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I've got everything up to ping 192.168.1.1 and the answer comes up: timed out I also have a switch box that I do not have connected and 2 mini disc's for zonet router I have 2 HP computers and 2 Dell Optiplex Computers that I want to hook up to the internet. I have highspeed through AT&T on a motorola modem.

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Hey

I need to know a few things about the network.

So you have a motorola modem, could you look at its bottom label and tell me its brand and model.

So that modem is connected to the internet, and a cable from this modem goes to a router yes? no? And is it connected on the DSL, or INTERNET port on the router? most likely separate from other ports and may have different coloring.

And then from there, are you connecting wirelessly to the router or with wires?

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