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Ethernet cable lites don't lite up when a cable is inserted in any of the four ethernet ports. I have Linksy-G router. I can't seem to communicate with my other computer on my network setup. Donald Hahne

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If the light wont lit on the port where that cable is connected , that can mean the cable is bad or the router ports are bad so if you have an extra cable better try it and if that work so the problem is the ethernet cable but if still have the same result the problem is the ports on the router and better call Linksys tech support for that this is the number 800-3267114.

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