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Router problems Linksys model BEFSR41 VER2 link light flahing green,and Diag light is red.** internet when i'm plugged into the router.

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  • jddk Mar 10, 2008

    All cords have been changed,and i still have the same problem.I hit the reset button still the same.

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Try to check your cables .and connections.

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