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For some 2wire device you will find the wireless password underneath it its commonly a combination of 10 digit there should be a sticker on the 2wire and look for that 10 digit code if you cannot find it there contact your Internet Provider so the can provide you that wireless key.......
Look at your computer's IP configuration. Go to Network and Dial-up Connections, RIGHT CLICK on your network and pick PROPERTIES. Click on the Internet TCP/IP protocol, then click on the PROPERTIES button. Make sure that your settings are OBTAIN IP ADDRESS AUTOMATICALLY.
Then get into your status screen and look at the GATEWAY address. Is that 192.168.0.1 ?
(If you are using Windows 95/98/ME, then go to RUN and go to WINIPCFG)
You can also use the COMMAND PROMPT and type IPCONFIG and it will show the Gateway address. If the Gateway address is slightly different, then try to get into it at that address.
Also from the COMMAND PROMPT, (or MS-DOS window) you can use the PING command. Just type PING 192.168.0.1. If your router responds, you might be OK.
Look at the lights on your ethernet card. Is it GREEN, or does it show YELLOW.
Try rebooting your computer and using PING again.
Then the problem presist it's possible that this Router is NO GOOD.
You must log on to the browser interface of the router (usually for
2wire they use 192.168.1.254) run the set up wizard it will come to a
screen which asks for a key code, this key code is provided by your
ISP, you can try one of these and see if it works
if you have a PPPOE connection (you have a user name and password to log on to the internet with use this one.
if it is not PPPOE use this
to manually configure the router use this 5225-2374-WG62-22AS-BJ7P
If these do not work call your internet provider and ask them for the key code.