Reboot your modem and router.
Sometimes Internet service providers (ISP) make changes on their end that can change the settings that connect your router to the Internet.
The way to fix this is to unplug both your modem and your router (you may have one piece of equipment that acts as both) and wait a full 60 seconds.
How do you fix your router when it stops working?
Below is a list of steps in order of most common to remedy this problem.
- Wi-Fi is not enabled on device.
- Verify the wireless connection is enabled.
- Verify the SSID and security key are correct.
- Make sure the Internet is working.
- Reset modem and router.
- Disable firewalls.
- Restore Windows to an earlier copy.
Why is my WiFi not working?
Step 1: Restart your modem and wireless router to fix WiFi not working. This problem can be probably caused by the Internet Service Provider (ISP) issue. Restarting your modem and wireless router can help you reconnect to your WiFi service.
Why is my router not connecting to the Internet?
If the router has been connected to the internet and worked in the past, confirm the signal from your internet service provider (ISP) is not the problem. Turn off the wireless function and directly connect your computer to the router with an Ethernet cable. Reboot the computer and check for an internet connection.