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Can't Send My Huawei EC228 Connection to My Router from my PC

I have the Huawei EC228, and a WRT54G Linksys Router. I want to use the connection from the EC228 and send it to my router with an ethernet cable from my PC so I can connect wirelessly with my laptop? Any help? Please give step by step instructions if you know how.

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Only way that can be done is to unplug it from the pc and plug it into the laptop,But if your laptop has built in wireless,you can connect directly to the router via wireless connection.

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