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Wired computer cable. Absence of

Step 2.2 Connect instructs location of wired computer cable included with the router. I don't seem to have this, just a blue ethernet cable. Where can I get the wired computer cable? (Belkin Wireless G Router)

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  • elizabethast Apr 13, 2009

    Oh, thank you!! I'm a complete novice regarding these things. Will try it tomorrow (14th April, 2009)

    Anne.


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The blue ethernet cable should be the wired cabel they are reffering to.

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NOTE: It is advisable to connect the computer to one of the Ethernet (1, 2, 3 or 4) ports when setting up the router for the first time. If you have successfully configured the router using a wireless computer, unplug the Ethernet cable which connects the computer to the router for you to have wireless Internet connection. For instructions on how to connect the wireless computer to go online using the Linksys router, click here.

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