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Router should be connected via RJ11 cable to the phone socket to get internet service. Check the RJ11 cable at the back of the router. You can try to use a different RJ 11 cable for isolation or try to use the cable that you are using at the back of your phone. You can also check if you are getting a dial tone on the phone as well. thanks and kindly rate this post
I got your issue , for your issue , I f you want to go online hard wired to the router , make sure the Local are connection in the comp is enabled as well you have coted that u can see red cross in the wireless network connection icon, so make sure do not have any preferred networks in the comp.
Connect the router directly via lan to your computer.
goto setup of the router: usuallly via the ip-adress of your router (see manual, usually: 192.168. ***.*)
Now look at the network security-settings .
A) The cable you are using is correct? Have you used it elsewhere?
B) Is the network connection enabled? Goto Start, Network Connections and look at the status of the connection. It may just be disabled or miss-configured.
Access the routers admin page with the hardwired pc. http://*gateway* right click network status on pc and get gateway. Google the model you have for the default passwords. Setup your wifi security then do the same to your laptop and attempt to connect again. Bad settings somewhere.
You may use your wireless router as an Access Point:
1. Connect one of the LAN port of the Belkin to a LAN port on your Voyager. If the link light on both side are not coming on, try using a cross-over cable. Important: Do not connect anything to the WAN port of your Belkin.
2. Configure the LAN IP address of your Belkin in the same subnet as the Voyager. By example, if your Voyager has 192.168.0.1, you may give your Belkin 192.168.0.3.
3. Disable the DHCP server on the Belkin since the Voyager most likely already has one.
4. Configure the Wireless parameter of your Belkin as you would normaly do.
Using this method, your wired and wireless devices will be able to communicate together since they will be on the same network and your Belkin will act as a bridge between the wired and wireless network.