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alright guys- i tried to powercycle everything, and it worked- but only for a split second.

the way it was working is that before the powercycle, the wired connection (desktop) was able to open and view the web

after the first powercycle, the wireLESS connection was able to access the web, but the wired was unable to.....

this repeated about 10 times, switching back and forth from the wired to the wireless with each time i powercycle....

it feels like my computer and my router are fighting for control of the connection. my modem is connected to my router, which has an OUT slot going to my computer. is there a way for me to make it so that both the computer and the router have equal and simultaneous access? ive tried cloning my PCs MAC address, setting my router to run on the same IP and Subnet mask, everything. any ideas?

let the brainstorming begin
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UPDATE: called Linksys and Comcast, neither have been able to fix my problem. thinking about taking the router back, trying to find something that is a little more compatible with my modem.

ACK.

hey sideburns, when you hooked up the router you speak of, was it to a comcast modem or something else???
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What kind of comcast modem do you have? Don't tell me its the surfboard one.
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yes, lol, its the surfboard one. is that a problem?
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