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linksys wrvs 4400n router and broadcasting from computers

Posted on 2008-10-29
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we used to be able to see out network on most computers, since the switches and routers were rebooted we have lost he broadcast of our computers on the network.  now we cannot browse.  any suggestions.

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Is the router your DHCP server? If so the router has likely lost all DHCP logs. Try rebooting a few PC's to get a new IP and wait 20 minutes and then see if you can browse.

Can you ping other computers by IP to verify there is still a physical connection?

It is also possible the router defaulted back to it's original configuration which might be on a different subnet than your network has been configured for.
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Thanks Georgeidp,
Cheers !
--Rob
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