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alright....let's do this the aggressive way...

right click on "my network places" then click properties

right click on the lan connection corresponding to the ethernet card and do properties...then click on tcp/ip in the window there....then properties

now set the ip address as 192.168.0.4
set the subnet mask as 255.255.255.0
set the default gateway as 192.168.0.1
then press apply...then ok...

now go to your browser and try to get to the configuration interface again
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i duno which1?

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helllp :tazz: lol am stuck badly
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from your picture...the realtek doesn't have an ethernet cable plugged into it....now...i'm assuming that the realtek is y our NIC card...but i could be wrong...where is the ethernet cable plugged into on this pc?
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lol its pluggd into the only part it can be plugged into LOL dunno much more am a beginner :tazz:
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being a beginner is perfectly fine...i was a beginner way back when as well...and..i know this is frustrating...but...if it weren't for computers...then we'd all live to be 100 years old...but thankfully the stress they add to our lives...drops that number down conciderably...

so...in short...the reason you cannot connect to the internet with the router...is that you cannot connect to the router...you cannot connect to the router because that ethernet connection...isn't being recognized... go ahead and follow my instructions above to set the ip on the realteck lan connection....
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dun :tazz:

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you did that right...good job

can you connect to the router's webpage now?
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mike...i'm responding to your pm in here...because i'd like to keep all answers here just in case someone comes along with the same problem

what do you mean by "because your DHCP isn't enabled"?

did you get into the router?
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Nope cant connect :tazz: The ADSL link light is not showing on me router, duno if its meant to :) arrrr am annoyed
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It ses in the manual, Note: Your computer needs to be configured for DHCP... (before loggin into DG834GT)

And in IPCONFIG/ALL it ses ... Dhcp Enabled: No
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ok....what we need to do...is to get the ethernet connection to see that it's connected...

what kind of cable do you have between the computer and the router?

is it a regular ethernet cable or a crossover cable?
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right now you don't have dhcp enabled because we created a static ip (and because the connection isn't being recognized).....they say that in the manual...well...because they don't want to go through the fuss of telling you how to set a static ip....it's not a neccessity for connecting to the router...
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just a basic one as far as i know, I think the DSL cable has to be in the router for it to work? :S Am sooo confused aint gotta clue
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the router shouldn't need to be connected to the modem to be able to configure it...we will need the whole setup hooked up at some point...but now i'm just trying to get you connected to the router in such a way as to be able to configure the router...

what brand of computer is this?
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