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Have ADSL Modem and Wireless Router, i connect with UTP cable so dont have internet in my wireless router... I connect my laptop to modem directly and have internet... Whats wrong...??

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The wireless router is not properly configured... configure ur adsl and disable dhcp server in the same. and then disconnect it ... then configure ur wifi router with a static internet address that is from the adsl range . put the default gateway as the adsl and save it, connect the adsl to wifi and switch both of them on... ur done... but make sure if ur adsl address is 192.168.1.1 the ur wifi address is 192.168.10.1

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