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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.
hmm you need a cable or dsl internet provider, a modem that works with a given provider a phone or cable line to goto the modem and an ethernet cable to goto your xbox, unless your xbox has wireles capability then you need ISP, Phone line or cable to the modem, ethernet to the wireless router, then configure the xbox to work with your wireless router
You should have an ethernet cable between your modem and your router. If it's dsl or cable, either one will have an ethernet cable (looks like an oversized phone jack with more connectors). BUT this is the important sequence to follow. Assuming that your modem is working properly already, connect the ethernet cable between the router and the modem. then turn OFF both pieces of hardware AND any wireless computers. THEN turn on your Router first and let it boot all the way. Then once the router is booted, turn on the modem and let it cycle up. Once this is done, you can turn on all the other computers etc on the system... that should get you up to working status!
You would connect from the output of the Vonage modem to the wireless router and then from the wireless router you can connect Ethernet to your desktop if you have one and then anything else can run off of the wireless.
get a wireless router / cable modem combo provided by companies such as netgear then you would connect the Vonage to the router through one of the available Ethernet ports and any other Ethernet connections to the router as well and anything else wireless would work wireless.
Your modem is capable of linking up to a router. What you do is take an ethernet cable and run it form the internet port on your modem to the internet/wan port on your router. From there you connect your pc's into the LAN ports on the router (typically labeled 1-5) if they are hardwired or you connect wirelessly with your laptop. You need to also power cycle/reset your modem when you plug your router in.
All routers will only work with ethernet. You would need to get an ethernet card installed in your computer. You can probably buy one for about 20.00 at Walmart. If you don't want to do this you can purchase a usb/ethernet adapter and still use the usb port on your computer. You can purchase one of these for around 5.00's on ebay. Just go to ebay and search for usb/ethernet adapter. Please rate if this has helped. Thanks.
YES!!!!! IT DOES NOT HAVE TO BE A SPECIFIC ETHERNET CORD TRY A REGULAR ONE OUT FIRST IF IT DOES NOT WORK IT WON'T SCREW ANYTHING UP IT WILL STILL BE WORKING JUST FINE SO JUST TRY A REGULAR ETHERNET CORD
When you get cable internet, the cable company provides you with a modem (usually). From the cable modem you can hook up the Linksys router with an ethernet cable and it will work just fine. Hook the router up to the desktop or laptop with another ethernet cable if you need to make changes to the router security or whatever. The router address is generally 192.168.1.1. YOu can type that address right into the internet address and you router page shoud show up. If you have been using the Linksys router with the phone line all you need is to connect it to the cable modem to work. An ethernet cable is like a telephone line with a fatter connecter.
Check the socket in either the router or the PC. I had the same problem, only with my modem. When I inspected the port, the pins were misaligned, causing it to drop a connection. I corrected mine with a screwdriver, which is not ideal but it works.