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How to Fix CenturyLink WiFi Not Working Problems

by Bella Callen Welcome To Email Customer Support

CenturyLink WiFi Not Working Problems; what should we do? This is one of the most common, but the most pervasive problems that most users are experiencing.

If you are here using your backup data or Wi-Fi because your CenturyLink DSL keeps disconnecting, you’re in the right post!

Reasons Why Your CenturyLink WiFi Not Connected

 

CenturyLink WiFi not connected

You are not alone in case you are wondering why your connection is constantly disengaging. There actually are a multitude of reasons why it happens.

Some of the most common reasons include:

Defective or broken cable to your modem or router going to your computer

Your internet service provider or ISP has a problem with our infrastructure

The bandwidth of your connection might have already reached its limit

And so on

Fret no more! In this guide, you will not only solve the intermittent connection that you have; you can also learn how to do it by yourself!

 

How to Fix CenturyLink Internet Not Working

You neither have to be an internet expert nor a tech-savvy person to solve this concern.

It’ll not only save you time, but also allow you to exert less effort and less energy.

We Might Be Down or Under Maintenance 

Are we down or are we undergoing maintenance? Check with the customer service of your ISP immediately! You can contact them via our hotline for the fastest response.

Contact them and inquire if there are any outages or any maintenance going on

You can also search the web for any similar experiences happening as of the moment

Moreover, you can also check if we’re down through the Down Detector Browser Program

 

CenturyLink Internet Not Working - Fix Methods That Works!

Check Wi-Fi Status

If you are experiencing problems with your Wi-Fi, then you need to make sure that the Wi-Fi icon on your modem is enabled.

turn on wifi

Set your Wi-Fi up by following these steps:

Go to your browser and type in http://192.168.0.1

Login to your online user interface and type in your Admin Username and Admin Password

Choose Wireless Setup

Click on Basic Settings

Choose Enable

Lastly, you just have to Apply Changes

Power Cycle Your Devices

Are your devices the problem? You will know that it’s with one of your computers or your smartphones if others are working fine and yours is not.

restart system

For your laptop or your PC, just hit on Restart or Shut Down. If you choose the latter, turn it back on again after 2 to 3 minutes.

For your smartphones, press and hold the power button until you see the option “Restart” or “Slide to Power Off.”

Update Your Wi-Fi Drivers

In case you are not aware, your Wi-Fi is working because of drivers and firmware that your ISP gives you.

 

If you are experiencing a sluggish connection; or if it’s constantly dropping, you might want to give updating your drivers a try.

 

It might take a couple of minutes to be completed. Once done, it will automatically reboot the router. Once done, both the DSL and the internet lights will turn red – you just have to wait for 2 to 3 minutes and it’ll be restored.

This method is also effective and applicable if you are being annoyed because the CenturyLink DSL keeps disconnecting.

Contact CenturyLink Tech Support

After doing all the steps and you are still not satisfied with how your connection is, the next best step is to contact the Qwik Aid technical support.

Source: https://sites.google.com/view/qwikaid/blogs/centurylink-wifi-not-working


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About Bella Callen Freshman   Welcome To Email Customer Support

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Joined APSense since, February 22nd, 2021, From Washington DC, United States.

Created on Apr 28th 2021 18:06. Viewed 142 times.

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