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You don't need the modem. You plug the router into the PC and install your ISPs software (if any) and then open up a browser window and underneath the router on a sticker it will give you the address to put in and the username and password to access.
Set up should be easy but you can enable wireless from there (if it's not already on) and then the rest of your devices (provided they are wireless enabled) can use the router wirelessly one you enter the password on them.
Posted on Sep 17, 2010
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