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I am using a macbook pro with Leopard OS. I wish to send a wireless signal around my house by connecting the 'Wireless G Router' to my Virgin Media Modem(model no.E08C007).
The software with the wireless G keeps crashing so I cant install it. When I plug in the router correctly via ethernet my macbook pro is picking up the signal but has no 'key' or internet connection.
Please advise?
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You don't actually need to use the setup disc that's provided. While connected via ethernet, open up a browser and type in either or if the first one doesn't work. Your browser should display the login information for your router. Try logging in without a password and you'll now have configuration options available. Go to the wireless settings and enable wireless if it hasn't been by default. You can poke around a bit and add a password and a wireless password if you like.

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My belkin's default address is in case Kash's doesnt work
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If you look on the underside of the router it should list the IP for the device if neither seems to work. You might have to type in a username and password so check your documents for this.
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