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I had to unplug my d link wireless router from my modem and now that I have reconnected it I cannot access the internet. Please help!!

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  • glenon Jul 27, 2010

    Its a wireless router so nothing is connected to my computer. The modem is working fine, the d link has a powercord and the blue ethernet cable is in the wan port and the modem. What did I do wrong?

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The settings on your dlink wireless router has washed out. You must have disconnected it for more than 5 minutes. Now there is no IP on that router No subnet mask. On DHCP you cannot connect wireless. To get an accurate response kindly do let me know your internet provider alongwith you location and whether the connection is broadband or something else you modem make and model your routers make and model.

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Hi,

  • make sure you have the cables connected into correct ports. The correct connection should be as follows : modem should connect into the internet port on the router and then cable from LAN port of the router to the computer.
  • After you have them connected properly, disconnect power cable from your modem and the router and then turn off your computer.
  • connect power cord to the modem first, wait for 15 seconds, then connect your router and turn your computer back on.
  • if everything works fine then you should be able to go online but make sure that you have a DSL light blinking on your modem.
Good Luck!

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