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I am trying to set up this Linksys Wireless G router WRT54G2. When i get to the last step I get an error 322 stating your new router appears to not be connected properly. I have checked the connections several times and everything appears to be connected properly. I have access to the internet, but the router is not configured.

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Try disabling the windows firewall
Launch your web browser and type
192.168.1.1
see if you can get in and manually configure it from there

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