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The router is like the heart and lungs of your home internet network. It is essential to keeping your connection going and WiFi pumping throughout your home. But if it’s experiencing issues, sometimes all it takes is a quick reboot to get it working again.
Unplug the router and leave it unplugged for a minute or so. Plug it back in and see if it reconnects. Unplugging your router gives the equipment a chance to clean memory banks and restart tasks.
You can check to see if you’re getting a signal by looking at the LED lights at the front of your equipment. The light for an internet connection is usually labeled WAN, Internet, or with a globe icon, and you can tell the internet is on if the white or green light is solid or flashing.
If the light is red or not on at all, it’s still not working properly.
This might sound a bit too obvious, but the first thing you should do is restart your device. It won’t work every time, but it gives the operating system a chance to clear things up and try again in case it’s frozen, not recognizing the network, or just being uncooperative.
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