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


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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1. Remove the power cable from the rear of your Comcast cable modem. 2. Plug the Ethernet cable into the the "Internet" port on the modem. 3. Insert the other end of the
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If you've got your wireless router at one end of the house and you're using it on the other side of the house, you may have problems with wireless network range. Concrete, brick and
Linksys WRT54G or Linksys WRT54GS. Both are working fine with comcast.
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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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