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We recently had an ice storm, and my wireless internet had been working fine, but all of the sudden the reading for my dynex connections started to read high as well as wireless internet, but I couldn't get any web pages to come up (page cannot be displayed). I dont think that the ice could have made a difference, because the dynex router is connected to a DSL modem on another computer, whose internet is working fine. Now, my dynex won't connect at all, and I can't get it to do anything!
First whether the connection is pinging or not if pinging means its working may be the ip address problem
Posted on Feb 20, 2008
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