Question about Computers & Internet
At the back of the wireless router, you will find four or more ports. One of these ports is labeled "Internet", while the others are 1, 2, 3....
Now, connect the main internet cable to the "internet" as it will be the one to feed others.
Any other computer you want to connect with cable can be connected to any of the remaining ports as the main internet cable will feed the others.
Then for the system with wireless, you do not need any wire. Just put on the wireless on the system, go to network search and allow the system search for your wireless router, once it finds it, click on it and allow the system pair with the router.
This is all that need to be done.
Posted on Feb 03, 2010
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