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Router modem only

Have 1 laptop and wan to use wireless

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  • tso id Oct 11, 2008

    i tried that . it is a d-link di-614

  • Carl Navarro
    Carl Navarro May 11, 2010

    So you either get a wireless router or wireless access point. WTP? Both plug into the existing modem or router and you have to do some setup to make it work. It depends on the brand and what you get.

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Check this page, to clarify your situation and get connected soon

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Hi there!

I want to help you out. I have some questions to ask you first:

1. What brand and model are your wireless router and laptop?
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Your physical connections are correct. BTW, can you also specify what port from the modem is going to the router? Some routers have 1 port named "Internet or WAN" and 4 ports for "Ethernet." Check if the modem is connected to the "Internet or WAN" port.

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