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Netgear RT311

1) Shut your computer down
2) Plug your Ethernet cable from your modem into the "Internet" port on the RT311
3) Using a "Cross-over" Ethernet cable plug that into your Server's Ethernet card and into the "Local" Ethernet port on the RT311
4) Make sure your modem and RT311 are plugged in and powered on
5) Boot up your computer
6) Make sure that your Ethernet card is using DHCP
7) Launch your web browser
8) In the navigation bar type: http://192.168.0.1 then hit "Enter" on your keyboard
9) Enter "admin" as the "User Name" and "1234" as "Password" then click "OK"
10) Click "Wizard Setup"
11) In "Host Name" enter your user-id - as supplied by your ISP (for your user name make sure you include your ISP's domain as part of it. I.E.: for Verizon it would be userid@verizon.net)
12) In the "Encapsulation" drop down menu choose "PPP over Ethernet"
13) Fill in "User Name" - your user-id as provided by your ISP
14) Fill in "Password" - as provided by your ISP
15) Click on "Next"
16) Click "Finish"
17) Reboot your computer
18) Surf Away!

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