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Setting up a new laptop & router, followed instructions, laptop recognises the router but the router will not connect to the internet, orange light flashing on top of the router

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The modem most likely need to have its power cord unplugged for about 15 minutes in order to allow its NVRAM to clear and accept the MAC address of the new router.
After the 15 minutes are up, plug in the modem and let it sync to the network. Your router should start to work soon after.

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