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Router not connecting with adsl modem wirelessly

My when connected to my adsl modem wont allow laptops to connect via wireless or the pc connect via ethernet cable, when bringing up the routers settings via routerlogin.net it shows the connected computers either via lan or cable, even after setting the ip settings into the router it still does not want to connect

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Re-set it and re-configure it ur router then you get it

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