I moved my cable modem to a different room and cannot connect to the internet. The first internet light on the modem is on, the second blinks and the third doesn't come on. Shouldn't I be able to connect my cable modem to any cable connection in my house?
Hey try rebooting the pc & do a complete network power cycle...unplug the power cables from the modem & from the router & then plug in the power cable to the modem first once all the lights are solid green you could plug in the power cable to the router & check out it will definately work!!
Also if its a Cable connection try resetting the router reset button in such a way that power light is blinking on the router & then do a complete network power cycle.
Configuration for cable connection:-
Access the setup page of the router by launching an Browser and type on the address bar, 192.168.1.1 and press enter. When it prompts for the username and password, leave the username field empty and provide password as "admin" (Without quotes) click on ok. On the main setup page the ""Internet Connection Type"" should be on ""Obtain IP Automatically - DHCP ?. Click on the Save Settings button. Now click on the sub tab ""MAC address clone"". - Click on enable Click Clone & click save settings Check WAN Ip on Status page of router .... If getting Valid Ip .... try going online If not ... power cycle for 4-5 minutes & then agian check the WAN Ip address .....