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Re: Actiontec (GT704WG) Wireless Router Lights
Yes, this is normal. The flickering lights are showing activity - data is being transferred when the light is on, and vice versa. The power light should always be on when the unit has power. The DSL light should be solid as long as your DSL line is connected properly.
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1st of all i want to say, the buffalo company's products is very lousy,
power on ur router or modem and fully connect and, find reset button on the modem and press by a needle or pin press and hold until all lights restart when all light off and blink remove pin and wait when all lights stable u have to configure ur router, from step1 because now ur modem is factory resetted.
1.Go to the dos prompt and type in ipconfig
2. An invalid ip address is anything that start off with 169.xx.xx.xx
3. If it give you an a valid ip address, go to a blank line on the dos prompt
4. Type ipconfig/release..press enter. A lot of information is going to come up
5. Go the next blank line in dos type ipconfig/renew.
6. Then power cycle the modem and computer by turn the modem completely off and then turn off the computer for 3 minutes. Then turn the modem and computer back on. Check to see if this work.
or that Connect your router to computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following default link. http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 If you are not able to access it with above ip then check your computers ip address gateway ip is your router ip try with it. Then it ask for user name and password. Type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or "password" or blank. Then you can see configuration page of router. . Click
on wireless settings then WEP Security then if it is in * or # format then add new WEP code .It is your
password to connect wi fi.Then save settings and restart router. Then you can connect your wi fi network with that code.
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I would contact your internet service provider. There is likely something wrong with your line that is causing your router to loose signal. I don't know what type of router you have, but a loss of signal usually causes that. There are other reasons, such as, your modem is going bad, your cable from the modem to the router has an internal break in a wire, your router could be going bad as well. Try power cycling both your model and router. You can do this by unplugging them for a couple of minutes and them plugging them back in. Plug in the modem first and wait a few minutes, then plug in your router and wait a few minutes, then try getting on-line. If this is a persistent issue even after doing all of this and contacting your ISP, then I would conclude that your hardware (modem, router, &\or ethernet cables) is giving out on you.
If your adsl router is with wireless option you can do it.Otherwise you have to purchase adsl to wireless instrument (a lot of vendors having) .After networking you can share a common drive to see in all computers