Question about Computers & Internet
You would have to take the ethernet cable out from the back of your computer and plug it into the router into the port that is off to one side by itself. ( away from the other four ports ) then you have to connect a ethernet cable to each of your computers from each of the ports in the back of the router.If you have windows XP or Vista then your computers should be ready to go.
Posted on Oct 06, 2008
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