How to Set Up a Router With Rogers Internet
By Chappy Sinclair
If you have a high speed connection (such as Rogers DSL), setting up a router does not take much work. Routers do not need to be installed, they simply need to be connected.
Connecting a Router
Remove your Internet cable from the back of your DSL modem. Connect it to the back of the router.
Plug an Ethernet cable from one of the available ports on your router to the Ethernet port on your computer.
Unplug your DSL modem. Unplug your router. Restart your computer.
Reconnect your DSL modem. Wait for all of the lights to stabilize. Power on your router. Power on your computer.
Load your routers administrative page. This is done by entering the address of the router into a web browser. The address usually looks like 192.168.1.1. Try that. If it does not work, consult your router's manual.
Find the "Internet Connection Type" tab. Change the setting to DHCP.
Restart your router once more. Once all of the lights have stabilized, your Internet connection should function properly.
Chappy Sinclair has been writing professionally since 2006. He has been able to share his gaming and computer-related impressions and opinions on a national scale with published submissions in "PC Gamer Magazine" and "Maximum PC." Sinclair is currently studying for an aeronautical degree in navigation and avionics at the American Academy of Aeronautics.