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The blue ethernet cable from the modem to the internet port on the router. The other ethernet cable goes from one of the other ports on the router, to the ethernet input on your desktop tower. That should do it.
1. Physical network - Depending upon the distance between the terminal and the PC you have the choice of either wired or wireless. It is probably easiest as you have wired cards in both the PC and the terminal and the PC to buy a LAN switch, or use ports on your DSL router (I am assuming that they are also connecting out to the Internet?).
so, plug the PC and the terminal into the switch/DSL router using CAT5 Ethernet cables (straight through ones).
Assuming that you have a DSL router that is handing our DHCP addresses, ensure that both the PC and the terminal are both getting addresses via DHCP. You can easily check this by opening up a command (DOS) window and typing ipconfig. Check that you have an IP address on both boxes (typically 192.x.x.x or 10.x.x.x ranges unless default DSL router config has been changed). In the DOS window on the PC type "ping <remote address you got from terminal>" - you should get a response back if all is well.
2. Now you have connectivity between the PC and the Terminal, you need to get a remote desktop capability if I understood you correctly?
You could use either Windows remote desktop (in XP it is called something like remote assistance). I prefer VNC as it is quick, lightweight and free. You can google this and download both server and client apps.
This should get you into a situation where you can remotely control / view your PC desktop on your terminal. You can of course map drives from one to another.
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You should be able to go into Control Panel -> Network and Sharing Center and select Setup a connection or network to bring up a wizard that will guide you through the process of setting up your wireless connection.
download the manual from linksys to start with.
find out what the local ip-address is. normally it is http://192.168.1.1 Go to start/accessories/dosprompt and type: ipconfig
read the number behind: standard gateway. that is the ip address.
no need to share the connection just configure ur router, put ur broadband connection log-in information in the router so the router will act as a gateway and the router will start the dhcp server, so both of ur pc's will have ip's from the same subnet when the router connects to the internet the 2 pc's will do the same,
You router needs to be replaced,, When it gets loaded, it resets itself as it isnt capable of carrying the load.. if you look at your ip when this happens you would have realised if your ip changes.. You can try resetting the router first but if that fails you will need to replace the router..
check with download speed>and while downloading files make sure no fire wall and anti virus is on>and reboot the pc>and check if teh download speed is less then contact ur inter net service provider<>and if u r using any router in teh n/w>and login to the router inter face and disable fire wall>and alway download with the hard wired connection thx
Had the same prob configured as 192.168.0.* for my previous router.
Make sure your setup node is using a 10.0.0.* and plugged directly into one of the Zoom's ethernet ports. After this change the "install" software could detect the router and browser could connect to http://10.0.0.2 to really set up the router.
I also got hosed (couldn't establish DSL link) because I reused the old quality patch cord from the old router. Pinout standards have changed and it came right up with the cheesier Zoom-supplied cable.