Question about Ramp Networks WebRamp 700s Router
Hooking up a router is often more that just hooking up cables. Some internet service providers ISP's (phone/cable/internet companies) have requirements to be configured into the router to allow for communication with their networks. Unless you are sure you understand the ISP's requirements perhaps you could provide a link to the ISP's support website or his name. Confirming the manufacturer and model of the router would be good too just in case the one in the heading of this message in incorrect. If you provide the required information in a comment to this message I will attempt to provide steps to hook up your router.
Generally starting with either a cable or a phone wire out of a phone jack a connection is made to a modem (often supplied by the ISP) the modem is generally connected with an ethernet cable to the wan side of a router and the router is connected from one of 4 lan ports with an ethernet cable to a computer's network adapter. There are variations on this cabling that substitute USB cables or Wireless communications.
Posted on Dec 21, 2007
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