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Linksys WRT54GS is not connecting to the internet

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Ok, so I come home today and I just come home to see that a network
cable has been unplugged. So I look for some kind of break, but there
is none. So I'm thinking, it's probably verizon, but then I call and I find
that I can connect directly to the computer, and not through the router
(what I'm doing now). SO It must be the router. When I plug it in,
modem->router, the light on my modem does not turn on.I have used
multiple ethernet cords and they all do the same thing. By the way, I have
tomato on the router and I'm not going back to the poopy linksys firmware.

Edited by heyyy, 06 December 2008 - 11:16 AM.

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Check to see that your local area conn has not disabled itself. Network Connections control panel, if you see a red X on it, right mouse click and then left click on enable..
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