", I've tried doing a 30-30-30 reset on the router and I've tried it with a couple other plugs/outlets (made sure the voltage/amperage were the same). I am unable to login to the setup page also. By the way, is this true to all of your wireless devices? It's almost acting like it's just a network switch now. Then try going to 'status' to disable and renew your info. What are the common issues with Linksys Smart Wi-Fi Routers and Linksys Wi-Fi Routers? When i check IP Config I dont see any Default Gateway, any suggestions on how to fix this or shoud i consider my router dead. Circle back for feedback after. What's the firmware version just recently uploaded to the router? Sorry for not responding in so long, I've been very busy and these are just spare routers. Did you performed a reset on your router prior posting this query? The computer will automatically be assigned w/ an IP address if it has been successfully connected to a DHCP server like the router. Hi, nicho. If there was software on power supplies, I'd say it was a bug since these two instances happened within 48 hours at different locations. Device : Linksys WRT54GS2 V1 I have no lights on my router i onl get lights when i plug in a Ethernet cord. @ocarroll Please provide us and email it at LinksysCares@linksys.com the details that Rowena_b is asking so we can create a case for you. It should be hardware version 3. On your wifi list, can you still see the router's SSID? I have no lights on my router i onl get lights when i plug in a Ethernet cord. I have an old Linksys Router. if it is bad, you can get a replacement most anywhere. Posted: Fri Mar 11, 2011 23:06 Post subject: Linksys WRT54GS v7 - No power light: Linksys WRT54GS v7 wireless-g 2.4ghz DD-WRT build: v24presp2[beta] 13064 Okay so I heard about the 3rd party firmware, figured id give it a try.. Let's have this taken care of. I have a linksys WRT54G v7.The problem with it is that when i plug in the power only the power LED glows but not with full brightness.I tried switching the power ON and OFF many times but it remains the same.I have hard reset it many times but it has no effect. You will need to type in 192.168.1.1 in your address bar. If not, make sure that the router is broadcasting its network name and that the computer is connected to it wirelessly. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Can any one suggest what can be the problem. I also do not see the network SSIDs while it's plugged in. When i check IP Config I dont see any Default Gateway, any suggestions on how to fix this or shoud i consider my router dead. If the same setback recurs, you may then reset the router and reconfigure it from scratch. The first router is the Linksys E2500, SN: 10A30C64810806, The second router is a Linksys E1200, SN: 10820C61279484. Please email us the following details through LinksysCares@linksys.com along with the link to this community post: I tried flashing via TFTP with lastest firmware, but so far no luck. Hi ilantzy. Try using another power adapter (with the same specs) and if it is still having the same issue, the router is already defective. Please provide us and email it at LinksysCares@linksys.com the details that Rowena_b is asking so we can create a case for you. Anyway for them to look it up? The quickest and easiest workaround for most issues concerning Linksys routers is to powercycle the device. Brand and OS of the device/s used for the isolation: Power specifications of the router's power adapter used. That orange CiscoSystems button is no longer glowing orange either if that means much. Tried all that theres no light on the device at all and i dont have access to set up for some reason. No Lights on My Router After Power Outage. Both are having the same issue I originally described. I used the original power adapters with both routers. Make sure that everything is plugged in properly. Here's what I know:-The WLAN LED is no longer lit so there's no wireless. You will need to use admin as the password. It would be best to buy a new one. This started occurring after a (supposedly succesful) firmware upgrade, so I assume it's a corrupted firmware issue? To do this, power OFF the router, unplug the power cord and wait for 10 seconds before plugging it back in. I also can't seem to ping the router even if I manually set the IP address of the computer while connected. My router goes out after every power outage. Thanks for the replies! We had "Brown out" power outage in the middle of the night last night and when I got to this AM there was no wireless connection and no lights at all on the front of the router. Try plugging the router to another power outlet. What's the hardware version of your Linksys E2500 router? It definitely has power because when I plug in an ethernet cable the activity lights go. I lost the receipt. Same solution: used a non-Linksys power supply to revive the router, and then cut back over to the original. By then, all the devices connected to the router will be disconnected and you will need to reconnect them. Short story even shorter, there was a semi-power outage this morning (lights were very dim but power wasn't totally off), and when the power came back on my router stopped working. check the voltage output of the power adapter modual and make sure that it is as listed on the lable, it may have went bye bye. There's no network connection when I plug a computer in, but the connection lights still blink on the router and computer. You may try to reboot both the router and the computer to refresh their connection. if all the light on the rtr is not lit anymore... that means that your router seems to be defective..... you have to replace it! In this case, the computer isn't connected to your Linksys WRT54GS2. It says "Model No. I'm not sure of the firmware version, I was just trying to flash the latest available at the time. No idea what's going on. This hasn't been resolved, actually it appears I'm having the same issue on a second router. I am unable to login to the setup page also. We'll wait for it. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. E2500" with a "V3" way over on the far right and the FCC ID is "Q87-E2500V3. Model is BEFW11S4 Ver 2. We'll wait for it. The power light turns on when first plugged in, then blinks once and turns off. Thanks again for the help. We'll have Escalation Engineers take a better look at the setback and provide further assistance. those lights are the indication that your router is still working properly. Auto-suggest helps you quickly narrow down your search results by suggesting possible matches as you type. Wait a few minutes and try to connect to the Internet agian.