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Problems connecting Toshiba-WRC 1000 through cable modem

I had the wireless router working but then after I disconnected it to try and troubleshoot a problem I have not been able to remember the proper connection sequence.

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I'm not sure what you mean by "connection sequence". If the modem is on, and the router is set up properly, it makes no difference what's turned on next. The wiring sequence should be simple: Modem to Internet or WAN port on the router, any LAN port to the computer ethernet port.

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