This is part two in this series for troubleshooting your network connectivity. Confirming the connectivity with the Internet was the focus of the first three steps in our process. We now continue with the remaining steps to help you discover what the problem with your Internet connection might be.
Check functionality. Once the network cable has been confirmed to be working correctly, we need to see if the router is working correctly. Since you have already unplugged and re-plugged . . .
To most computer support persons, having problems connecting to the Internet via a home router and a high-speed connection is not a major issue. However, for those who do not understand some basic technology concepts, solving connectivity problems will be a struggle. The following will give you some tips of where to look for network connectivity problems and how to perform some basic trouble-shooting tasks.
Most of the initial steps of this process are common-sense and incredibly . . .