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Since you are adding one, it means you do have a computer that is already working with this router. It means you router is been configured already. So if you need to add another one, its very simple.
For wired connection: -just get an Ethernet cable long enough to reach your computer then connect the ends on the available Ethernet port located on the back of the router and the other end should be connected on the Ethernet port on your computer.
For wireless connection: Look for a wireless icon on the bottom part of your screen near the clock. For Windows Vista and Windows 7 just click it and will show you the wireless networks that are available. For Windows XP, right click the icon and select "View available wirleess networks". As soon as you see the list of wireless networks, select yours and click "Connect". If your network is secure type the security key that been setup on the wireless router, if not secured it should connect immediately.
Connecting your wireless computer to the wireless network:
Make sure the wireless switch is turned on in the laptop, now look for the available wireless Networks in range, select your network name, enter the security key and get connected.
You may also follow the navigation below according to your Operating System
Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections(Network connections) > Right Click Wireless Network Connection icon > Click on View Available Wireless Network
Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet (Network and Sharing Center) > On your left hand side click on Manage Network connections > Right Click on Wireless Network Connection icon > Click on Connect/disconnect
Start > Control Panel > Network and Internet (Network and Sharing Center) > On your left hand side Click on Change Adapter Settings > Right Click on Wireless Network Connection icon > Click on Connect/disconnect
Select airport icon from desktop, turn on Airport, you will be able to view the available networks in range. Select your network name enter key and get connected.
You may also click on Apple logo > System preferences > Airport > select network name
You will be able to see the Network name (SSID) which you gave in the Router, try to connect to this it will ask for password type it and click on Connect.
You will get connected wirelessly and able to go online.
If you have a laptop, you can see a list of available wireless networks, and then connect to one of those networks, no matter where you are. The wireless networks appear only if your computer has a wireless network adapter and driver installed and the adapter is enabled.
To view and connect to available wireless networks
Open Connect to a Network by clicking the network icon ( or ) in the notification area.
In the list of available wireless networks, click a network, and then click Connect.
Some networks require a network security key or passphrase. To connect to one of those networks, ask your network administrator or Internet service provider (ISP) for the security key or passphrase.
Whenever possible, you should connect to security-enabled wireless networks. If you do connect to a network that's not secure, be aware that someone with the right tools can see everything that you do, including the websites you visit, the documents you work on, and the user names and passwords that you use
Right-click the wireless icon with red X and click on View Available wireless networks. Highlight the name of your wireless network and click Connect. If it asks you for the network key, type in the secuirty key of the router and press connect. That should do it. If you don't know the wireless security key of the router, you can see it by accessing the router's Setup Page through http://192.168.1.1 on your browser. It's under wireless tab then wireless security sub tab
Follow the steps to configure wireless connection :
1. Go to 'Control Panel', Click on Classic View in the left hand side menu and then open 'Network Connections'. 2. Right-click on the wireless Network Connection icon and select 'Properties'. 3. Click on the 'wireless network' tab. 4. Under Preferred networks if you see any name in the list then highlight the name and click remove.Click OK. 5. Right-click on the wireless Network Connection icon and select 'View Available Networks'. 6. Look for the SSID (aka Network Name) of the Wireless router or access point. 4. Highlight the SSID from the list that you want to connect to. 5. Type the security Key here and click on the 'Connect' button. 6. You should have successfully established a wireless network connect
To view the wireless network connection dialog box, follow these steps:
Click Start, Run, and type ncpa.cpl, and then click Ok.
Right-click the Wireless Network Connection icon, and then choose Properties. (Or you can right click the Wireless Network Connection icon and choose View Available Wireless Networks from the shortcut menu.)
Click the Wireless Networks tab.
Under Available networks, click the View Wireless Networks button.
From the wireless network dialog box, you can refresh the network list. This performs another scan of wireless networks within range. The wireless network connection dialog displays the following for each detected network. The following shows the new connection box.
When the wireless network adapter displays the detected networks, you'll able to select a wireless network name and attempt to connect to it. The antenna icon indicates an infrastructure mode wireless network. The icon that shows two wireless client computers indicates an ad hoc wireless connection.
The lock icon and the "Security-enabled wireless network" label indicate that the wireless network has security enabled. The gold lock means you need a network key in order for you to connect to a wireless network. If it's not security enabled, you'll be able to connect to the network without a network key.
You have to reconnect to the wireless network you have been using. In the lower right corner of the desktop there should be an icon that looks like a computer screen with 3 or 4 wavy lines above it. Right click on this, select "view available wireless networks", highlight the one you want to connect to, and click connect. You might have to have a security code to get into it.
You need to have your own wireless router or basically your computer needs to see a wireless signal (any unsecured or secured network around the area). For XP computers, you can go to the control panel and look for network connection and then look for wireless network connection. Right click the wireless network connection and click on view available wireless network. If your wireless card has its own utility, you may have to use it. For VISTA, go to the control panel and click on network and sharing center, click on the manage network connections options at the left hand side and then right click the wireless network connection and click on view available wireless network. If the wireless network that you are trying to connect to is secured. You may have to enter the wireless network password for you to be able to get online.