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Re: routers wireless display not luminated??
This sounds like a hardware problem to me. I assume that you have installed the latest firmware (.15) on the box? If so, and if hte reset doesn't fix the problems, I would contact Belkin tech support. I would expect that they would put you through basic troubleshooting that you have likely already done, then perhaps RMA the unit.
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1.Update the routers Firmware to update copy and paste this website to your browser address bar then hit enter. http://homesupport.cisco.com/en-us/wireless/lbc/WRT54G Under Firmware click download and run the program not save this will update your router firmware. 2.Powercycle equipment (Unplug power wait 15 seconds then plug back in) 3.If connection keeps disconnecting reset your router to default settings to do that press and hold the reset button located on the back of the router this will reset the router to default settings, You will want to secure your router once again to do that copy and paste the address into address bar of your browser this will show you step by step how to secure your router. http://vectrosecurity.com/content/view/49/26/
can you access the Linksys page while on wireless even if it gives you page cannot be displayed error when you browse?
try to do a hard reset on the router and reconfigure your wireless connection. just press the reset button for 10 seconds to reset it properly.
Locate at the router's management page the Basic Wireless settings. At this section locate the line displaying "wireless channel" and change it at any channel you like, your connected devices will auto locate the new channel and connect without any problem. This happens from time to time, especially when a strong wireless transmitter is (or comes) near the Wi-Fi area (maybe a wireless phone is your problem or something like that).
Take care that in case you make a change at another setting, your connected devices may not locate the new setting, so you will have to connect to the router using the ethernet connection in order to recover your problem.
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* take a paper clip press and hold the reset for 1 minute, while holding the reset unplug and replug the power cord 3 times..( make sure the reset is shouldn't be released )
* then release the reset then unplug and replug the power cord * the login to the router set up page with 192.168.2.1 by typing these numbers in the address bar of the browser * if u enter the router page then on the left side u can find a column in tht column click restore factory settings under utilities * then leave the password blank and click submit * then click on restore default * then after the completion of the reset u need to see the internet status --- saying connected ( in the upper right corner )
It could be your router is becoming intermittent, but also your ISP connection could be dropping and not resetting properly. I have this issue occasionally and it is the ISP generally dropping my connection. Only way to test is to try a known good router and see if it corrects the problem. With data speeds increasing it is getting more difficult for the ISP to provide reliable service especially over ADSL. I went 5 years without EVER resetting my ISP connection, then started having increasing difficulties with my connection in the past 3-4 years due to higher data rates being introduced.
Reset your router, it would enable you to connect On the back of your router there is a little black reset button. Use a pen or paper clip and press down for 10 seconds. Make sure the lights on the router stop blinking for one second. Release the button and make sure to reset your wireless security and network ID. If that doesn't work just unplug your routers power cord. This is the easiest way to reset your internet connection without resetting your router to factory settings. If neither of those work, unplug the power cord of your modem. This will completely reset the internet connection without resetting the routers settings.
If it is wired through the LAN ethernet connection directly to your computer it is cause by unplugging the ethernet. Routers and modems hate a ethernet cable unplugged and will stop communicating if unplugged. You will have to reset almost every time. When reset the router goes out and looks at what is connected and then handshakes with it. If it is a wireless issue you can reset your wireless setting in your control panel. This shouldnt happen as your wireless network should always be broadcasting. Generally, to connect back to a router you only need to unplug the router to re-establish the connection to the modem. Going all wireless is the only way to fix this