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No DSL connection & power light on Netopia 3314 modem clicking between red & green

I'm using the Netopia 3314 modem. The power light is clicking between green and red, and the DSL traffic & sync lights are not on so I can't access the internet. I've checked all of the cables and connections: they are all working. I would appreciate advice on how to resolve this, please. Thank you.

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If you haven't done so already I would turn the netopia router off and back on again at least once. If that doesn't solve the problem it's probably a sync issue with your providers equipment. I'm assuming you're using ATT because of the Netopia router, but generally speaking you should contact your provider and have them run a line test.

They can determine if the line is good or not. If It is all working fine at the time you call ask them to run monitoring on the line for the following 24-48 hours to try and anticipate a reoccurrence. Insist that they call you back regardless at the end of the monitoring term to share their results with you.

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SOURCE: AT&T Netopia DSL modem not opening ports for web servers

Try to open the required ports of your web server on your router.

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SOURCE: Netopia 3347 wireless Router will not work at all.

your router has a volt/amperage ranting ok. check the down side of the router to behold this rating. Something like 12V direct 0.5A. This means you should test and determine your router's adapter power output. If your voltage reading falls within this range: 11 - 14V then its ok, otherwise try another. I cannot overrule the logic board as a possible problem if your adapter gives out the right voltage. In this case, you should contact the vendor. Good luck

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Try turn off the router, then back on

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i have a netopia SN 124486625536 wireless router,, is this suppose to come with a disc to download on computer? And if so where do I get one?
NEED HELP, please email me at darlene1957@localnet.com

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First make sure that all light have the color of green. If they are Flashing with color RED that means the property associated with the light is having a failure.
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