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Agreed, I don't think you can connect to both the USB and RJ45 at the same time and use them both. Try just the router to the RJ45. Were you using Cable or DSL at the old place? Make sure the Linksys router is set up to use the cable modem and not DSL. Also with some cable they read the Machine address of the first computer that you use to set it up and will not work with anything else. What I have had to do in cases like that is clone the Mac Address of the computer it was plugged into, then enter it into the router. There should be a place in the Linksys web setup for the cloned Machine address.

Try the first suggestion and see if that works.
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