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D_LINK DI-604 router

I want to wire 2 computers to this router. Problem is ----only 1 will work.

What do i have to do to get the other computer to work?

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You should be able to go online, check if the cables are connected properly..contact your isp, so that they can provide you a detailed trouble shooting

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