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  • In order to fix this issue, we need to do following steps:-
    >Try rebooting the router
    >if reboot doesn't work ,then unplug and replug the ethernet cable which is connected between router and the modem(make sure cable should be connected to the internet slot at the back side of the router)
    >Also check on your computer, if manual ip address has been assigned to the network(if yes,then set it to automatically )
    >or try disable-enable your network adapter.

    now if all the above options didn't work then we need to reset the router
    and for that
    press and hold the reset button from the router for atleast 30 seconds and then release it.
    then wait until router reboots itself ,and once you see the stable powerlight on the router then we need to reconfigure the router again.
    Now i hope ,reset should work this time.



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  • In this case try to reboot the router, if it will not work press and hold down the reset pinhole button for 30 seconds while the router is on.



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  • There are a couple of reasons. First, it could be because the laptop or PC has been set to use a static IP address. Second, it could be a problem with your router or any other network hardware. Let's address these in order.

    Windows IP address settings
    To check your IP address settings, open the Control Panel and navigate to Network and Internet settings, or search for Network and Sharing Centre.

    Whichever version of Windows you’re using, you need to track down the option to ‘Change adapter settings’.

    The path to it (in Windows 10) is Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network Connections.
    You’ll see a list of network adapters. Identify the one that is being used to connect the machine to your network, right-click on it and choose Properties.

    In the list, scroll to find Internet Protocol Version 4, click on it and then click the Properties button.

    Another window will open. Check the options as shown below: Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically.
    You’ll see a list of network adapters. Identify the one that is being used to connect the machine to your network, right-click on it and choose Properties.

    In the list, scroll to find Internet Protocol Version 4, click on it and then click the Properties button.

    Another window will open. Check the options as shown below: Obtain an IP address automatically and Obtain DNS server address automatically.



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  • Simply reset your router, press and hold the rest button at least 30 second while plug in, And reconnect the router.



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