Incredibly I spelled incredibly wrong. I have an Asus router connected to my Comcast interface which has Wi-Fi. The Asus also has wi-fi, so I use both. The problem was in the last few days the Asus was fine (lights blinking) when I went in my ham shack so I wondered why I got no Wi-Fi from it nor did the electrical monitoring unit work that is plugged into it. But every time I walked into the shack it was blinking just fine. But this morning I happened to walk in to the shack to get something and all its router lights were out, i.e., dead. So in order to follow the power cable from the router I turned on the lights in the shack, I checked the router, it was working, so I figured I bumped something so left the shack to see if the Wi-Fi, was ok it wasn't, . So I went back in the shack router was still on. So I left again and the Wi-Fi was now ok, so I turned off the light in the shack and left and Wi-Fi gone again. I am guessing you figured it out by now, the router was connected to the receptacle that controlled the lights. I had done rearranging of the shack on Sunday morning and moved the router plug. Anyone else do anything this dumb?