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Connect to it using a rj45 cable and type 192.168.0.1 into your browser. if that doesn't bring up the router config, you'll need to find out the ip by clicking start>run> type cmd enter. then type ipconfig and see what the router assigned your ethernet card. type that in, except for the last triplet of digits, type 1. once you're there, login using admin and a blank password or admin and admin for password (differs from router to router) and see if your wan connection is set to automatic or manual. if you're using dsl, you'll need to manually configure your connection. cable does not require configuring and can be set to automatic.
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