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I can't use my router to connect to my modem and go online. How do I set it up?

When I lived in my parent's house, I had my network setup as displayed, and the router worked fine:
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Now, this is my current situation. It doesn't work for some reason, over wifi. Wired, of course, works.
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Ideas?
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Usually the ISP will only give you 1 -2 MAC Addresses so if you connect the modem by itself to the modem and then everything after the modem does it work?
 
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Usually the ISP will only give you 1 -2 MAC Addresses so if you connect the modem by itself to the modem and then everything after the modem does it work?

If I go direct to the modem, it works. Without the switch and with the router, it doesn't work. With the router, it doesn't work.
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Bump. This can't be that hard, can it?
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Seems the solution is simpler than I thought.

TO ALL FUTURE THREAD READERS!

1. Reset router to default settings
2. Clone MAC Address
3. Turn off PC
4. Unplug Modem and Router
5. Plug in Modem, wait for it to finish loading
6. Plug in Router, wait for it to finish loading
7. Turn on PC.

Problem solved.

EDIT: Can't rep myself......
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