Router Not Connecting to Internet
The steps for resolving the ‘wireless router not connecting to internet’ problem are given below:
- First, try to restart your wireless router and your modem.
- Disconnect all the interface cables between the wireless router and the modem.
- After a short interval of time, reconnect all the interfaces cable between them.
- Access the web-interface setup page of the wireless router using its IP address, username, and password.
- Search for the Advanced section and click the Reset button.
- This will reset the wireless router.
- If needed, perform the steps below to hard reset the wireless router.
- Find the Reset button on the rear side of the wireless router, insert the tip of a pen and hold it as such for some time.
- Ensure that you do not hold the Reset button for more than 30 seconds.
Run the Windows network troubleshooter
- If there is no problem with the wireless router, there might be a network issue on your Windows computer.
- So, try to perform the following solution to troubleshoot the network issues on the Windows computer.
- Go to the Windows computer, select the Settings option and click the Network & Internet button.
- The Network & Internet dialog window will appear on the screen.
- Select the Status option on the left panel and then click the Network Troubleshooter button.
- Follow the rest of the instructions that appear on the screen to diagnose internet issues.