what you need to do is to go to belkin website and chat with the web support and they solve your problem in 5 minutes. No much Technical knowledge is needed. OR you can follow the below steps too to get started in 2 minutes. I have done the same with me I am Ubuntu User
Please locate the reset hole on the router. The button will be on the back or side of the router. Use a paperclip (or something similar) to press and hold in the reset button for 10 to 20 seconds and then release it.
Note: The router light will begin to blink. When the router light becomes solid again, the reset is complete.
Connect your modem to the WAN port (Yellow) on your router.
Connect the computer to one of the four LAN ports on the router.
Open a web browser [Mozilla firefox] and type 192.168.2.1 in the address bar and press Enter on your keyboard.
Click on Login in the upper right-hand corner of the page. The router does not ship with an administrator password, so just click on Submit.
On left panel, click on Connection Type under Internet WAN and it will prompt for the Router password.
By default, there is no password set, so leave it blank and click on the Submit button.
Select the Connection Type as PPPoE and then click on Next.
Enter the Username and Password provided by ISP, then click on Apply Changes.
- Check the Internet Status on top right of Belkin Router Setup Page, it should say Connected.
If not, unplug the power cable of Router and Modem; leave it OFF for 30 Seconds. Connect the Power cable to Modem first and then the router.
Then please try accessing Internet wired and wirelessly through the Belkin router. Also check the light status on the router, it should be solid blue now.