Question about Computers & Internet
Plug the cable from your ISP / modem to your router. Make sure both the IP addresses of the router and the modem are not the same. If they are , you would have to change it manually in the router.
Run the set up in the router to have it connected to the ISP. Once you are done, scan your computer for wireless signal and that should be done.
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