The router is connected to a modem which has an ADSL connection (that works fine!)
When connecteing to the wireless router, everything seems OK. Connecting with a cable it seems as if I am connected and when connecting 'wireless' it does connect, and says the connection is 'excellent'.
Still, with or without wire, nothing happens in my internett browser (be it firefox or explorer)
I see that the Shiro DSL805E is actually a modem router, the manual states that if you want to connect it to another router you have to set up a bridge connection, see page 15 of the manual, I have copied and pasted the steps to be taken below:
Bridge Connection This device is preconfigured to function as a bridge connector between the Internet service and the local network.
In this setup, the router acts as a dialer for a broadband router to connect to the Internet.
To setup a bridge connection:
1. Plug one end of the telephone cable from the POTS Splitter’s ADSL port and then plug the other end into the router’s DSL port.
2. Plug one end of the Ethernet cable from the router’s ETHERNET port and then plug the other end into a broadband router’s WAN port.
3. Connect the computer into an available LAN Ethernet port in the broadband router. In this setup, the router merely acts as a dialer for the broadband router. Broadband routers, by itself, do not have the capability to connect to an ADSL service because it does not have a DSL port. To connect to the Internet, use the connection settings of the broadband router.
Pay attention to that last line, also see page 34 of the manual for how to set up as a bridge connection, in case you may have changed it.
If you have lost the manual it can be downloaded from click here