Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
Up until yesterday my router was working fine. After being told of a lack of wireless connections in my house I was immediately going to try the power cycle for the router and modem, but before I did I noticed it was giving off signals in about 4 second intervals. Then the power light would flash for a quick second, then the modem light along with all 4 of the port lights would come on for a few seconds before going right back to the 4 seconds of wireless and port access.
I ran the ethernet cable directly to my computer from the modem... the modem itself is fine. It's the router that's not responding. After unplugging everything it's not even giving me the 4 second intervals anymore. Now the modem light and all of the port lights are on and stay on but not much else happens regardless of what's plugged into the ports. I can't bring the control panel up in the web browser or anything. I'm gonna jump the gun and assume that the thing just died on me but that was rather sudden so I'm hoping there's something more to it. Any help is appreciated.
The connection to the wireless router may fail due to various reasons.
Wireless adapter problems can also result in certain troubles due to updated driver.
When this entire problem occurs, you might not be able to establish the Internet Connection.
It can also arise if the modem is not connected properly to the router.
Then, if the IP or server names to the router are not specified correctly, then also you might have to face certain connection problems.
Get more information to fix Belkin Router Connection Problem
Hope this helps you.
Posted on Jun 20, 2011
I am really not sure as to why this happened, but however you may want to try a doing a hard reset (press the reset button on the back of router - you may use a paperclip for the same) with the power on. ensure that the reset is done for a minimum of 30 secs. once its done turn of the power for couple of seconds and then coonnect the modem to the router as it was earlier done and then do a power cycle of both the modem and the router. This should bring back life into the router. I suggest you to try this as there is no harm to any of the devices and is worth trying.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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