I also forgot the mention that, I tried having the USB cord to my computer and router connected to the modem at the same time, and the Internet doesn't work that way
No I'll try and explain the setup a little better sorry for the bad display in my recent post.
Alright I'm a little confused if your using the USB/Ethernet cord adapter or just using a Ethernet so I'm going to explain both ways.The way your trying: (with usb explained)First this is the way with USB:
(you cannot have wireless with the usb, because there is no usb port on the router)
Plug the modem part of the cord into the modem; then plug the USB into the computer this will enable you to have a direct connect and no wireless.
For the wireless you need at least one Ethernet cord here'san example of what it looks like:WIRELESS SETUP YOU NEED:
(This is probably your old setup with wireless) First,
Plug one end of your Ethernet cord into the Modem.Second,
plug the other end of the Ethernet cord into the internet port on your Linksys Router.Third,
now your modem is giving your internet to the router to be sent from the router wirelessly.Forth,
now we connect your laptop wirelessly to the router, so use your wireless utility and connect to it. If you have any other computers you want wired into the router you'll need another Ethernet cord, plug one end of it the router the other end to the back on the computer.
Now if you have other computers that aren't wireless capable you'll need to plug an Ethernet from that non wireless computer inot one of the ports on the back of the router.
Now once your connected wireless to that router, and you're sure the ports are plugged in correctly and your not getting any internet connection from the computers hooked or wirelessly on your network try a power refresh like I've stated in the above post.
Edited by CamTheMan, 19 April 2008 - 01:38 PM.