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1st you need a 4 port router or a modem/router combo 1 that has more than 1 port.
2nd you need to have enough CAT5 cable to get it to 1 of the empty ports on the router.
So basically the way you would hook it up if you are going to use 2 individual components is:
1. Unplug the CAT5 and power supply from your modem the one that goes to your puter.
2. Put the new router under or the side or underneath the modem.
3. The Ethernet cable that comes out of the modem plugs into the corresponding port on the router that doesn't have a number.
4. Now depending on how many ports you have I always put my puter in port 1 and then anything else goes in the other ports, you don't have to do it numerically.
simply unplug the router and the modem from their power source
plug the power cable into the modem
wait for the lights to stop coming on, until you see solid power and internet connectivity LED and an intermittently blinking activity light.
now plug the power to the router and allow it to boot all the way up as well.
no your internet should be workin. (the ethernet cable should go from the LAN port on the modem to the Internet port on the rear of the router, and any desktops should be connected beginning with the LAN 1 port and advancing as required)
Wi if is the slowest form of connection and is shared with other devices. If you want good bandwidth you need to connect via ethernet cable directly to the router.
Examlpe... wi if 4 meg shared, Ethernet 100 meg..
good luck !
I hope it will work for you,please follow the steps:
1) Give the router power,then with a pen press the reset button for 10 secs,after that unplug the power cable from the router for 10 secs and wait
2) After 10 secs plug the power cable back,and press the reset button for another 10 secs,after that unplug the power cable again for 10 secs. and wait.
3) After 10secs plug the power cable back and press the reset button for 10 secs, after that unplug the power cable again for 10 secs and wait.
It will bring the router back to default settings.
now if your ethernet ports have limited connectivity,please follow the steps:
If you have windows XP try this
1) connect the computer with a wire to the router
2) click start menu>contrlo panel>to your left you will see switch to classic view,click that
3) Double click and open the icon named network connection
4) right click the icon named local area network connection,click properties
5) Now click the tab named "configure" under the general tab
6) Click the tab named "Advanced"
7) Under that tab you will see something named "Property"
8) Inside that white box you will see either "Speed/Duplex" or "Link Speed/Duplex", select that
9) To your right just beside property you will see 10 mbps half duplex,select that and click OK
10)Click Ok if you find any or click Close,whicever is there.
Restart the computer and enjoy working without any limited connectivity.
There is not a limit to the amount of devices that can hook "wirelessly" to your router, but your bandwith is limited. Internet bases phone services will eat up a large majority of your available bandwith. try limiting the bandwith of your phone service or disconnect it all together and see if you can then connect.
pls rate as "very helpful" if this assists you in your problem. ^_^
Well, it's very possible if you are using a wireless router that your connection may not be strong enough. XBOX Live and most online gaming requires a steady. strong, high bandwith connection. A weak singnal, OR someone else using up the bandwith (i.e. someone downloading music on another computer connected to your router) can cause the problem.
If you're using a wireless connection, try moving the router and wireless game adapter closer to each other.
If you're using a hardwire connection from one of the routers outgong ports then make sure other's aren't on the internet (Or at least aren't using alot of bandwith) while XBOX Live is being used.
Please remember also that if you have a wireless network and you haven't implimented wireless secruity (i.e. WEP or WPA encryption) then your network is "Open" and anyone within range can connect and use up your bandwith,
Well, any type of streaming video will need a good amount of bandwith to transfer without interuption. If you were, for instance, plugged directly into a cable or DSL modem and it worked fine, and now youve set up a wireless router and moved your computer across the house... it's possibl;e your computer is not getting a good connection. If multiple computers share the same connection through this router then they are all sharing the limited bandwith you get from your ISP. Try (if possible) moving the router (and or cable/dsl modem) closer to your PC and make sure other aren't online when you are.