Question about Computers & Internet
I hope your not talking about the wireless router.....
unplug your computer from the modem, and link the modem's Ethernet port to your router's WAN port (this is important). Once you have that in place (and you may see a WAN status light come on), plug your computer into one of the other Ethernet ports using another Ethernet cable and see if you can get a connection........
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
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