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You need to obtain and connect a wireless router to the modem to add a wireless network. Use an RJ-45 between the WAN port on the router and to the yellow port on the TM822G (or similar Arris telephony modem). Check with your ISP. If you have set your computer to obtain an IP address and DNS server automatically, you will have the router's wired connection set up immediately.
You will need to check the router's manual to find its IP address and administrative user name and password. Using a computer with a wired ethernet connection to the router, log in and set up the wireless network; you probably will want to change the network's default name to one that is easier to remember. Enable the encryption and use a password on your wireless network. (I recommend disabling the guest account option.)
Then go to your devices that can connect to the wireless network and set them up to find that network. (For some tablets, see the Settings > Network > Wireless menus. On Windows 7 and 8 computers, enable the wireless adapter if needed. Then go to the Control Panel > Network and Internet > Network and Sharing Center. Then set up a new connection.) Some routers have a WPS button on the back or front. If you press this button when prompted by the device, the router will send out a signal that will pair the device and the router without much effort. For other devices, you will need set the device to search for available networks and then type in the password.
I hope this helps.
(I have a Linksys wireless router but there are other manufacturers with well-reviewed routers.)
there is two ways to get the wii connected to internet
You will need the Wii LAN adapter or a Wireless Router already in function
then on Wii options
go to Internet
select Connection 1 (or any not used)
Select Wired or Wireless connection and follow the steps for the connection
For a detailed instructions see the followin linkg http://us.wii.com/connect/
be able to connect to the inter net on that computer click Start>run>type cmd>ok on the black screen type ipconfig >enter under wierless setings note down the numbers go to a web browser snd put the numbers in the adress bar enter
this will send you to the router settings login normaly blank password after this you can acses the security settings and enter a pass word any computer conecting to the network router will need and rember the pass code...
you need to plug the ethernet cord from the calb emodem into your laptop unless you have a wireless router- once you have done this you will need to unplgu the power cord from the cable modem and plug it right back in.