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Daniel Prathipati Posted on Jun 15, 2007
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Help Indian Guru...no connection

All of a sudden my switch has all its lights ON. Everything the power, the 100Mbps, the Link/Act all of them but none of my computers are getting any connection. It just shows network cable unplugged. How do I trouble shoot. Help me quickly please....

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