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Wall Plate teminals have the colors of Green, Red, Black, Yellow, White, Blue, Brown and Tan. Cable has the Colors White/Blue, Blue/White, White/Orange, Orange/White, White/Green, Green/White,...


see the table on this link:

http://www.server-servers.com/ge-cat5-network-wall-plate-straight-through-cable-setup/

GE Network Wall Plate Cat5 Ethernet Cable 1 Blue 2 Orange 3 Black 4 Red 5 Green 6 Yellow 7 Brown 8 White White / Orange Orange White / Green Blue White / Blue Green White / Brown Brown
GE Network Wall Plate Cat5 Ethernet Cable 1 Blue 2 Orange 3 Black 4 Red 5 Green 6 Yellow 7 Brown 8 White White / Orange Orange White / Green Blue White / Blue Green White / Brown Brown

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Thanks, Joe

Apr 15, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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I need connect a wirelees router a this modem,u help me plzzz


most wireless routers are setup for cable modems out of the box all you need to do is run an Ethernet cable from your modem to your wireless router. you can then access your wireless router by the ip address and a pc hooked you directly to the router.

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Need to connect modem to two computers so one computer can access work vpn.


Depending on how you set up the first computer, you can have one computer connected by USB and another by ethernet (straight-through cable). If you want both computers connected by ethernet, you need a crossover ethernet cable between the Modem and a router or switch (hub). You will need a straight through ethernet cables from the router to each computer.

Then set up each computer as appropriate for the type of connection (including installing drivers for the USB as needed). For more details see: http://broadband.motorola.com/consumers/products/SB4220/downloads/SB4220_userguide.pdf .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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Want to connect aDI-604UP wired router to a DIR-615 wireless router to use as a printer port wirelessly


Hello Richard.

For this, you have two types of connection
1. LAN_LAN (ethernet to ethernet) -->wireless router is acting as a switch
2. LAN_WAN (ethernet to internet)-->wireless router is acting as a wireless router

in this case, you need the LAN_LAN connection

Physical connection:
plug an ethernet cable from the ethernet port on the wired router and connect the other end of that cabl to the ethernet port on the wireless router

Configuration:
log-on to the setup page of the wireless router, do this while the wired router is turned off.
-open your internet browser, type 192.168.0.1 on the address bar. Then type the username & password for the router ( default admin as the username, password : ).
Under the setup tab, click manual configuration. Then click network settings, change the router ip address to 192.168.0.5 & disable the DHCP server. save the settings. Just personalize the wireless network.

Hope this helps.

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Connect ethernet without a network card


Actually what you need is a USB ethernet adapter. Then you connect a standard ethernet cable to the USB dongle and to the router or DSL or cable modem. Tigerdirect.com has both 10/100 and gigabit ethernet devices of this type. Since USB 2.0 is limited to 480Mbs, stick with the 10/100 type. Other stores will also have these devices; just read the specs to check that Win2K is supported.

http://www.tigerdirect.com/applications/category/category_slc.asp?CatId=589&name=10-100%20Ethernet%20USB

The Belkin in that list has Win2K support in the specs. In some cases, these work better when directly plugged into the computer, not a hub.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

Apr 15, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Please clarify what you mean by ''Connect with an ethernet cable''


Ethernet cable means CAT5 or UTP for others or LAN cable. The connection should be LAN port of your computer to LAN1 of your router.

And you can connect also the internet cable usually ethernet cable from your internet provider directly to (ethernet cable)WAN port of your router to get signal from your internet provider.

Also if you get this message, this could also means you still don't set up or configure the router's settings to communicate when your LAN and router. They must see each other to access the router's utility webpage.

Regards

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I need a owners manual.


CALL GE AND REQUEST A OWNERS MAUAL. GIVE THEM YOUR WASHER MODEL NUMBER AND TYPE OF WASHER IT IS. GOOD LUCK.
RODNEY

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Ps3 wireless


It depends... If you use a router for the Internet then you don't need any cable, just turn on the router and then go to the PS3 and configure the PS3 to work with the router. If you have wired internet, then you will need an Ethernet cable, but since the PS3 comes with an Ethernet cable, you don't need to buy one. With the Ethernet cable, you have 2 options. If your modem has an Ethernet port, then just connect the PS3 to the modem directly. If the modem doesn't have an Ethernet port or direct connection won't work, then you can use Internet Connection Sharing to connect your PS3 to the Internet.

Jun 29, 2007 | Sony Playstation 3 (PS3) Console

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