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Set up to my other computer

I don't have the numbers I need to set up a network with my new computer.

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Hello THere. What numbers do you need? If you are trying to connect your new computer to the router via wireless then you need to get the wireless settings of your router such as the Network name and encryption(if any).

In your Linksys router, you may try to access the setup page by using the default IP, http://192.168.1.1 , Type in admin on the password, leave the username blank.

GO to the wireless tab to check your settings.

Hope this helps or you may post more clarifications for your problem.

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