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Welcome To Router Troubleshooting
Please, make an effort to troubleshoot, before contacting Zero2 Wireless!
Sometimes the simplest techniques will be enough to resolve your issues and restore your Internet connection. Let’s try a few easy steps & some basic troubleshooting.
Having issues connecting to the Internet? Your router may be to blame. Work your way through basic troubleshooting, using this checklist. This will help you test whether your router is the cause of your internet anguish. We want you to be able to get back online as quickly as possible!
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Which Router Do You Have?
Look at your router.
How many lights are on? Which ones are on? Which ones are off? What color are they? Are any flashing?
This chart will help you diagnose issues with your router.
Verify Ethernet Cables Are Properly Connected:
This may sound like a no-brainer, but someone may have accidentally pulled on or kicked a cable, causing it to unplug or become loose. Also check for damage. See if the cable looks torn or perhaps chewed by a pet. Each cable end should be securely connected, but not loose.
Test Your Internet Connection
On Different Devices:
If you’re on your computer, then use your phone or tablet to see if you can get online. If one or both devices connect, but not the other, then you know that your internet connection is working.
Reboot Your Router:
Don't skip this step! This is what tech support will ask you to do first, as it often solves the problem. To reboot your router, unplug the power cable for 60 seconds and plug it back in. The equipment will take a few minutes to connect.
The following parts (view from left to right) are located on the back panel.
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