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You need to unplug your computer from there and plug your router in the same place instead. The WAN port or uplink port should be connect there. Then you can plug your computer in any of the LAN port on your router. Usually you don't need too much setup, just restart the modem from your Internet service provider, wait for half minute and restart your router, then wait for half minutes and restart your computer. The manual of your router or the support section of the manufacturer of the router should have some instructions about how to set up the router. If you need more details, send me an email and I will let you know. [email protected]
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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