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I have a DLink DSL 302G Modem hard wired via USB Cable then Ethernet Cable to second Computer. I also have a D Link Model DIR 300 Wireless Router. Are these compatable? I thought going wireless would be simple. I have printed off connection instructions and have had the Wirless a couple of times but every time I try and set up I get Traffic on both but I can't connect to the net?

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Yes...but why are you using wired that your router is wireless..i can advise you to configure your router, so that you wont need a wire.

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