Question about Computers & Internet
TekFred is right - more information is needed to address the issue in detail.
A rule of thumb that generally works when using a router to share multiple computers: if it stops working due to power outages or something simple like that, unplug both the modem (the box going out to the Internet) and the router. Wait one minute. Power up your modem again and wait another minute. Then plug in the router. If that doesn't work, we can keep moving on other ideas.
If you happen to have a modem/router as a single unit, obviously this won't fix the issue.
Posted on Mar 01, 2008
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