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How do I get my AT&T modem to be wireless? It

How do I get my Gateway 2Wire modem to be wireless? It has one yellow wire from the modem to my laptop, one power line in and place for the phone line. The wireless light is not on. The internet light is. I don't see anything else to bring it it to wireless. What is missing? Thanks. Ken nuncio22@att.net

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Does your laptop have wireless..??

find you modem model and the manual for it here. .

http://www.2wire.com/index.php?p=479

it probably just needs to wireless configured and enabled. .

all else fails call ATT support during the daytime in your time zone. . .

have a pen and paper ready.. .

be patient they are there to help , it whats you pay for every month.

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