Question about 2wire (1000-400108-001) Router
If you connect with an ethernet cable, you don't need any additional drivers at all. You just need to have a browser connected to »192.168.1.254/ and a product key. The 2Wire has a built-in wizard which you can access with the browser, and it will guide you through the setup. The product key is obtainable from a number of sources, including the 2wire web site, although you should look to your ISP's web pages first if they provided the 2Wire.
If you don't have an ethernet adapter on your computer, you might want to consider purchasing one of those inexpensive ethernet cards. Ethernet seems to have a lot fewer problems than the USB route.
Posted on Jan 08, 2008
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Re-run the Setup Wizard using one of the following methods if you are unable to browse the Internet:
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Re-run the HomePortal Setup Wizard by going to http://homeportal/setup (http://172.16.0.1/setup) in your Web browser.
(For Windows only.) Re-run the HomePortal Setup Wizard by clicking Start > Programs > 2Wire Gateway > Run 2Wire Setup Wizard.
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