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Internet conection via linksys gateway through netgear router

I have a netgear wgt624 connected to a linksys adsl 2 gateway.i am trying to get the internet on my acer aspire 6530 without connecting directly, the linsys is receving the internet & the netgear wirless router is transmiting a signal but i can't get the internet on my laptop wirelesley through the netgear i assume it is the configeration of one of them but not sure which or how to do it can any one help???

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Not totally for sure but i am myself running linksys. if its a new pc you must first configure your settings in order to hook up it up. on ur pc you should have networks first try running a land line to it and see if you can connect if you have multiple routers its very easy to make a mistake with the wiring.

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