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Connecting my router

I have comcast cable modem and need to figure out how to get my wireless-g broadband router with speedbooster... i did what it said but still not connecting..do i need to know anything with my ip number or my modem numbers..

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Betty,
Did you unplug the power to the cable modem for at least 15 secs, prior to plugging in the router?
This in fact does fix alot of startup problems.

Cheers,
gurutim

Posted on Mar 19, 2009

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