Question about ASUS DSL-N13 Wireless Router
Disconnect everything from the unit, then reconnect power.
If the unit behaves normally, start plugging things back in until it goes nuts again.
Whatever you plugged in last is the problem.
If the unit behaves the same, either your power adapter is failing (use a volt meter to check) or the router will need to be replaced.
Posted on Mar 15, 2011
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