Question about Linksys Wireless-G Broadband Router
I recently bought a Nultra range plus Router,but i cannot fit the blue wire into the modem.i have dell desktop comp. blue wire male piece is to big. any suggestion.. store i bought from says i'll need to buy hardware for desktop to fit piece in... thks bill
I assume that you are trying to plug the cat 5 cable into the pc and thats where you say its to big. The port your'e trying to plug it into is likely the modem but its not the modem that you want to connect it to. You want to plug it into the network jack on the pc. The modem connection is smaller than the network connection. Most newer pc's come with it already installed, but if you have an older pc that doesnt have a network card then you will need to add one. Take a good look and see if there is another jack that it will fit into.
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possible issue with freequent connection loss when going over 2 comp on a network are possible issues of collisions on the network meaning that sometimes more often then not, it is possible for two comp to end up recieving same ip address fr modem.
solution: first find out ip range supplied by the router in modem. then statically assign ip address to each comp
this is done by going into tcp/ip properties of either nic or wireless card and set to use following ex
NOTE: IP RANGE USUALLY LAST SET OF NUMBERS IN IP ADDRESSING TIPPICAL RANGE IS BETWEEN 10 TO 99
ip address: 192.168.2.12 (static ip address for computer)
subnetmask: 255.255.255.254 (generic subnetmask)
default gateway: 192.168.2.1 (ip address of router)
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