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Please switch on the modem and push one pin in to the reset hole and hold 5 to 10 second switch off and switch on again.If it not working switch of the modem and push the reset button hold it and switch on the modem hold the pin 5 to 10 second.
Did it *EVER* work, or is this a "first-time" setup problem?
1. You need a "straight-through" Ethernet cable between the WAN (not LAN) port on the router to your modem.
2. You need a _working_ Ethernet cable between the modem and the router.
3. You need to turn the modem on.
4. You need to turn the router on.
5. You need to connect your PC to the router, and access the router's built-in web-server, and then view the router's "WAN-status" web-page. While on that page, click 'Renew IP address".
If the address you mention is correct, try reseting the router first, (normally a little hole at back), then typing in again, although most routers have a 192.168.x.x reference and not 198.168.x.x as you mention.