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Is the wireless working? Can you connect to the Internet? Unplug the ISP modem and the wireless device, Check ALL cables and reseat connections, plug in the ISP modem, allow it to selftest, plug in the wireless device, allow it to selftest, Any change?

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Power cord
RJ-11 telephone cable coming from a splitter or the extn. line of your landline phone.
Ethernet cable coming from your Desktop/Laptop connecting RJ-45 port
Most standard ADSL modems have four/five lights in the front :
Power light to indicate electric power to the modem.
ADSL light indicates the status of ADSL sync. When the modem is synchronized with the ADSL line card at the other end of the circuit/loop, the DSL light will be steady green.
LAN light will glow steady green when the modem detects a successful link to a computer or router ethernet port.
ACT i.c. Activity light glows when the modem is sending and/or receiving data on the lan and wan. It will vary between very slow to fast flashing and steady green to indicate lan/wan traffic.


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SMCWGBR14 N only power led


Resolutions:
1) Power on the SMC modem / router and wait until all the lights are light up.
2) Press and hold the reset button for 15 seconds and wait until all the lights are light up as the modem / router needs to reboot.
3) Try to access to the admin page again by default login IP - http://192.168.2.1/.
4) Enter the default login password.
a) smcadmin
b) (blank)
c) barricade

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Are the lights on the router stay on or blinking ?


The power light should stay solid as long as the router is plugged in. The WAN light and LAN lights are solid when you are connected, and the connection is idle. The lights blink when traffic is present. The lights are off when there is no connection.

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My network quit working, I logged in and found that the WAN IP was 0.0.0.0 (using DHCP) I also notice that the WAN green and amber lights stay on even if no wire is plugged in. Is this a hardware problem?


Hi,
you should conform whether DHCP working properly or not or may be firewall doing block DHCP request pls check then though if you are not able to solve this issue reply me
I hope that this has been very helpful for you

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Lights are solid green: WAN, local network 1,2,3,4


If that is status of the lights on your router there's a big possibility that its already bad and needs a replacement, but you can first try to reset it and check if that will correct the problem
, To reset the router just press and hold the reset button for 30 seconds while the power is ON then after that check if the lights are back to normal if still the same light router is already bad...

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Use zyxel u1496e plus modem windows xp


Default Gateway 192.168.1.1 modem : Zyxel
p/d - green
eth - orange
internet - off Zyxel MODEM interface >> WAN >> Setup WAN >> UId & P/w >> Apply
Internet light will go Green

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Network switch


Sounds like you know what you're doing... but.. based on what you've typed..

You need to make certain the comcast cable modem is plugged into the seperate port on the back of the router called WAN and not next to the other LAN connectors.

The network is seperate from the internet. The router acts as a firewall and shares the WAN with the LAN internally and automatically.

I assum that you have one red light on WAN.. and three green lights for LAN..

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I need help to conected my linkyss router model wrt54gs at my conection dsl


Check if your Dsl is up and running. Your Dsl modem should have a green led with a green light that most be solit green. Connect a cat 5E pach cable from the back of the modem ( it look like a phone pug but it is big er ) to the back of the router, in the port that is label WAN.

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Status light is red


Hi, Based on your post/description, the Siemens AP/Router is at fault. This could have been brought about by lightning, power surge, plain hardware failure or system/software error. The red status light - on indicates an error (on the firmware)(blinking during start-up or when firmware is being downloaded/updated); WAN light blinking green - data transmission to/from your ISP (it is also possible that the router is trying to download corrective software or firmware update). Suggest you let it run for sometime just in case it is really downloading/upgrading firmware. If full reset of the router doesn't correct the problem, you may have to replace the unit. Good luck and kind regards.

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