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We just had a cable modem installed and added a d-link dir-615 router. The laptop we used to set up the router connects wireless to the internet. Two other laptops connect to the router but not to the internet. They both do thru cable.

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If your router is new then contact D-link and have them help you configure the router correctly.

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