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Belking54g router problem

I have broadband with virgin media
i have a motorolla surfboard modem, and then a ethernet cable, connected to the wan port of the belkin router
i can only connect 1 computer upto the network any anyone time, even if its wired or wireless, or a mix

when running a ipconfig, it shows my default gateway as the motorolla, and the motoralla doesnt support nat or dhcp, but the belkin router should be dishing out the internal ip addesses anyway

i cant log into the belking router when connected via the surfboard, i can only access the surfboard, i can access the belkin when i have only the belkin connected, but in the router settings i cannot find out how to turn on nat or anything

when one computer connects to the network, its fine, when anything else connects it gives the limited or no connectivity problem, caused there not getting the ip address from the router

any help on this matter would be great, thanks in advance

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Update the firmware. go to http://192.168.2.1/index.stm and download the newest version

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