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Belkin F5D7231-4 and ADSL2+

I have a Belkin 802.11g (Model F5D7231-4) router which works fine. I am moving to a new house and have had iinet Naked ADSL2+ installed. I have connected router and can connect wireless but cant get through to internet. iinet say the connection should be fine, so as router is pretty old, was wondering if that model router will work with ADSL 2+, or in fact I need to get a new router.
Appreciate advice
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  • Craig White Jan 26, 2009

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I dont know...
however I would run ipconfig command on your PC. Make sure the default gateway corresponds to your router`s IP (if you indeeed have it conected to it)
And also make sure that your modem is set in Bridging mode and your router in PPPoE a
and the appropiate password input into it.

rgds

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