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Wireless router was working now its not, now light showing wireless on the router, I have internet if i plug in derectly to the modem

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Jus Powercycle the Whole N/w
Unplug Modem and Router
Plug Modem First and then Router
Check Wired Internet to Router if that Works, wireless will be Online

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You have to go through couple of steps from the wireless computer
1.make sure that you are connected wireless to your network 2.check the ip address of computer (in command prompt - type ipconfig - make sure it comes under the same range when it is wired) 3.if you find the right ip address try to do ping here the commands are - type it in the same w/l computer cmd window
----1>ping default gateway number (ping 192.168.x.x) *** if u find replies good else just try to unplug and restart everything
-----2>ping any web address (ping www.yahoo.com) *** if you find any 4 replies from a ip address - everything fine in your computer - its the web browser not working
----3>ping an ip address (ping 98.137.149.56) **** if you find 4 replies its a DNS issue on wireless adapter else wireless router (W/L part) need to be reconfigured

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