Question about 2wire (1000-400108-001) Router
I currently have comcast internet and two computers in my house. I wanted intenet for both computers so I got my 2wire router out and hooked it up. My first computer works just fine but the second computer will not connect to the internet. I have tried switching the cords they are hooked up to and failed. I called comcast they said i need some sort of Ip address for my router and gave me a terrible phone number of 40 minutes of waiting and no help in the end because i am not an AT&T customer. anyone help???
Cable from modem gets inserted into router port named WAN/Internet
from router you should have a cable going into back computer ethernet port.
once inserted, input router IP address into an address bar (IE or My Computer) eg. 192.168.1.1 --- to find out what your router I is:
Start > Run > cmd > ipconfig /all --- router ip would be listed as Default Gateway or DHCP server
Once logged into router, go to Properties page of router config and perform a Release and Renew of router's ip
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