See my reply to you in the other thread. As for the setup, I am guessing you installed some type of software that came on a CD that came with the router. You do not need to install any software to use the router. You just need to power all equipment on the Network down, including the modem, then power up in this order: 1) Modem - wait for it to sync with ISP. 2) Router - wait for it to sync with modem. 3) A computer connected to the router with a Cat-5e or Cat-6 Ethernet cable, so that you can go to the main page for the router (Usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.1.254, etc). Username will usually be admin, password also admin (may be a capital A).
Once you get logged into the router through your web browser, then you can check DHCP, to make sure it grabbed the info from the modem (ISP assigned Public IP, DNS servers). Then you can go through and adjust your settings for the LAN, SSID, Passphrase (Use Wireless-N/AC 2.4/5ghz, 20_40mhz bands, WPA(TKIP)/WPA2(AES) or it may only use WPA2(AES) for Wireless-N/AC.
Then after you go through setting everything, reboot the router, and it should start up and start sending the SSID out. Then you should be able to connect to it through WiFi.
Edited by Greg62702, 26 January 2014 - 06:35 PM.