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turn off and on the router, and what are these devices

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#1 cafejose


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Posted 28 October 2017 - 10:06 PM

The topic maybe should be in "Service Providers" instead of here but not sure;



How do you turn off and turn on the/just the router?


The main computer here has connected with it, some internet devices so that all computers in this place can have internet access and some to have wireless internet access.  There are three of these internet devices associated with the main computer:  A narrow black box with green lamps in from and plugs & plug receptacles in the back; a small narrow box labeled "wireless access point",  with a double-arrowed button on the front and a couple of flickering lamps; and just under this box is a big gray box that works as some type of power or battery supply but is also connected to A.C. source.  


How do I turn off the router?  If I know what the router is, can I simply disconnect it as a way to turn it off and later just plug it back again to turn it on?

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Posted 28 October 2017 - 10:40 PM

What is the model number of all the devices. From the model numbers of each device, you can determine which device it the router.

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