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no, but you need to configure the router to connect to the internet, you should have a "quick start guide" that will help you connect to your router and set your ADSL dial settings (as it needs this to connect you to your internet service)
once these connection settings are set you should be able to connect to the internet
you can then explore the other settings including the wireless configuration of your router
you need more than a wireless adapter to connect to the internet......
you need a wireless network to connect to. in cafe's and pubs the owner sometimes sets up a WiFi network that their patrons can connect to, however most people have to provide their own.
to get to the internet , you will need.
A broadband connection (ADSL / Cable) this normally comes with a standard NON wifi modem
A WiFi Router (including ADSL / Cable Modem) depending on what you have already.
then to link a remote PC / Laptop to this network, A suitable wireless adapter ( like your belkin adapter)
it is a common misconception that a wireless adapter is all you need (advertising is vague)