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Dsl-2750u v1 India

Discussion in 'Networking' started by Dvt25, Dec 23, 2017.

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  1. Dvt25

    Dvt25 Thread Starter

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    I'm experiencing an annoying problem on my router.
    The router works well for some hours but suddenly the internet light/led on my router just turns off and the DSL led starts blinking (in attempt to make a connection ).. After 30 sec or so the DSL led turns solid green and the internet led turns red. I have to then use laptop , connect it through cable to router and reset up isp I'd And password. This happens 4-5 times a day basis. Same will be needed if I switch off and switch on router. Have being using this router for 2 years and no issues. Looking at net, I updated firmware to 1.06 . Still no luck . Any suggestions of this is router issue or isp provider issue. Am staying in larger colony and everyone uses this isp. So was not confident of this is isp issue.

    Plz help
    Dlink DSL-2750U
    H/W rev : V1 India
     
  2. lunarlander

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    Sounds like a DSL modem failing. Talk to your ISP and ask them to give you a new one if you are renting it.
     
  3. TerryNet

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    Pretty much agree with lunarlander. Sounds like you have a modem/router combo. You should try to contact your ISP when an outage occurs so they can check from their end. If they are not experiencing troubles then for sure the modem/router (or possibly its power supply) is failing.
     
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