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1841 series router

Can u please explain me, how to connect router to a machine and what cables to be connect

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HI Naval,
thanks a lot for ur reply .... i have conneted the same and its working and my network got up 

Posted on Sep 15, 2008

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1. if router is configured connect it straight through
2. if router is not configured if u want to configure through console use blue color cable connect to router came with router
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if u want to more about configuration or anything about this 1841 i can help
u in configuring it
send mail : navalgund@vaysinfotech.com

Posted on Feb 23, 2008

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