How do you configure a wireless router to work with a Comcast cable?

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To configure a wireless router to work with Comcast cable you first need to make sure your router has an Ethernet network cable. You will need a Comcast installation kit and a D-link wireless router. The first set is setting up the Comcast cable modem. You then need to connect the router to the Comcast modem with the Ethernet cable.
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How to Hook Up a Wireless Router to Comcast Cable
A wireless router is an effective means for extending the reach of any Internet connection. Whereas a standard modem gives one computer access to the Internet, a router allows multiple computers, smartphones and other Wi-Fi devices to seamlessly access... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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