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Assuming you have internet access set up- Two ways to do it: 1- run a network cable (looks like large phone cable) directly from your modem's output to your computer's network input or: 2- run the network cable from one of the output jacks on the back of your wireless router direct to the network input on your computer. The wireless network will still work for you and anyone else connected, but your pc will be connected directly to your internet provider.
Are you looking for a speed increase or are you having network problems?
Is this a cable service?
It is possible you have a bad connection. Either inside the house or outside.
Cable.. You will have a cable modem connected to the cable.
One main thing to do is to re-trim all the ends of the cable at every connection point between the modem and the outside connection. Replace any old connectors or splitters with new ones of correct value. The idea being to remove any oxidation which will impair the signal. If none of this helps, you may need the outside wiring looked at. Your connection service should do this at no charge.
If you have not done so, power off the modem completely, including removing the battery back up.
Wait about 20 seconds. Reinstall battery and power connection. About 20 -30 seconds to reconnect.
"few hours everyday" might indicate a problem outside, (wiring or junction box) possibly warming up in sun and cooling later?
On the PC. Use the connection wizard to "connect to a network". Connect to your own network on every pc you use.
Connect Modem to WAN Port on Router Connect Computer to LAN port Checked Lights on Router if the i-Lights amber Powercycle the Whole N/w then if i-Green check Internet for Wired then Loginto Router and Do Wirelesss Settings Scan and Connect to Wireless N/w
In your case, as u r not sure what option u have played with, back up ur data and reinstal the OS can solve the problem, otherwise check into the dafalt gateway and IP addresses. If u need more help how to check the connectivity settings, contact me again
If the Modem has an ethernet port (looks like a large phone plug like the ones on the router) connect an ethernet cable from it to the "internet/wan" port on the router. If it doesn't there isn't much you can do.
are you referring to the wireless password like WEP or WPA key? if yes,you need to connect your laptop first to your router with a cable,go to 192.168.1.1, then enter,username should be blank ,password is admin, theres a setting there for wireless security