After you've followed Bob's advice, can your Ethernet wired Desktop get to your router's control panel? If so, go there and check the router's WiFi settings, in case some glitch has turned of the transceiver. We had a situation here Australia), similar to yours, WiFi dead but wired ports working. Turned out that NBN/Telstra (!#$@#!!) had been doing scheduled maintenance and had managed to turn off all the radios in Telstra's provided modem/router (Technicolor). Worrying that they can do that remotely but that's another issue.
If you decide the router is dead, don't forget to check your Belkin warranty. I used to use their networking kit and had an Access point power supply fail after about 4 years. The manual for the AP said it had a lifetime warranty. I contacted Belkin and they shipped a complete replacement (upgraded AP and PU) free of charge. I don't know if they still do that.
I may need to replace the router in my home. I run my laptop, tablet, printer, home security cameras, Google Home, and cell phone on wi-fi. My desktop computer is hard wired, plugged into the router. It is a small home so I don't want / need anything real expensive. Under $100 I am thinking. What router would best fit my needs?
My present router is a Belkin AC1800 that has woked fine for several years. Today, my wireless network is down and no longer showing up on any of my devices or computers. The only place I can even see my router is on my tablet. It says my network is not in range. I am inside the house. Lately I have noticed that once in awhile calls will drop when I am home.
Could my router be bad?
Any advice would be greatly appreciated.