Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
when you go through a router with dsl, your router stores your sign on and password. since you have a new providor, you need to get on your router's settings page through your browser, and change your settings to what at&t gave you. what did you have before-- cable internet? dial up? cable does not require an ID + password at all, your router will just pick it up. DSL requires that you tell the router what your sign on is... to get to your linksys login page, open your browswer and go to
you have to 1st sign on to control your router-- usually it's username "admin" and no passwork... I hope you remember it!
second, the main screen, you need to punch in your AT&T info-- username and password. I assume it's PPPOE (PPP over ethernet)
hit save, and after it confirms, reboot your router (unplug for a minute) and your computer.
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
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