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I am disconneted from the internet i have already spoken to my internet provider and also my laptop company they are telling me that the promblem is that my router is not connecting

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    what router are you using? How is your setting?

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I would suggest unplugging the power from the router waiting 10 secs and reconnecting and seeing if this fixes your problem if not , do a cold reset hold down the reset button on the router usually for a few seconds and then go ahead and re-input all the settings that you need.

If this still isn't working i would assume that you try this router on another working network and see if it can connect if not , i would think that the router is losing its routing tables and is unable to route past your own LAN , the best solution for this is to invest in a new router.

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