Question about NetGear FS105 5x10/100 Mbps Networking Switch
I used to have a Dlink router/switch that i had disabled DHCP service on and was working fine.. a friend of mine needed a router for his network at home. I traded him my router/switch for his netgear that did not let him share internet over his Cable modem. I have it set up now but I'm not aware how to go into the switch and set it's gateway and primary settings to match the setup in my network
Does your modem have a built in router or do you have a router in your network. The switch needs no changes that's all it is a switch it will allow computers to talk and share fine, if you want to use it for internet you will need to connect it to a router first or use one of your computers as the router and let it share the connection. since you disabled DHCP on your router I am assuming you have a router. all you need is to connect the switch to the router, the connect the computers to the switch and all should work.
Posted on Dec 26, 2007
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