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Depending on the type of internet connection you've purchased from your ISP, you will have a coaxial cable or a telephone cord going into a modem provided by your ISP. That modem should have an ethernet or network port on it. You need to plug an ethernet cable into that port and plug the other end into the WAN or Internet port on you wireless router. You should now have internet connection from the wireless router. Try scanning for available networks on your wireless device and see what comes up. If you see one that says Linksys then this may be yours(could be your neighbors depending on how close they are to you). You could also plug a network cable into the router then plug the other end into your computer. If you can get to Google.com or Fixya.com then your internet connection is working.

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For this, you have two types of connection
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2. LAN_WAN (ethernet to internet)-->wireless router is acting as a wireless router

in this case, you need the LAN_LAN connection

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