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Connecting the router and the modem

I went through the whole connecting process, with the cables and the all that stuff.. but on the part where i have to power up the modem and the router, it says im supposed to have the power light, lan light, and internet light on the router, and their not on only the power one is and the wireless light is blinking.. and i connected evrything right.. what to do?

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There's a lotta videos on youtube that can help you out, here's a good video.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rEUAAiAIKbw&feature=channel

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