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Netricity powerline ADSL2+ modem router

I have a netricity powerline wireless ADSL2+ modem router i have followed the install instructions,i get the Lan connection but i get no internet connection, i know the phone line is okay as my old modem works on in.can anyone help?

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You most likely need to register the new modem with your Internet Service Provider.

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