Created: January 13, 2023

None of my devices will connect to my Wi-Fi

They were working fine at 5am this morning but not now. I am in Indiana and my son is at the house in Oklahoma with no Wi-Fi and we us3 the Wi-Fi to make calls.
Last Edit: January 13, 2023
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Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Hello, thank you for using Howly. I’ll be happy to help you out! May I ask your name?
Customer Reply
*****
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Nice to meet you, *****!
Does it say something when you try to connect?
Customer Reply
it says could not find network *****
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Have you tried to restart your Wi-Fi router?
Customer Reply
yes my son said he unplugged it and plugged it back in
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Okay, do you remember your router's name?
Customer Reply
no where would I find that
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Are you able to check the bottom side of your router? Maybe just brand name?
Customer Reply
it is the router that came with our Starlink equipment
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Does it look like this?
Customer Reply
No
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Could you take a photo, please?
Customer Reply
i have the serial #*****
pn #*****/E.
im trying to get him to send me a picture
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Okay, thank you
Customer Reply
Visitor uploaded: image.jpeg
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Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Okay, got it
Thank you
Do you have rectangular or circular Starlink?
Customer Reply
Rectangular. I had him check all the cables and they were fine
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Could you try these steps again, please?
1. Unplug from power and then plug back in 3 times in a row on (2-3 second interval).
2. It will take a few minutes for the router to restart.
3. From the list of available Wi-Fi connections, connect to the network named "STARLINK" or "STINKY".
4. You’ll be prompted to change your Network ID and password.
OR
1. Unplug the mesh from power and then plug back in three times in a row.
2. When repairing the node, make sure to connect to your main Starlink router's network.
3. About two minutes later, on the Starlink App you will receive a notification: "PAIR MESH NODE".
Customer Reply
before I have him do that what should the security be set to
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Excuse me, what security are you talking about?
Customer Reply
wifi
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Do you mean the security type of your Wi-Fi?
Customer Reply
yes
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
WPA2
Customer Reply
he’s working on the steps you gave me now
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Okay
Please, let me know if something is wrong
Customer Reply
its working now
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
Did you connect to your Starlink?
Customer Reply
yes he was able to connect on his phone and is going to try the tv next. Thank you for your help
Bridget Stivenson
Bridget Stivenson Tech Expert & Writer
You are welcome!
I am so pleased to see your issue got resolved!

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