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DI-524 set up router on laptop via dsl line. Router not showing wireless connection? Not sure how to proceed. Please help

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Make sure you have the wireless lan activated(software/hardware) and also configure your router's wireless setting(connecting thelaptop to the router by ethernet cable).write the wireless configuration down and configure your laptop with the same SSID and WEP key.it shud connect and you shud able to be good to goo..don'tforget to configure your DSL to therouter.post your router/modem/ISP details for further help

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1.       Check the for the Physical connection Between the router and dsl  the  modem

2.       And make the sure the dsl light or the status is solid green in the dsl modem

3.       If the dsl light or link light is bilking on the dsl modem . call your service provided and run a line test to confirm if there is any problem with the telephone line  

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