There is no need for drivers to connect to a router. The router works the same regardless of what is connecting to it. If you can get on the net with it from a windows PC, then you can with a Linux PC.
I'm guessing your router is set up to automatically assign IP address information to the clients connecting to it (This is default for most). That should be easy to connect with most every distribution out there. You'll simply need to enable DHCP when you reach the network configuration step when installing/setting up your linux box. The specifics of this will vary between distributions, so look at the documentation (or the forums
), and you shouldn't have any problems. As always if you do run into trouble, just ask, there's plenty of people who are happy to help.