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Limited or No Connectivity with LAN

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Currently I am on my Modem Verizon DSL box and it is showing Limited or no Connecvitivy on LAN. I had a router before (D-Link 604) that i have removed recently. When i reconnect my router my LAN is fixed but my Verizon DSL will not connect to the internet. Any suggestions how to fix this, with or without a router attached.
Verizon DSL modem - Westell 2100
Router - D-Link 604
OS - Windows XP Home SP2
Resetting/reinstalling the router and modem doesn't work.
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When you say your LAN is fixed, what do you mean by that? Is it not showing limited connectivity anymore? Can you browse any websites? Can you ping any addresses?

If you are connected straight to the modem, I would first try a different cable to computer. I would also try another PC or laptop on that modem, if that doesnt work replace the modem.

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Try to find the following:
Your router IP address. [go to your router manual handbook, usually it was something like 192.168.XXX.XXX)]
Ping that address from your Command console. [Start -> Run -> cmd [enter]]
If it timed out, check your cable.

if it's replying. You are connected to the router.
Then you should browse the IP address shown on the book and let the setting to make DHCP service as their default. [go to your internet browser and put the IP address on the manual book on the browser]
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