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Wireless router released October 2007, model number is WGR614v9.

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How can I fix a router that gives signal, but not internet?

My router will give off wireless signal, but it does not give internet access. I've tried restoring to factory settings, but that won't work either. Is there any way to fix this?

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Hi i am also facing wifi Router issue i am using Cisco CVR100W Wireless-N VPN Router as access point.

its connected on LAN Port from my switch I am not using WAN port of this router just because i am using Firewall Devices.

Router issue

1. some its SSID not found in network

2. its connected but not able to download anything

3. when i ping on my local getway its working proper but when i ping on google or WAN Network some its ping coming proper or some its going to break.

i am also change LAN Cable but not resolve.

help me ASAP help must appreciated also send me email on sawan.choubisa@gmail.com


router is disconnected (Fiber home)LM53SL


I just bought Huawei outdoor router B222 s40 and it written disconnected from the internet , please check WAN settings or contact your ISP how to fix this problem


The best tip is to 'Reset' your Netgear router. Remove every cord from your router and then connect them again after 5 seconds. Ascertain the modem receives strong internet signals and connect your router to a computer. Use the browser to reset the configuration of your Netgear router and fixing the Netgear router not connecting to internet issue.


my modem is working but my router is not



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Check that is is working via Ethernet. You could be having DNS resolution problems. Depending upon your ISP you have to set your router up with the PPPoE username and password. Or, if you have been issued a static IP address by your provider, (you would need to have requested it), the static IP fields (including network mask and gateway) or clone the Mac (nothing to do with Apple Computers) address of your computer given to you by the provider must also be set in the router.

Once you can confirm connection via Ethernet you can set up your wireless network (seems like you know how to do that part).

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I have same problem with my router how can I set it


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Netgear Router Lights On But No Internet? Follow the steps to Fix the issue:

If your Netgear router lights on but no internet, then your router is definitely working but there is something interfering with the internet.

If your router works, but there is no internet, it is possible that the internet has been stopped by the manufacturers or one of the networks is having issues. Check the number of active devices connected to your network and determine whether your device has issues or not.

Having in mind all that, let’s learn more about the router’s lights and how they can suggest what’s wrong with your Netgear router.

Why Netgear Router Lights Flashing But No Internet?

The lights on your router will be able to accurately tell you what’s the condition of your current internet connection.

If for instance, the lights are on, this is an indication that the router is working but you’ll be focusing on the network globe icon light.

The network globe icon light is the general indicator of your Internet cable, and if it’s ON then your Netgear router is connected.

Is there internet coming through the cable, is a whole different story and the lights cannot tell.

Light Flashes In Green

The green color is always a good indication. As far as the green lights can tell us, it’s not an issue coming from your supplier and the internet is reaching your router. If this is your case jump right into the methods.

Netgear Flashes In Orange

Your router is either NOT connected via internet cable or there is NO internet coming through this cable.

This could be a result of inappropriate connection, damaged cable, or supplier maintenance. Check for damaged cables and reconnect the Internet cable.

No Lights At All

In case you’re not getting any lights at all, you will be looking at the power supply and condition of your router since it isn’t functional. Try power cycling your router and reconnecting ALL cables from scratch.

How To Fix Netgear Router Lights On But No Internet?

The very first and most important thing to do is to determine whether there is no internet through the Ethernet output or it’s just your WiFi.

In that regard, we highly suggest hooking up a PC/laptop to your router via Ethernet cable (wired) and checking if there is internet.

What’s interesting is that if there is no internet via Ethernet connection, then definitely there is not going to be internet on your WiFi. But if it’s just your WiFi, then you should check for interference and possibly rebuild your network settings.

Note: You can use a free online internet speed test, to check for improvement before and after each method.

Either way, we’re here to help, so let’s jump right into the solutions!

Method #1 Apply The 30-30-30 Netgear Reset Method

The 30-30-30 method is meant to power circulate your device by applying a clean hard reset.

If you’re not exactly familiar with how to perform the 30-30-30 method, you can follow the small step-to-step list we’ve provided you with down below:

Ensure your router is working (At least 1 light must be blinking) Hold the reset button for 30 seconds.

Unplug the router from the power source for 30 seconds. Then plug it back in and hold the reset button again for 30 seconds.

This power circulation rule has been suggested by many users and found effective in situations.

You may however opt for assistance for this method since many users find it challenging to unplug the power cable of their Netgear router while holding the power button down.

Method #2 Disconnect Devices

If you have a large number of devices connected to your home network which are not frequently used, it is best to keep them disconnected from the network to reduce resource usage.

Even if turned off, the devices can still consume a part of your network resources, especially if they are getting software or app updates. To disconnect a device from your home network, simply turn off the WiFi from the options.

To justify this possibility even further, we recommend disconnecting ALL devices except the one that you’re going to test with. Once ready, test your internet with the free source we provided earlier.

Method #3 Update Netgear Router’s Firmware

If the Netgear router lights are on but there is no internet, then your firmware could be outdated by a lot.

To update your router, you’ll need to enter the control panel, and here is a step-by-step guide to doing so:

Note: Make sure that the PC you’re going to use for this tutorial is connected via Ethernet or WiFi to your Netgear router.

Open your internet browser Paste into the search field. Hit Enter to log in and insert your Netgear account to enter. Once inside the control panel go to the Update tab. Check for Firmware Update and install it.

Once ready, your router will restart and hopefully there will be no more internet outages. To check, use the free source we shared earlier to test your internet.

Method #4 Restart/Change Device

If you’ve been testing on one singular device until now, it’s time to restart it and check the internet.

The issue could be from the device you’re using and not from the router, after all, the methods so far.

You can use another device to connect to the WiFi so you can have two devices testing each, the Ethernet connection as well as the WiFi connectivity.

The last thing before you continue any further would be to inspect the routers surrounding for any electrical devices or large metal objects. Such items can severely interfere with your router and impact the internet connection.

Once ready and you’ve confirmed that there is no internet on both your Ethernet router’s output and WiFi, it’s time to take this troubleshooting one step further.

Method #5 Factory Reset Your Router

At last, you can try to perform a factory reset on your router. If you’re not exactly familiar with how to browse the options of your router and perform a factory reset, there are usually three ways to do that.

You can either press & hold the reset button in the pinhole of the back panel, or use the mobile app or Netgear’s control panel.

For this tutorial, we’re going to be looking at the reset via the control panel and if you’re feeling comfortable downloading the app or using the button there is no difference.

Note: Don’t forget to take pictures of how your WiFi settings are configured because after the reset ALL settings will be gone.

Method #6 Factory Resetting With Netgear App

If you already have the Netgear app installed, ensure your device is connected and follow the steps below.

Open the Netgear app on your smartphone and go to the menu. From the menu, click on the settings tab and go to general. In general, scroll all the way down until you find the reset feature.

Click on it and select the full system to erase.

Once ready you’ll need to configure your WiFi from scratch. Use the backup images you’ve created and if you’re not able to set up the WiFi, call your internet supplier for assistance.

Method #7 Call Your Internet Supplier

If you still haven’t got in touch with your supplier, now is the time to do so. At this point, you should start suspecting your router’s functionality but still, your supplier might have temporary maintenance.

If there is nothing that can be done and you need a replacement, check if your warranty is intact.

If it is then you’re lucky but if it’s not you’ll need to make some purchases, but at least the cause is not revealed.

If your router’s lights are on but there is no internet, you can try restarting and updating your router. Ensuring that there is no interference is mandatory after which you’ll be left with the last option to factory reset. If nothing works you can call your supplier.

Now that you know all situations in which the Netgear router lights on but no internet you should be able to take care of the issue yourself.

If, however, you’ve tried everything and nothing manages to solve your internet outage, then it’s time to ask for help.

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Well Today i had the issue with Netgear router & i spent almost 2 hours doing research & troubleshooting. Now few things are clear to me that there are upto 10 number of reasons that could disrupt your internet connectivity so any solution that may have worked for someone else may not work for you.

its best that you follow standard troubleshooting procedure. same steps can be used for any home wireless router troubleshooting regardless of brand.

Now first off one must identify what exactly could cause issue with netgear router -

  • Firmware updates Or settings change
  • isp Disconnection or blockage signal
  • incorrect setup & configuration of router.
  • Overheating router or Modem



Restart/Reboot Router - turn off the modem & router & leave it off for 2 minutes. disconnect the power cable & Ethernet cable & leave it to cool off. after few minutes you can plug everything back together. Now turn on the router & modem then let it boot for a minute. see if that works to help you fix the issue.

Update Netgear Firmware- to keep the operating system of wifi router updated is really important. Now login to your router & check for latest firmware update & update the settings. restart the router after update

Reset the router to default settings- press the reset key at the back of your router & hold the reset key for next 30 seconds. restart the router & reconfigure it. You can setup netgear router from start in case you need anymore help.

Let us know how it went & upvote the answer it it helped you get the issue resolved.

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you may have problem, just because of few things,

  • Physical Connection problem
  • internet Connection problem
  • Firmware is outdated.

So these are few reasons, which may stop your netgear to serve the internet. so you need to make sure that your modem is connected from internet port of the router.

once you will connect the modem to the router, i will suggest you to reboot the router and modem and then try to access the internet.

Also, you need to make sure that you are getting internet from your modem. so you need to connect your modem from computer and try to access the internet. if you can't access the internet. i will suggest you to contact to internet service provider and ask them for help.

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When you are unabel to access the internet on your netgear router and getting the orange light on your router. You should follow the tricks given below.

  1. Check the internet connection on your modem. make sure your modem is connected to the internet. If not, you may contact to your isp for fixing the problem.
  2. See the connection settings, make sure your modem is properly connected from the internet port of the router.
  3. Let’s power off your router and modem, & wait for a while, now let’s try to access the internet.
  4. Try to update the firmware settings on your router, ensure that your router is using the valid internet settings.
  5. Let’s restore the modem and comptuer settings, once you will restore your router, you should reboot it once and start configuring it once again.

once you will configure your router, your router will start working fine, So you may go ahead and follow the. In case, if you are still facing the netgear router not working problem. let me know. we will help you in troubleshooting the problem.

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Try connecting your PC with modem or router with RJ45 patch cable and try using internet to check if it works fine or same slow browsing issue. If you still face the slow browsing issue then the issue can be with your ISP and internet connect but its fine then problem in wireless configuration.

In case if connection is fine then go to your router`s wireless setup and make sure that broadcasting is b/g/n mixed mode, then check what broadcasting channel is selected starting from 1 to 11, in case of extreme start or end make in middle like 6 or 7 and in case of any middle number like 6 to 8 make it either 10 or 3. By changing the broadcasting channel shall hopefully stop any interference with other frequencies.

Good Luck

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Got me stuffed I've been trying to connect mine since 3pm that's 5 wasted hrs n still nothing I've tried with leads n without.


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  1. Let’s inspect the router and modem connection. They both should be connected to each other directly.
  2. After checking the connection, you should ensure that you are able to access the internet on your modem. If you won’t get internet on your modem. You can contact to your isp for resolving the issue.
  3. Switch off the netgear wifi router and modem for 5 minutes, now switch on them and wait for 3 minutes. Now try to access the web. Let’s see if it allowing you to access the internet or not?
  4. Let’s check the ip address settings on your netgear wifi router. Most of the time, people get orange light on their wifi router due to the ip conflict issue. So ensure that your router and modem’s ip address is not conficting. If it is? You need to change the ip address of your devices.
  5. Check for the router update, if you see any kind of update pending. You may  go ahead and do it right now.
  6. After using the above techniques, if you still won’t be able to access the internet on your router, you have to reset your wifi router then, and reconfigure it using the valid internet settings.

Troubleshoot Netgear router blinking orange

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A wifi extender is a type of wireless repeater that is used to expand the reach of wireless LAN. If your Netgear router is working properly but there is no internet. It might be happening because the internet has stopped or multiple devices are connected to the extender.

If you are suffering from Netgear wifi extender keeps disconnecting then examine the number of devices connected to your network.

Methods to Fix the Netgear Wifi Extender Keeps Disconnecting:

Sometimes it happens that the router gives signal, but no internet. There are several reasons that can cause this issue, for example, overheating of the router and modem, firmware updates, signal blockage, incorrect setup, and many more.

As complex as this issue seems as simple its solution is. Here we have some easy and effective ways to rectify this issue.

1. Restart/Reset your Router:

  • Turn off your router and wait for 2-3 minutes, also disconnect the cables and ethernet wire from the router and modem and leave it to cool off.
  • After a few minutes plug all the cables back together, now turn on the router and modem, and wait until it reboots.

2. Disable Proxy:

  • In the window search bar type “settings”, and open it.
  • Click on “network and internet” and from the left corner menu click on the proxy.
  • Scroll down the manual proxy setup section and ensure that the digital on/off switch is off.

3. Update Netgear Firmware:

Keep updating the operating system of the wifi router is really important. Log in to your router and check whether you update the latest firmware or not, if not then update it and also update the settings. Restart the router and update it.

Sum up:

Certainly, these methods will help you to get rid of the wifi router that gives signal, but not internet.

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But it doesn’t connect to any device or internet it just shows power light, no way to log in or check firmware


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