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Connection using D-link and Netgear WPN111

I am having problems using these routers together or individually. The only way I can connect to the internet is to bypass the D-link and go from my modem to my PC. But when I do this I can't use my laptop to get to the internet. Please help. Thank you


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Re: Connection using D-link and Netgear WPN111

You have a router (Dlink) and an adapter (netgear)
What is your OS?
Does the computer recognize the adapter?
Once the adapter is properly installed, you should be able to just run the install CD and get online.
If you still have problems, be specific.

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The question is how do you want to cable the netgear and what do you want to do with it.

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