Question about Belkin (F5D5230-4) Router
Posted by Anonymous on
The port on the router does not matter but you should set it up for the first time with the computer that was using the cable or DSL modem before you purchased the router. This will help in case you need to do any MAC address cloning.
Posted on Feb 16, 2006
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NOTE: It is
advisable to connect the computer to one of the Ethernet (1, 2, 3 or 4)
ports when setting up the router for the first time. If you have
successfully configured the router using a wireless computer, unplug the
Ethernet cable which connects the computer to the router for you to
have wireless Internet connection. For instructions on how to connect
the wireless computer to go online using the Linksys router, click here.
Make sure the power adapter is plugged in to an available power outlet.
Check if the corresponding LEDs on the router are lit. For instructions, click here.
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