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Cord reconnect Air Plus G 802.11g/2.4GHz Wireless Router With a little help, I have managed to unplug the cords to my router and computer and am not sure that they are all plugged in correctly. I would guess this one can be filed under stupidity.

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The Ethernet cable coming from your modem should be connected on the WAN Port of your router.

You should have another Ethernet cable with you. One end of this cable is connected to any Lan port on the router and the other end should be connected to your computer.

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