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So I just dropped a few bucks for a DLink DIR-615 Wireless N so me and my roommate could get some proper use out of our iPods and cut down on ethernet cords in use, setup went well, but since my roommate's PC is in the other side of apt we had a setup of Modem>Router>Router>PC with ethernet cord running through a pre-drilled hole between the walls. When I connected the old router to the new one my roommate's pc is now not getting internet access.
Local Area Connection says "connected, firewalled" and the ip address indicates it's connected to the wired router.
Checked the UI for the DIR-615, it shows it's connected to the DI-604 in the list of connected devices.
Thought it might require the software install on his pc as well, but it fails around when it tries to detect the DIR-615.