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Linksys WRT54G works but no Internet connection


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Dov Chodoff

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Hi All,

I have had this router for over 4 years now and this is the first time I have ever had this issue.
I had my entire system off (unplugged) since I was away for the weekend and when I got back I turned everything back on as I usually do (it the correct order). Everything went on and It looked like I had a connection.
When I tried to go online I could not connect. But my network was working - meaning I was able to see other computers on the network and transfer files.
The issue seems to only be with my internet connection - this is true both Wireless and direct connect on both laptops and a Voip that I have as well.
In the Router I am able to ping and get a connection, so and the router and picking up the correct Ip and DNS info from my provider.

I tried restarting the entire system and nothing worked.
I have the latest Firmware on the router.
Everything was working when I left the house 2 days ago.

I am clueless as to what is wrong.
I am now connected directly to my modem and I have an Internet connection.

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

thanks,
-Dov
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Dov Chodoff

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Sorry All problem seemed to be solved by resetting Factory settings.

Hope that was a glitch and nothing more..

-Dov
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