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Hub stopped working - all lights just flash in synchrony

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by MarTech55, Dec 29, 2006.

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  1. MarTech55

    MarTech55 Thread Starter

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    My D-Link DSH-8 II 10/100Mbps Hub has stopped working. It just flashes all the port lights in synchrony. No network traffic goes through. I've unplugged the unit and waited several days and tried again and still the same thing.

    D-Link's website directs me to call their Tech Support which because that model is no longer being supported the TS line directs me to call another number which then charges a fee for services rendered.

    So, I'm looking for some ideas online. Thank you in advance for any ideas on what is going on.
     
  2. gdi1942

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    Is there a reset button on the hub?
     
  3. Triple6

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    If disconnecting everything from it and resetting it with the button doesn't work you may wish to test the power adapter, if its outputting the correct voltages then there isn't much you can do if its out of warranty.
     
  4. JohnWill

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    It's broke! :D
     
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