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Issues with Netgear WGT624 v3 Router

Sometime the night before last I "lost" internet going through my router. I have 4 VOIP very important telephone lines (2 linksys adaptors) that are now useless because it no longer has internet access.

I originally had a Netgear WNR854T router but changed it out with a previously used Netgear WGT624 v3 router with new ethernet cable. The exchange made no difference although I did not change any settings if there were some that should have been changed.

I did run the ethernet cable directly from the cable modem to my laptop and that provides internet service. The routers both appear to be working based upon the criteria in the manuals.

I've also turned the various modems, router, computer and adaptors on/off in recommended sequence with no results.

I'm out of suggestions other thaan buying a new router which is how I ended up with two in the first place! Thanks for any help you can provide!!!

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  • Rugger Man Apr 08, 2008

    It worked fine with my original configuration but stopped working all of a sudden. There is only 1 slot in which it can go so I'm pretty sure that's not the problem. It is plugged in so I've got that covered!

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Hi,

Try to put the Internet cable in the Network slot rather than Wireless one.. it will work fine..

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