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After hooking up wireless router model #WRT54G2, all I get is a error code that my either net cable is unplugged when it is connected per installation CD (checked it numerous times) Is my cable defective?

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  • CJ1952 May 23, 2008

    Only stated the obvious, and to no avail. Must be a bad cable.

    Thanks for trying.

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The problem is one of three things. The order of replacement is as follows:

1. Bad Cable
2. Bad Network jack connection
3. Bad router

When items are functioning properly you will have connect LEDs on the network card and the router. Also ensure that you TCP/IP setting are set to obtain an IP address automatically

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