D-Link DI-604 WAN light constantly blinks
Date: Mon, 29 Dec 2003 10:03:28 -0600
I recently bought a D-Link DI-604 to use with my cable modem (3Com
Tailfin.) Everything works fine, speeds and pings are completely normal
and essentially identical to what I had before getting the router.
The only odd thing is that the WAN light on the router blinks constantly
once the modem is connected. The modem's own activity light is acting
normal and only blinks with normal traffic. The same for the port 1 light
where the computer is connected.
The useless manual doesn't mention this. I don't know if it's normal or
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