2 of them regulate 5.2v to 3.2v. one of them does 5.2v to 2.4v. the last one did 5.2v to 1.4v. use a multimeter to find the good 3.3v and jumper a wire to the 1.4v. that is what i did and its working now. also if you want jumper a wire from the other 3.3v to the 2.4v.

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SOURCE: Lights are solid green: WAN, local network 1,2,3,4

If that is status of the lights on your router there's a big possibility that its already bad and needs a replacement, but you can first try to reset it and check if that will correct the problem
, To reset the router just press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds while the power is ON then after that check if the lights are back to normal if still the same light router is already bad...

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