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CAN ONE CONNECT A SCANNER 2 A LOCAL AREA NETWORK?

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You need to get a server that supports scanning and plug the usb cable into that.
Follow directions and you should do well.
If you want to scan from a satellite PC you need a server that supports ad-hock .

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What does the LAN do on the modem


There are two halves to a router. The internet (WAN) side a local network (LAN) side.

The term WAN means Wide Area Network and generally refers to the internet.

The term LAN means Local Area Network. That would be for the computers that are in your office or home.

The LAN connects your computer to your printers or to other computers.

I hope that answers your question!

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How can I connect my notebook to another pc without installing LAN??


A Local Area Connection, or LAN, is generally a small home or office network used to link all the devices in the area. With the advent of wireless technologies, LAN networks are no longer limited to the amount of cords you own. Laptops can connect to wireless LAN easily with their built in wireless adapters. Connecting two laptops together over wireless LAN is also easy, but requires a few special steps to give the laptops access to each other.

1Connect both laptops to the wireless network you wish to use. Once connected, click the "Start" button and navigate to the "Network" menu.

2.Click the "Network and Sharing Center" link. Press the "View Computers and Devices" button. A list of devices currently on the network is displayed.

3.Check the list for the names of both laptops. If both laptops are displayed in the list of devices connected to the network, the devices are connected wirelessly to a LAN network.

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What are the 2 types of connections to a router interface?


Hi there and welcome to FixYa!

To keep it simple, these are the most common 2.

LAN interfaces (local area network)

LAN in the home or office allow computers to share files, resources, and Internet connection.


WAN interfaces (wide area network)
WAN can be used for a campus or a city, such as in a citywide wireless or WiFi network.

Your routers job is choosing the best path to receive information and ship it so it can be sent out. It will basically 'forward' the information it receives to between computer networks.


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Nov 16, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Whenever I am connecting my broadband connection to my laptop no Lan is being detected.


Hello izkho,

Your Local Area Connection network adapter may be turned off or disabled in your Network Connections.

For more assistance, please post more information and specification of your system. (operating system, computer model, connecting media, amount of network cards, etc.)

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PS Did you mean to post this under barcode scanners?

Aug 19, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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Cant connect to lan modem


1. check first your lan connections,
click start, go to control panel, click network connections din check your local area connection.
2. right click the local area connection, then try to disable and enable it.
3. if not been solved,

try to look the driver of your ethernet drivers

look at and search your motherboard's brand and model then search it and download for your drivers for your network adapter.

or you may try this,

1. right click my computer
2. click properties
3. clcik hardware tab
4. click device manager,
5. click network adapter
6. right click the name of your network adapter then, click update

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Can I share my Scanner on a Local Area Network?


Yes, one can indeed share a scanner on a Local Area Network. There are, in fact, three different ways to go about sharing the given scanner with a LAN. These include sharing your scanner over the LAN by making use of software such as FlexiHub, which is an application that serves the purpose of accessing and sharing a remote USB device, or several devices, over an IP.
This is the most common and effective method as it allows for the support of either Linux, Windows or Mac's. It's also quite easy to use and doesn't include any advanced settings. Finally, it also assists with the sharing of USBs and a serial device such as Bluetooth devices, printers, keyboards and fax machines.
The other two methods, which are considerably less common to use are the integration of traditional scanner sharing software which assists with accessing your USB devices when directly connected to your operating machine of choice, much like FlexiHub, as well as Windows functionality. Windows functionality allows for the sharing of a scanner to other computers by only making use of the Windows operating system.
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Its a geforce6100sm-m reformatted and now its telling me info Network connection: Name=Local Area Connection 2, Device=USB Cable Modem 351000, MediaType=LAN, SubMediaType=LAN info Network connection:...


The computer has an ethernet adapter builtin, in the control panel disable the ethernet connection Device=NVIDIA nForce 10/100 Mbps Ethernet and then make sure the drivers for the usb cable modem are installed.

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Network Connections missing icon. Plus others problems.


XP tags "Local Area Connection #" with your Network Adapter. If you have a built-in LAN, it will take Local Area Conn 1" and when you disabled it and plugged in a new network adapter, it will be named Local Area Conn 2 and so on in that pattern. Your Local Area Connection will only be back when you plug the original Network adapter that XP tagged as Local Area Connection. It is not "variable" where you can choose how to name it.

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Create a local area network


you can get a HP x175 printserver. (not expensive.) and connected it between the printer and the router. that way you don't have to have the desktop on all the time.

Dec 02, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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Lan network


It only means that it's the no. of times you installed your adapter for LAN or that is the total no. of LAN adapters insatalled on your computer.

May 11, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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