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Most wireless routers are the same. They have a WAN / Internet port that connects to your internet providers modem and four ports to connect your computers to, this is for wired configuration. For wireless you need to setup your security key, and network name(SSID) , see link below on how to connect to router, i wrote up yesterday . Once you have completed this step you can use your laptop to browse for wireless networks and press connect on your home network once the computer finds it. click here for some configuration help tips on how to connect to your router. Please note most routers will work simply connecting them, and trying to connect to "Default" or similar without any security. Some do not allow this and you need to create a security key and enable the wireless via the same console prior to use. Hope that helps you.
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