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Dear all can I connect a hd dvr to my gate 2 wire wireless modem and get so access over the network to the hd dvr?

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I connect my HDD to my computer then I allow other computers to authenticate with my computer in the network. So they can access the drive when they want to.

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1 Shut off computers, routers, everything.
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You can do it, but I don't think you'll like it. You need the 175 modem and Vz caps the service. The key is a new Netgear product http://www.google.com/products?q=netgear+mbr624gu-100nas&rls=com.microsoft:*&oe=UTF-8&um=1&ie=UTF-8&ei=FC5RSsT1JJqltgeo-vTWAQ&sa=X&oi=product_result_group&ct=title&resnum=4

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There are also wired ethernet extenders that use house wiring like the Netgear XE-102, about $80, that look like two wall transformers with ethernet jacks. You plug one into the router/switch and the other into the DVR.

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1. Make sure to properly connec the devices in your network. Modem will be connected to the Internet port of the router. Then, laptop will be connected to one of the 4 Ethernet ports of the router. For initial setup of your router with modem, you need to hardwire laptop to the router.
2. Press and hold reset at the back of the router for about 15 seconds.
3. After 15 seconds turn off the router and then turn off the modem. Wait for a minute.
4. Power on modem and wait for the lights to be ready.
5. When modem lights are on, turn on router.
6. There should be 4 lights on. Power should be steady green. Internet, WLAN and Ethernet port.
7. Checked if you have Internet connectivity on your laptop while it is wired to the router.
8. If Internet is working, disconnect laptop from wired connection to the router and check available wireless network that laptop can detect.
9. The default wireless network name that the Linksys router broadcasts is "linksys". Connect to it which is an unsecured wireless network.
10. Once you are successfully connected, check Internet.

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