Question about Computers & Internet
The router's POWER lamp should be on, and steady.
The WAN lamp should be on, but blinking when the router is sending/receiving from the Internet.
The LAN lamp should be on, but blinking when the computer is sending/receiving from the router.
Disconnect the cable from the LAN port.
Turn the router off.
Turn the router on, and watch the lamps -- they all should light up, briefly, and then the WAN lamp should blink for a short time, as the router obtains a new IP-address from your ISP.
Connect the cable to the LAN port, and watch the LAN lamp blink for a short time, as the computer obtains a new IP-address from the router.
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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