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Router not working at all

I plug my router in, connecting the WAN and 1st computer out links, and not only does it not recognize the fact that anything is plugged in, all of the lights go out. I tried it without plugging any network cables in, and the same thing happened after about 30 seconds. Anyone know what might be causing this?

I having problem with my router i did what the maual say and nothing i buy it from best buy and the router model no is dx-402 and the product name is dynex 10/100mb router Iam try to hook my internet with my playstation together so when my son play the game i still can be on the internet to but nothing happen when we hook the router up someone please help me [email protected]

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I've tried using D-Link before and my playstation 3 acknowledges that it is there but it says it doesn't recognize it. Am I just asking the same question in a different context, sorry if I'm doing that I'm very tired at the moment.

Posted on Jan 09, 2008

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If you followed what the manual said ie. resettting the router and it still has the same problems it could be an internal problem. If all of the lights are going out, even when nothing is hooked up then it;s nothing your doing wrong. Take it back (depending on how long ago you bought it) and get a new one, I don't sugggest getting the same brand or model though. Try and stick to a D-Link brand or Linksys, there are litlle bi tmore money but proven and more reliable. Even if you buy a wireless try and use a wired connection for your hook ups, they are more secure, faster and no interferance. Hope this helps!

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