Do a factory reset by unplugging power and holding in the reset button for while plugging in the power. Hold the button for about 5 seconds until the ACT LED starts flashing then release the button. Allow a minute for the router to reboot.
Done, this procedure was the first i've learned
Go into the Quick Set page but don't change any settings. Just plug the ISP cable into port 1 and see if you get an IP from the ISP. If you don't then post a screen shot of the Quick Set page. Also contact your ISP and verify that they are providing a dynamic IP for internet or are they using some other method to provide internet settings to you. If you are using a cable or DSL modem then do a power reboot on the ISP's hardware.
Done, but nothing happend.
w32pamela, docmarius: THANKS! i will post the screen in a couple of hours.
I asked my ISP (Eutelia, wireless service, i've got an antenna on my roof to get the internet connection, and they tell me that on my roof there is a Mikrotik hw that is configured to provide an ip address throught DHCP server. In their opinion there are the same hw on my roof and on my desk)
Is your computer LAN set to get DHCP automatically? If you plug the cable from the ISP directly into your computer does your computer get an IP and Gateway from the ISP?
Yes, and with my laptop it works fine, with my voip phone it works fine and with my old & slow tplink router it works fine.
I finished my ideas...