Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
I can not get my router to connect. I think I read somewhere the blue cable should be hooked in the router. I have a yellow cable going from the external modem to the router. My blue cable is going to the modem and directly to the computer. Is that correct?
If the yellow cable is already connected from the modem to the router, the blue cable (must be an ethernet cat 5 cable) must be connected from one of the regular LAN port of the router to the back of your computer. Ethernet card should be installed on your pc so you can connect the blue cable.
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