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CAN'G CONNECT TO THE INTERNET.

Have put in new NIC and tried different cables.
The computer goes saying that a cable is unpluged with sometimes having a connecton for a second or two.

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How are you connecting to the router? Wireless, or wired?

If wired, is there a wired connectoid for a network card when you click on Start|Settings|Network Connections?

If wireless, is there a wireless connectoid for a wirless card when you click on Start|Settings|Network Connections?

Check out the manual here - www.westell.com/images/pdf/327w11_06_ug.pdf

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OK, my friend, don't fret. Let's find out what the skinny is. First things first...

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(B) Your router should be connected to each of your computers via "straight through" (not "cross-over") Ethernet patch cables that run from the LAN ports at the back of your router to a NIC connection on each of your computers.

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