Hooking up a cable modem/router Tags: Connectivity Routers Modem Cable Wireless Networking Last response: September 9, 2012 2:49 AM in Wireless Networking Share mellofton September 8, 2012 9:14:43 PM Hello, I just bought an iPad and I need to know how to hook up my Time Warner Cable modem to my Linksys router for the wifi... please help?! More about : hooking cable modem router RealBeast September 9, 2012 2:49:10 AM If your router was already functioning, you simply need to go into the iPad wireless settings and enter the network security code to allow access. If it is a new router, the Linksys quick start manual will give you the basic settings that you need to use, and when you enter the security code write it down so you can enter it into the iPad. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Modem-router + external cable modem = no Internet Forum Set up the modem/router as a router Forum **The Ultimate Modem/Router Setup Thread** Forum When i hook up my ethernet cable to my computer i get a message displaying limit Forum How to connect ethernet cable from modem/router to belkin n600 Forum Zyxel dsl modem/router to switch network Forum Using adsl modem+router for cable broadband Forum Purchasing a Modem/Router Forum Adding a PC to my Mac DSL connection via modem/router Forum Connecting Cisco E1000 and existing wireless-N modem/router Forum Can I replace Comcast' modem/router with one on Amazon? Forum Bell cell pipe modem/router not capable of gbit lan? Forum Can i hook up a wireless router to a 2wire dsl router Forum Verizon Modem into Router Forum Wep key for intellinet router Forum [Solved] I have a verizon fios router and i dont know how to locate the wep how do i find Forum Netgear router setup troubleshooting 2009 wgr614v9 I put in my SSID and Security Forum Windows 7 Laptop, Connects to router, BUT NO internet Forum Setting Up Wireless Router + Network Switch + Wireless Print Server Forum Router password Forum More resources Read discussions in other Wireless Networking categories Configuration Security Connectivity !