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I am trying to set up my Dynex N wireless router. I can not figure it out. The directions say that I should have colored wires that did not come with the router. I am so confused

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  • auntjojo1534 Jan 09, 2009

    I have the ethernet cable hooked to the router. Does it stay hooked to the modem also. What am I supposed to do with the blue wired I got with the router

  • auntjojo1534 Jan 09, 2009

    I used the installer that came with the router. I have to the ethernet cable connected to the router and modem now. I don't want a cable contacted to my lap top. What do I do now? If I take the cable off my computer I can't get internet.

  • auntjojo1534 Jan 09, 2009

    I'm using Window Vista

  • Randy Hough
    Randy Hough May 11, 2010

    Do you have the manual,or are you using the built is setup assistant?

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No worries. There should be a port labeled 'Modem' bordered in green'. Plug an ethernet cable (looks like an oversized phone plug) in to that port and run it to the DSL/Cable Modem. Power cord should be prtty straight forward it only fits one place. if you have hard wired computers, plug the network cable from the computer into one of the remaing 4 ports, bordered in blue.

If you still have problems, post a comment and I will get a copy & come back to help ya

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  • Andrew Podner Jan 09, 2009

    it can go from the wireless router to a desktop computer if that situation applies to you, or the ethernet port on your laptop if you wanted to go hardwired. But in reality, there is not a requirement to have a hard wire connected computer




  • Andrew Podner Jan 09, 2009

    ok, that tells me that your laptop isn't linking up to the wireless router. XP, Vista????? what op system are u on?

  • Andrew Podner Jan 09, 2009

    ok, good enough, unplug the ethernet cable, and then try opening the networking center and doing a 'diagnose this connection' on the wireless connection after first making sure that the laptop has recongnized and connected to the wireless network.

    if it hasn't then select connect to wireless network and select the apporpriate wireless netowrk id (strongest signal.)

    If after all of that it is still giving you fits, click start | run | in the run window type 'cmd' (no quotes) then type 'ipconfig -all' and paste the results into a comment here






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