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Setup a Cisco 3700 Router

Hello, I have a DSL line into my building at work. Currently the DSL connection is being pushed throughout the building and to other buildings via a small Linksys router that isn't meant to handle as many connections as it currently does and therefore I am constantly receiving calls to reset it. I have mounted a Cisco 3700 router into the rack and would like to wipe the configuration clean and start anew. I have configured switches in the past and with just a bit of guidance I could get this router up and running. Can anyone tell me the steps, in order, I should follow to wipe the router, configure it, and get it up and running?
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Can you do a show version to see if the ios supports adsl.
The wic1-adsl does not support adsl2/2+.
There is software called cisco sdm which can configure your router from a web based gui, not as good as CLI but still can be helpful.
As above need vci/vpi, ip address static/dynamic, information to set up the router.

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Sorry to all for the extreme lag in response time. I have been out of the loop latelty on Experts and when I logged in tonight I noticed that I had forgotten to update this. As it happens, I came in to work the day after I asked this questions and one of our network techs had come over and configured the router. Funny enough, the router still isn't forwarding traffic and there seems to be a problem with the hardware itself (according to the tech). I have requested that once we get a new router in there or fix the old one that the tech walk me through the steps of configuring the router. I appreciate all of your assistance and comments!
Although the experts definitely started me in the right direction, more information was required of me so that they could completely understand the problem. As stated in my response to them, the router had deeper issues and we had to find a different work around.