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I am getting 20/5 up for speed ,I did hook up the Airport to the Actiontec but can't get to the net,maybe I need to programmed the Actiontec to detec the airport's mac address? I am trying to do this with minimal interruptions (family gets upset when the net goes down,lol)

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Make sure the cable is going between one of the network ports (not the Internet port) on the Actiontec to the Internet port on the Airport Express. If that's not the problem, you may need to just bite the bullet and tell Verizon that you want to use your own wireless router and that you need just a modem and not a combined router/modem.

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I am getting 20/5 up for speed ,I did hook up the Airport to the Actiontec but can't get to the net,maybe I need to programmed the Actiontec to detec the airport's mac address? I am trying to do this with minimal interruptions (family gets upset when the net goes down,lol)

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See if you can disable DHCP on the Airport and not have it not act as a gateway

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