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Inalambrico n7868r router: Network cable unplugged issue

Discussion in 'Networking' started by mdr, Nov 20, 2011.

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  1. mdr

    mdr Thread Starter

    Nov 19, 2011
    Hi techguy team, hi everyone,

    I've a pretty annoying issue with my Inalambrico Xavi n7868r Router,


    Even it was installed on my pc, and i'm able to connect to device (via, i still could not use it to connect to Internet,

    The issue is this:
    when i try to plug ADSL / Phone line into my router, it disconnects LAN and WLAN in stead.

    Error message: "A network cable is unplugged."


    System specs: Win XP SP3,
    i try it in a home pc and 2 laptops but always the same problem;

    How i proceed and what i get :

    1 - Inalambrico router wireless Config :


    2 - I connect router to AC power and pc but NOT to ADSL phone line :


    3 - Then when I connect ADSL phone line to router :


    4 - Then ...


    5 - I take ADSL phone line back off the router :


    6 - Then ...


    7 - Then ... :


    8 - I try another router, TP-Link WiFi router in stead, and it's working great :


    I used the same Rj45 cable, same pc, same ADSL/Phone line, .. I only replace router.
    That's mean it has nothing to do with my pc, wires, .. etc, but it's my Inalambrico router that causes the "Network cable unplugged" issue.

    Still now :
    - i can connect to Inalambrico router LAN and WLAN but not to Internet,
    - i cannot connect to LAN/WLAN router at the same time as Internet, i couldn't connect to Internet in anyway.

    Before i post i google this but didn't found a definit solution, so if you can help i'm listening,
    caus i tried everything i could but didn't fix it,


    PS: Inalambrico = wireless in spanish ;)
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