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FRITZ!Box 6820 LTE Serwis
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LAN connection to FRITZ!Box cannot be established

The LAN port cannot be used to establish a connection to the FRITZ!Box. After connecting a network device such as a computer, NAS system or game console to the FRITZ!Box, the FRITZ!Box does not detect it and the device cannot access the Internet or the FRITZ!Box user interface. One of the following error messages may be displayed by the network device:

  • "A network cable is unplugged."
  • "Network cable unplugged."
  • "You are currently not connected to any networks."

Simply proceed as described below. After each measure, check whether the issue persists.

1 Restarting the FRITZ!Box

  1. Unplug your FRITZ!Box by removing the power cable from the electrical outlet.
  2. Plug it in again after 5 seconds.

    Note:The FRITZ!Box settings will not be deleted when it restarts. The restart will take about 2 minutes. During this time, you cannot access the FRITZ!Box user interface.

2 Installing the latest FRITZ!OS

3 Installing the latest software for network adapters

  • Install the latest driver for your computer's LAN network adapter or the latest software for the network device.

    Note:Often the Windows Update does not offer all of the latest device drivers. Therefore, use the software from the manufacturer's website (for example Intel, Broadcom, Realtek).

4 Connecting a network device directly to the FRITZ!Box

The following step is only necessary if the network device is connected by means of an intermediary device (for example a network switch, powerline adapter, LAN/wireless LAN converter) instead of being connected directly to the FRITZ!Box:

  • Connect the network device directly to a LAN port on the FRITZ!Box. If possible, use the yellow cable included with the FRITZ!Box.
    • If you are now able to establish a connection to the FRITZ!Box, then the connection between the FRITZ!Box and the network device was causing the error:
      • Make sure that any intermediary devices function properly.
      • Update the software of all intermediary devices.
      • Use a different, short network cable to connect the network device to the FRITZ!Box.

5 Testing a different cable

The network device may be connected to the FRITZ!Box by means of a network cable that is too long, incorrectly wired, or defective:

  • Use a high-quality network cable that is as short as possible (for example the yellow cable included with the FRITZ!Box) to connect the network device to the FRITZ!Box.

    Note:Any standard STP-type (Shielded Twisted Pair, 1:1) CAT5e Ethernet cable with a maximum length of 100 m can be used to connect a network device to the FRITZ!Box.

6 Disabling energy-saving functions for the network adapter

  • If energy-saving functions are enabled for the computer's LAN network adapter or the network device, disable them for testing purposes.

    Note:Many LAN network adapters allow you to select various energy-saving options in the Windows Device Manager. You can find these settings on the "Power Management" tab in the properties of the network adapter.

7 Changing the FRITZ!Box's power settings

  1. Use a different network device (for example as a computer, smartphone, tablet) to open the FRITZ!Box user interface.
  2. Click "Home Network Overview" in the "Home Network" menu.
  3. Click on the "Network Settings" tab.
  4. In the "LAN Settings" section, check whether the option "Power Mode" or "Green Mode" is enabled.
    • If the "Green Mode" option is enabled:
      • Enable the "Power Mode" option.
    • If the "Power Mode" option is enabled:
      • Enable the "Green Mode" option.
  5. Click "Apply" to save your settings.

8 Testing a different network device

  • Connect a different network device (such as a computer, game console) to the LAN port on the FRITZ!Box.
    • If the other network device can access the FRITZ!Box and use its Internet connection, then the issue is not caused by the FRITZ!Box.