Probably not but since you have not given us any pertinent details regarding the connection and router we have no idea what exactly might be going wrong for you. 1. What type of internet connection is it? Cable? DSL? other? 2. What make/model router? 3. Did it ever work or are you trying a new setup? 4. Does your ISP have specific requirements in order for a router to be recognized? eg some tie the connection to the mac address of the original PC that is connected to the modem. In these cases it is necessary to clone the PC mac address in the router or the connection fails You may also have a faulty cable or any of a number of other problems. Give us more details and we might be able to help you solve it without shelling out unnecessarily
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