Originally Posted by fredgolightl How about entering the router (192.168.1.1) and clicking Advanced, then Maintenence, then Device, and selecting the Configuration File tab and download the current config file - then you can reset the router and if it doesn't work you can just restore the current downloaded/backed-up state by uploading the config file you've downloaded.
Or check the Basic>WAN setup. Mine is like this:
nas_0_38 PPPoA Connected 2.97.xxx.xxx 1
nas_0_65 Bridge Connected 1
WAN connection: Enable
VPI/VCI: 0 / 38
Service list: INTERNET TR069
Connection type: PPPoA
Service type: UBR Without PCR
Encapsulation mode: VCMUX
Authentication mode: Auto
Connection trigger: OnDemand
Idle time: seconds 1800
MTU: manual Size: 1432
Any setting not listed has no checkbox ticket/value entered.
Originally Posted by fred sheehan Have you tried different wireless channels?
Laptops very often need a wireless adapter driver update to use WPA2 wireless encryption properly, have a read of this topic for help with wireless issues;
Originally Posted by csidepc If you are having problems with all of your wireless devices, then logic dictates that it must be a problem with the router.
You mentioned a power outage. It's possible this has damaged the router.
I managed to "revive" a router that had a similar problem by running a firmware upgrade on it.
Whether this is possible depends partly on your level of experience
BTW I never trust router lights, they can be misleading if the router is malfunctioning.
Please can you create a new thread, we can then look into this further.