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I could use some help with my son in laws connection problems with the internet.

Both directly wired and the wireless network frequently have connection problems.

I have tried power off cable box and wireless unit, reattaching cables, and I replaced one of the cables.

Comcast is the provider.

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Setting Up WEP Security on a D-Link Wireless Router
By Erin McManaway, eHow Contributor
Setting Up WEP Security on a D-Link Wireless Router
You can use a D-Link wireless router to set up a network that will allow other wireless devices or computers to share the Internet connection within a specific location. WEP is a basic form of security that helps to prevent outside users from connecting to your network without entering a security passcode. In order to set up your WEP security, you must log in to your router’s dashboard and configure your security settings.
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Open an Internet browser on a computer that is connected to your router.
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Type “http://192.168.0.1” into the browser’s address bar and press the “Enter” key on your keyboard. A login prompt should appear.
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Enter “Admin” as the username, leave the password blank and press the “OK” button. This is the default administrator username used to log into a D-Link router. If you have changed the administrator login, use the administrator account that you have created instead.
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Navigate to the “Setup” tab from the top menu.
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Choose “Wireless Settings” from the menu on the left. You should now see the wireless configuration for your D-Link router.
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Choose “Enable WEP Wireless Security” from the drop-down menu under the “Wireless Security Mode” header. More wireless security options will appear below.
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Type in a passcode next to “WEP Key 1” on the configuration screen. This must be a 10-digit code using only letters and numbers.
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Write this code down. This will be the password other wireless devices use to log in to your router.
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Click the “Save Settings” button at the top of the configuration screen to enable your WEP security.

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I appreciate your help.

It is setup like your picture.

I could not get internet when plugging directly from Comcast modem to the computer.

Is that normal ?

Regarding the wireless part of it, of the available wireless networks, which should be set to automatically connect ?

There are 3 currently set up to automatically connect.

Pinging the router said that everything was connected.

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I could not get internet when plugging directly from Comcast modem to the computer.
Is that normal ?

no.
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Regarding the wireless part of it, of the available wireless networks, which should be set to automatically connect ?

normally,it should be set to automatically connect.
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Pinging the router said that everything was connected.

where was you pinging from the router to?
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