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Checked the instruction manual online. There's no INET light indicated. There's Power, Status, WAN, WLAN, and LAN LEDs. The WAN LED only indicates that the WAN port is connected to another device, e.g., cable or DSL modem. Check on your cable or DSL modem to see if the Internet light is on. If so, then you'll need to log into your router and go through the configuration/setup per the manual for your type of connection.
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.
Hi, first establish that the wires are plugged in to the correct ports, WAN port on the back of the router is in the internet port on the ADSL (assuming that is what your using).reboot the ADSL modem and wait for the light to settle, the link light should be solid. The ethernet light does not need to be solid, and the Act or activity light should be blinking, Now go to the command prompt and type in > ipconfig /all. you should get a WAN ip. Otherwise, check if your service provider needs the MAC address of the router to establish it on the network...Telus used to need this. If this does not work, take the wire from your computer and plug it in directly to the back of the modem, this should get an WAN IP so you know that the router may need a bit of tweeking and a reboot of the hardware may be in order to sync everthing up again,,goodluck
If no wan light bypass the dlink router and check if ethernet cable connected to wan port is working. Once you are able to go online through modem connect cable to WAN if light does not go on log into oruter and clone mac address and save settings.If doesnt work powercycle router and turn modem on first then router next if doesnt work upload latest firmware.
Try the following:
1. Hook up your router like you want it to be
2. After the WAN/Wireless lights turn off we want to HARDRESET your router.
3. There will be a small hole that requires a pen or paper clip to press...Hold this down for about 15 seconds, or untill the power light flashes on your router.