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Apparently my network cable is broken or not pluged in properly what is this network cable and how do i fix this problem


The LAN cable is a CAT5 network cable.
For further details check out this WEB site.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category_5_cable

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Anyone know the proper order for the 8 wires in a hitachi network cable to match a raymarine network plug?


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Router is not reading cable.


I'm assuming that you have it either connected to a computer and the wall properly. You may have to have some sort of machine working and connected to the router in order for it to acknowledge the cable. Make sure that everything is properly plugged in. Try and turning off your router for one minute and then give it another go. Try troubleshooting by unplugging and reconnecting wires to the router. Are you using a Cable or DSL Internet Service Provider?

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My laptop will not recognize the router and will not work wirelessly. Also, the connector where I would plug in the cat 5 cable to work as wired is broken, so I NEED it to work wirelessly, How do I do...


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troubleshooting a network is a multiple step process.
1. Establish that your modem is working properly, and plugged in. As per the diagram shown here:
  • Your "Cable link" light should be on (signifying that the outside cable is properly connected to the router)
  • Your "Internet" light should be on (signifying you have an established Internet connection)
  • And, most importantly, your "PC Link" light should be on (showing that at least as far as the modem is concerned, it is detecting that the computer is plugged in to it.
2. double check to make sure that the network cables are seated properly, and plugged in all the way. the PC link light should give you an indication for modem-side- the LED light around the network cable jack on the laptop should give you an indication PC-side.
3. check on your laptop for any security software that may restrict new networks from being detected and disable them to test. For example, Symantec or Mcaffee Firewall can sometimes block a "new" network from being detected.
4. Completely shut down the laptop and unplug the power cord from the modem. Plug the modem back in. Wait around 3 minutes for the modem to initialize and do it's thing- then turn on your laptop and see if this resolved your issue.
If this doesn't work, you may want to try other things, such as resetting your network, and removing/re-installing your network adapter drivers.

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Modem are not connect in reliance netconnect


if you can, remove and reinstall the modem and/or the program.

look at the cable fittings and see if something is broken or bent.

try your local geek network online.

go to your usb port settings and see if it is reading the proper link to your modem and see if your modem is recognized.

may be the network settings you have. in conflict with your modem and network router.

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