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Re: Cant connect cable modem
If you have phone (DSL_ the phone must be connected to the modem of DSL, then connect the ethernet cable from the modem to the wireless router or router (use the jack WAN) and then from the modem (connect the cable into port # 1) goes to your PC into your ethernet card.
You have to access to your router and set your network (you have to put the data of your internet connection gave to you by your internet provider (usually is your email address and your pass)
Setting wireless network on Win XP Click your Start Button Select and click Control Panel Select Network Connections Select Wireless Network Connections Right click Select View Available Wireless Networks 5. Highlight the network you want to connect to Click Advanced 6. Select the wireless network tab 7. Highlight the network in the available networks window 9. Click configure 9. IN the Properties Window Double check the SSID (network name) Enter the WEP KEY provided to you by the office Click OK
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Unlike notebook computers, most desktops don't come with wireless networking built in. I can't find any mention on Dell's site that the Vostro 200 has wireless capability, so this computer doesn't have a wireless switch. To use your desktop computer on a wireless network, you'll need to install a wireless adapter. USB adapters are very easy to use since you just have to plug them in. They're not expensive and you can easily find them at retail stores and online.
The SB4100 is a digital modem that uses cable TV network to provide broadband Internet access, it can't work with an analog telephone line, for this type of Internet access (also called switched Internet connection), you need an analog internal or external 56K modem, and also you'll need a user name and password (an account) from the Internet provider service (ISP) ; for a temporary Internet connection maybe a prepaid cellular modem (GPRS, EDGE, 3G or 4G) USB type could help you better.
Here is what you need to do. 1. Prepare the modem provided to you by your internet service provider. If you are wired broadband subsidiary......connect the phone line to the modem (if a splitter is attached make sure that modem labeled out is connected to the modem line input). 2. Now connect modem and d-link. Using a lan cable from the modem connect it to wan port of the d-link. 3. Connect the two pc's using another lan cable from the lan card at the back of your pc to the lan ports of the d-link. That's the setup.
Try to turn all devices and the pcs and see if that connects.
If you are planning on accessing the ip configuration of the dlink, type in the address bar of your internet browser 192.168.0.1... default username is "user" leave password blank.
Should you have anymore queries, just post back. Thanks Mace
# We are connect two computers together to share Internet, printer, scanner, files, and even programs
We can do it through either way:
1- Use A Crossover Cable And Two Network Cards.Two network cards are installed in two computers.Then use crossover cable to connect them.
2- Use a Phone Line and Two Special Adapters Sold as "Phone line network Kit". Two adapters are installed in two computers. Then use existing Phone line to connect them.
Connecting Two Computers Wirelessly:
1- Wi-Fi 2- Bluetooth 3- Infrared
Several types of fixtures exist for home networking:
1- Hubs 2- Switches 3- Routers
2- Computer with the internet
Before you can connect to the Internet and access the World Wide Web, you need to have certain equipment. In brief, you must have:
-A computer (preferably running an up-to-date operating system); - -A modem and access to a telephone line or a local area network (LAN) that is in turn connected to the Internet; and connection software that will allow you to establish an account with a service provider and access the Internet
Modem: This converts your digital computer information into analogue telephone signals. Phone Line: his may be your biggest expense after the equipment.
Internet Service Provider (ISP): ISP has a permanent connection to the Internet.
ADSL: a newly standardized transmission technology facilitating simultaneous use of normal telephone services, data transmission of 6 Mbit/s in the downstream and Basic-rate Access (BRA).
ADSL facilitates the simultaneous use of normal telephone services, ISDN, and high speed data transmission.
Another advantage of having an ADSL line is not missing calls while you're online, as both voice and data can be transferred at the same time.
it will as long as the modem/router is connected to a phone line, instead of the pc, the only cable connected to the pc should be a ethernet cable; or you have the pc networking set that it connects via another pc instead of through a gateway, re run the wireless network wizard.
Yea this type of happen with most of DSL users! This is due to weak signal telephone line. You should only have 1 phone and 1 internet connection. You should remove all other telephones in the home. Then it will work fine. If you only have 1 phone then you must call the phone service person who will check that status of your wire. Might be your wire is old so it creates a problem. Then replace it the you'r done.
This is what I would do I would connect the wireless to the internet direct and allow all PC with wireless capabilities to access the net through that wireless irrespective to where I place the wireless router. Alternative I would link the cable on on the second floor the one you use for the PC to access the net to access the the wireless it should automatic allocate IP addresses as each machine accesses the network. The speed of that wirless is decreased as each wireless PC comes on line.