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Windows 7: Router help!

27 Jan 2016   #1
Tasosz

Windows 10
 
 
Router help!

Hello everybody , an internet Rookie would like some help if you have the kindness

First of all dont blame me for the question ill make , im kinda a guy with no idea about this kind ..

So , first of all Im Living in Germany , I got my router Speedoport w 274v Typ C .
I want to mention that UNDER my house theres a BAR , which I was the owner until I left it . So the Router is normally DOWN near the bar . Since the NEW OWNER don't want my router anymore connected there after a fight we had , I got my router on my hands and no more internet.

Whats my question , UPSTAIRS of this bar , where I live now , I have one more port for the router , but not for the 'link' one ... I dont know if its called like this or if its called 'WAN' port... So when I plug everything , I got Power Ticked and WLAN ticked... the 'online' wont go on... My question is , I got an wifi extender is there somehow somewhat I can do to have internet?

PS here : When i plug 'link' cable into wifi extender i got Link ticked .

I hope you understand what I mean ... the 'link' is the blue one .. And I want to know if I can ake it somehow work without it or if theres something I can buy or whatever...The Internet Company is paid so from their side my internet is connected. I only miss that 'link' spot to plug the cable...


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27 Jan 2016   #2
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

You need to connect to a port supplied to Your premises, or your part of the overall premises by an Internet Service Provider, (ISP)

If you no longer have any involvement with the Bar you should cancel any existing ISP contract to the bar and arrange your own contract to supply your property. contacting your ISP would probably be the easiest as they could arrang to remove the existing service and provide a new one

The cancelling of the contract for the bar will necessitate the present owner to source and pay for their own internet service if they require it
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27 Jan 2016   #3
Tasosz

Windows 10
 
 

Thank you for the quick answer.

Well yeah calling my company is the solution,the problem here is that they will come too late ...i mean,im currently moving out of the house in a while,so time got me busted...i cant wait them..
Thats why i was searching for a quick method to have internet but as i understand is impossible...Thank you again for ur reply
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27 Jan 2016   #4
Barman58

Windows 10 Pro x64 x2 Windows 10 Enterprise x64, Ubuntu
 
 

One possible "emergency" method that I have used in similar situations is a 3G or 4G USB Adaptor or Wireless Router - this will allow you a basic level of internet access, )although my phone used as a "hotspot wireless router" (another possible option) Gives me 12Mb + download on 4G).

Check with your local phone/internet providers if they can provide such an option - Here in the UK it is even available on a PAY as you Go option which may be best for a short duration option


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