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Can you serial routers together?

Hook one router up and use one of its 4 lines to hook up another router

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Yes, make sure one route is connected to the other routers uplink port.

Posted on Apr 26, 2010

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I have a new Kindle Fire. How do I connect modem to router to desktop


There should be a quick connect chart that came with your router!
However a router normally has 5 ports, 4 together and one separate from the other 4 and sometimes has a different color.
Unplug power from your modem, then plug the port on the modem to the one by itself on the router.
The 4 ports that are together are where you plug in up to 4 devices "Computers, Printers, Network Drives"
Now plug the power back into your modem and wait until the modem syncs back up to your provider.

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Can I use more than one modem on my phone line to support multiple computers? Also, where can I obtain a list of modems compatible with a Netopia 2249n? Thanks


Hello

The short answer is no you really cant use multiple modems. The internet should come in to your home via the modem, then go in to a ROUTER. Many times the router will have 3 to 5 ports on the back to hook your other computers too. This means running cables. Another way is to use WIRELESS cards that you can find on the net or from best buy.

If your router does not have any extra ports you need to buy something called and ethernet switch. Again they come in 4 and 8 port models up to LOTS AND LOTS Of ports for big companies. You hook the switch in to the router, then hook the computers in to the switch.

I hope this helps you

Nov 27, 2010 | Arris Netopia 2240N-VGx Router

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How to hook it up to computer


alright man routers are easy look you need to have a MODEM!! INternet MODEM.. that has a LAN LINE or cord

1. connect your modem LAN line to the router, the router MUST have a HUB where you can plug it in the router hub it should say LAN connect it there!!
2. connect the ethernet cable that came with your router ,connect the ethernet cable to the router on the hub that says 1 connect it and the other side connect it to your computer!!.
3. now insert your disc that came with your router!
adjust your router settings!! allow wi-fi if available and put your password!!

4. your router is set!!
thank you i hope this helped you!! leave a testimonial!!

Aug 02, 2010 | NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router

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There's no place on modem to hook router


Look for Ethernet jacks. You want to hook both your computer and your daughter's laptop to the router to out ports i.e. usually on the front side. The back side of router would hook using probably another Ethernet jack to your modem.

Jul 02, 2010 | Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)

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OK to mix and match? Have Linksys router and a Belkin wireless G mimo ... Not sure how to hook any of it up?


How many computers/printers/etc are you trying to put on the network? If this is a home network, it's probably unnecessary to have 2 routers. Also, if you're only using the wireless router for laptops to connect to wirelessly, you should consider dropping the Linksys out of the network completely. On how to hook the two together, though, it really depends on what you're trying to do.

Sep 01, 2009 | Linksys Wireless Ap + 4 Port Router...

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Hook up router and can't access internet from wired computer.


Sometimes the modem-computer-router not "sync" together.
Try this.
1-hook the computer to modem. Internet yes? good.
2-hook the computer to router and check you IP. If it like 192.168.1.2,
the router's DHCP is working.
3-reset router to default setting.
turn off all and turn on modem, router, computer.
keep me posted.

Jul 06, 2009 | Belkin (F5D7231-4) Wireless Router

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How to first hook up router to dsl modem


Connect the modem to the WAN / Internet port section and hook one of your computer to LAN ports.

Note: make sure that your Ethernet cable is working properly.

Mar 25, 2009 | Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO (F5D9230-4)...

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No internet signal from router in other ports


Hello, Under the wireless menu on router you must give a ssid name and enable and save to turn on wireless , hoe this helps?

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Hooking a Linksys wireless router and SpeedStream router together


Connection should be from LAN port of Speedstream going to Internet port of Linksys router. That should be it.

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