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Hi Heather,

First off don't plug anything into the plug that says Console. Next you have 5 X ports X0- X5 If your just connecting a desktop computer you should plug the ethernet cable from your desktop to the X3 jack, and so one if you are connecting directly to the Router. If you are going to use wireless connection then you don't need to plug anything into the back of the Sonicwall 205, you'll need to log into the router and assign a password so you can log on from your remote device.

That's it.

Good Luck,

Mark

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