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Distributing the internet either by wireless or by Ethernet cable

The router is receiving the internet (I know this because I can plug directly from the cable modem to the computer just fine) but is not distributing the internet either by wireless or by Ethernet cable. I am open to any help you may have.

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Adam

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    Thanks, I will check this out today.

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Sounds to me that the router is not recieving the signal from the Modem. Some Modems require you use a 'cross-over cable' to plug in a router like that (from modem to WAN on D-link). Make sure the IP address of the D-Link is on the same subnet as the Modem, i.e. the cable modem is preset with an ip address scheme (proabably 192.168.0.1 or something) and your router should have the same 192.168.0.x address depending on what the modem is).

Another thing you can try would be to "bridge" the modem to the router.

Look here, http://www.computing.net/answers/networking/dsl-modemrouter-in-bridge-mode/28151.html

Also if you need troubleshooting walkthrough Im available http://www.hoosierpcrepair.com

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