Posted 31 October 2006 - 11:52 AM
Presuming that there are no special settings required by your ISP (cable doesn't usually require anything, DSL may require stuff) if you can't connect then you're not setup properly.
You must run the Network Connection setup wizard and the Network Setup wizard at a minimum to connect. The router will require both in order to function properly. (BTW - if there is already some of these on your system - disable them and create new ones to see if that works)
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