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That is connect. You will need to connect the router to the modem with the Ethernet cable.
First connect the computer to the modem with the Ethernet cable. Make sure that you can access Internet without router.
Connect the computer to the Ethernet port 1 and modem to the Internet port on Linksys router. Open the setup page of the router. Change the Internet connection settings according to the Internet service provider. Create a wireless network and then connect your computer and other devices to the wireless network.
If you lost the setup disk of your router, you can set it up manually. First is you need to find out what type of connection is your ISP, cable, dsl, or fiber optic etc. If it is cable or fiber optic, it's a plug and play. If it's dsl, you need to get your username and password from your ISP.
At the rear is a small hole in that hole is a button, the reset button, press this for a few seconds with the power removed, and it will revert to Factory settings...Now you will have to re-set it up all again.
The link below will allow you to download a PDF Adobe reader, format, manual.
Unless it asks for the disk, then contact the company that you're with but normally, you don't need a setup disk, the only thing that most discs that come with routers are used for is to show you how to connect it, but if you already know, you don't need it, but once you have the router connected you should have internet connectivity.
Well, i have set up several routers and they actually run better without the setup disk. as long as you know how to set it up, you it will work fine. (Setup disks tend to be over controlling of your network.)
-Unplug your modem of all plugs.
-plug in your cable wire to the back of the modem.
-Plug in the ethernet wire from the modem to your router.
-Turn on the power(plug in) to your modem and give 2 mins.
Plug in ethernet cord from router to your computer.
-Plug in power to your router and give 30 seconds.
-power on your computer and give 1 min after start up.
-Make sure your internet is working and you are good 2 go.