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My internet delivers less than 2 mps when I connect my Linksys it does't work

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This speed is actually too small. That may be the reason Linksys can't relay the connection to your laptop. Try and get an improved link speed and make sure the linksys picks the IP address of the service provider (ISP) because it needs the IP address to be able to connect connected systems.

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Welcome to Fixya. The 130Mbps is the connection speed to the router. Not to the Internet.

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AT&T is DSL connection type. the DSL connection works on 2 different modes. 1) DHCP 2) PPPOE.
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Thanks for responding. To me, my router was running before at 100 mps. I took a better look and someone, somehow has tapped into my computer. My computer tends to stop working in browsers and I keep getting notifications to block access. My own router is showing, however I cannot access it. I will have to refresh my network, and reenter my own network and get that creep off my system.

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