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CabezaEnFuego

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This has probably already been discussed but I have a Linksys WRT54G router. I don't know too much about networking so I'm hoping for some help here. I have cable internet and my modem and tv both run from the same line, with a splitter (thats how the guy installed it). The modem and router aren't convenient for my desktop which I put a wireless card into and have been using previously with no troubles. Anyway, now the router is in my room and my computer is the "main". What I would like to do is go completely wireless with no computers connected to the router but everything I've tried so far doesn't let me do that, keep in mind I'm a networking novice. Any suggestions?
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Have you been to the router's setup page or do you have access to it? To access it the first time you have to be wired and go here

http://192.168.1.1

then you can set up a new admin password and username which will allow you to access it from wireless.
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fixed it
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