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INTERNET LIGHT IS RED

I was trying to put the option in my linksys router so that outsiders cannot connect to my network. Doing so I presssed the reset button and maybe the earlier settings got deleted and now I'm not able to connect to internet thru my router, my internet is working through direct line. how to solve this problem. Please help. my id is artichhabra@hotmail.com.

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If you reset your modem then you did infact erase all the settings that were entered in previously to make it work with your ISP or setup. You will need to reconfigure the router or have someone do it for you that can physically be at your machine.

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    • 8Restart your computer. For those computers you wish to connect wirelessly, open their network configuration screens and enter the security information in the appropriate fields. Setup is now complete.


Read more: How to Set Up a Linksys WRT54G Wireless G Router ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_5133173_set-linksys-wrt54g-wireless-router.html#ixzz2CVg8SB27

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