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My Cnet CNIG-914 router doesn't give internet connection

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  • tbancute Feb 06, 2010

    only power and the LINK/ACT and the WAN are the ones that lights up

  • tbancute Feb 06, 2010

    i checked the LED's, only the power, LINK/ACT and the WAN's LED that lights up...

  • tbancute Feb 06, 2010

    nope...
    here is the situation...

    i tried to upgrade the firmware of my router, but maybe it's failure because I didn't see any successful notifications. And after wards, i restarted my pc, router (turned off and on for about 10-15 mins.), and then i still got the same result. ( only the power,LINK/ACT and the WAN were just the ones that lights up)

  • tbancute Feb 06, 2010

    nope...
    here is the situation...

    i tried to upgrade the firmware of my router, but maybe it's failure because I didn't see any successful notifications. And after wards, i restarted my pc, router (turned off and on for about 10-15 mins.), and then i still got the same result. ( only the power,LINK/ACT and the WAN were just the ones that lights up)

  • april jerome espinosa
    april jerome espinosa May 11, 2010

    check th LED's..if power i on.. WLan is on... connection's of the pc are on... if they are all on..maybe your internet provider has the problem...

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There are several possible problems. Do you receive an IP address from the router? To find out, open the command prompt (Start > Run, type in command , and at the prompt enter (without quotes) "ipconfig".

If you have an IP address, try unplugging the router and your modem for 2 minutes. Power on the modem first, and wait for alll lights to stop their startup flashing and testing pattern (1-2 minutes is usually good), then plug the router in.

If you do not recieve an IP address (if your IP address is 169.x.x.x that is most likely the case) then the router is not giving you one. reset it to factory defaults, and follow the instructions to set it up again.

Try those and let us know how it works out for you.

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  • YourQInc Feb 06, 2010

    Are you connecting through a wired or wireless connection?

  • YourQInc Feb 06, 2010

    Ahh, OK, a firmware update gone bad. Try resetting the router back to default (press the little teeny button inside the hole in the back with a paperclip for 30 seconds). See if that helps.

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