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inashix

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#1 11 years ago

Hi, I'm in quite a pickle right now. I recently recieved a linksys wireless g broadband router for christmas Model No. WRT54G ver. 6, and I can't seem to get this thing to work. I am currently running Mac OS X, 10.4 and the CD only came with drivers for a PC (.exe) does anyone know where i could get drivers for my mac?




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#2 11 years ago

You don't need drivers for a router. Just plug your Mac into it via a standard RJ45 cable (If your router is anywhere near decent it should have come with one. If not you can pick them up ridiculously cheaply.) and you should be good to go. All you have left to do is to configure your Internet connection via the router control panel.




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#3 11 years ago

how can i do that???




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#4 11 years ago

Plug your router in, then connect it to your PC via an RJ45 cable and to the phone line via an RJ11 (standard phone jack) cable.

Your PC should now be able to access the CP. To do this, head to your Internet browser and enter your router's IP address. (this is usually 192.168.0.1, although it varies from router to router. Consult your manual if in doubt.)

From that point the setup should be self-explanatory, just follow the directions the control panel gives you.




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#5 11 years ago

As Rookie said, you don't need drivers for it, and the configuration section of the manual applies to Macs as well as PCs.