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My email is glenon@romprop.com I had to unplug my d link wireless router from my modem to move my desk and now that I have reconnected it I cannot access the internet. Signal is strong but no internet access. Please help!!!

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Hi, you shold recheck the network cable from the MODEM is correctly connected to the WAN or INTERNET port on the router, also try turning off and of the modem and then the router. I hope it helps.

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