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Dificulty in configuring wrtg4g

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i have mt882 modem. i connecting linksys wrtg4g with my mt882 modem.
i connected one ethernet cable from modem to linksys wrt54g's internet port and one more cable from wrt54g's ethernet port to my pc's ethernet port . i dont know what is the next step to configure in wrt 54g router. plaese help me.

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There are three major steps to setting up a wireless router.

First set up WAN side access to the internet. For this you need information about your internet service provider. Please respond with your internet service provider's name or better yet a link to their help/support website.

I assume you already have access to configure the router at 192.168.1.1 if not please do the following. Open Internet explorer and enter 192.168.1.1 where you would enter fixya.com and press enter -- do web pages appear in your screen from the wired computer. If so we have manual access to configure the router. If not let me know.

Please reply with a response to this message.

Second we will test wireless connections to the router

Third we will secure the tested wireless connections to the router.

This process will require interaction and several iterations of instructions to complete. Please add a comment to this request with the necessary information if you with to proceed in this fashion.

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