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The red socket on the back of the HomeHub5 is to connect the Hub to an Openreach modem and thus provide a network facility for the whole house, wireless or via ethernet cable. Since the Homehuh 5 has the modem built in anyway it seems a bit redundant unless you have an RJ45 (ethernet) plug connecting to your telephone line rather than the more usual similar but slightly smaller RJ11 plug which goes in the grey socket.
By the way I thank you for your testimonial and could find no other way to answer it than answering this former question of yours! Maybe I'll find a better way later on !
Anyway all you need to connect your Netgear is to use an ethernet cable from one of the yellow ports on the HomeHub and then configure the Netgear as necessary to act as a wireless access point, or wired router. The HomeHub5 is however quite a good wireless access point working at both 2.4Ghz and 5GHz bands to give you the best speed, as well as the network ports (yellow) on the back.
There is no extra charge for wifi if you have BT broadband.
You need to ensure that the wireless network settings on the router and on the laptop coincide otherwise you will not be able to connect.
The security settings are usually somewhere on the Home Hub, a label on the bottom, a slide-out plastic tab on the top, a card that came with the router, depending upon the model of Home Hub.
Getting these right however will not help unless the network settings are also correct. Changing these varies according to your OS, the details I give below are for Win7.
Go to Control Panel, Network and Internet, Network and sharing centre. On the right of the box is a "Change adapter settings". Go to this and it will show your networking hardware. Click on the wireless adaptor, and then the "Properties" button. Highlight the "Internet Protocol Version 4" and click on the "properties" button. Check that there are dots in the "Obtain IP address automatically" and "Obtain DNS server address automatically". If these are not click on the dot so that the little circle is filled with a dot. Back out of all the dialogue boxes by clicking on the "OK" button, close the network adapter page and try reconnecting.
If both the above have been done correctly you will now have wireless access to the HomeHub and hence the Internet. Do be aware however that distance from the HomeHub and intervening objects (esp metal ones) can have a dramatic effect on the signal strength achievable from the HomeHub, so that setting up should always be done from within 10 feet of uninterrupted space.
A bit involved but I hope this helps.
Open the Tata Photon main window ,there u will find settings or something like that ,In network selection select the manual and then select the available network and click apply . or you can give more details to get the problems solve .
most likely you have a faulty LCD screen, the only option u have is to replaced it or u can use a external LCD screen to act as screen for your laptop. you'll be needing a VGA cable to connect your laptop to any LCD screen available.
looks like your router config URL is
try digging around in there to find/change your password and to see how your wireless is configured. I can't give you more detail, I have never had any experience with HomeHubs... you may wanna read through your homeHub manual (the wireless section or whatever).
ah those British beople always have to do everyhing their own way... lol.
sorry I couldn't be more help. good luck.