Question about Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)
Recently, i have been having problems with my internet connection. so i gave my ISP a phone call and they sent me a new modem. i connected it up with my wireless router and it worked, for a couple of days. now when i connect my router to the modem. no internet connection.
i reconfigured the router using the CD that they gave me, that didnt solve my problem, on http://192.168.2.1 (the belkin administrative tools page) it shows with No Connection.
do i have a faulty router?
Reset the router holding the button on the back by a pen for least 10 secs. and then connect it to a wired to a port and the computer. ( not the wireless) and now reconfigure with the local ip
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Here are the recommended steps to connect to a wireless base router 1. Check and remove power from both your router and the DSL ROUTER/CABLE ROUTER MODEM 2. Wait one complete minute until applying power to modem then wait one minute before applying power to wireless router. 3. Ensure you have green lights across both devices, specifically, the recieved and sent lights. These same lights will tend to blink rapidly when there is active data, at times this will still blink, and a DNS error will prevent you from connecting to the internet. If this is the case, call your ISP Internet service provider 4. Check your authentication Security key on your router first, then check all your wireless devices to ensure they are on the same network name, key, and channel with the same type of encryption as the router 5. Start one device at a time and check for connectivity, if your still experiencing a problem, check the settings on all your wireless adapters, device drivers, internet browser settings, firewalls and proceed. 6. still have problems, connect a rj45 cable from the router directly to your computer to at least see if your wireless settings are bad or if the router may be bad. 7. Contact your ISP to determine if your receiving singal 8. Avoid using a splitter or parital power backup for yours routers 9. Still having problems, change your wireless router only after your ISP changes their faulty modem 10.Attempt the same process when setting up your new wireless router and or modem
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