Question about Belkin Computers & Internet
Not sure of the process !!!
This is something that somewhat simple depending on the other computers OS. If it's XP or above, all you have to do is plug a ethernet cable from the back of the computer and the other side goes to the back of your router. When you plug it in, XP will automatically recongize the port and open a connection to the internet for you. If your router is set to the manufacture's default settings, that would indicate that it's set up as the DHGP server, and will automatically allow XP to get an IP number from it. That's it. Don't go into the XP local area connections and start messing around, that's sure fire way to loss the connection that is always automatic.
Posted on Feb 23, 2009
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