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Help!! I'm having difficulty setting up my wireless connection to my ibook!

Well, I've purchased a router for my home so that I can use wireless connection for my ibook, but unfortunately I've been unsuccessful at actually getting it to work....I use roadrunner as my internet provider ( which runs through my cable) I 'm not sure if it's something to do with my modem, router, or just maybe the info in which they ask if I'm using dsl.ips.pppos.or some other jargan that I really don't understand! I would love and deeply appreciate any help that you can give me in the matter. You guys are GREAT. Jamillah

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Last time I checked Roadrunner required you to have them set up the router. However, you should have an existing router from Roadrunner all set up. If you connect your other router which has the wireless capabilities to that then you will be able to use your wireless. Otherwise you will need to call Roadrunner and have them do some configuration on your device.

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