Question about 2wire HomePortal 1000HW DSL Modem and Network Router -1000-400210-000_LN_R (1000400210000LNR)

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How do I set up a home network without internet?

How do I connect the 1000HW to use strictly as a network router for my home office? I do not have a wired internet connection in the house. I have two computers (an HP desktop and a Dell laptop with wireless card) and a laserjet printer that I want both computers to be able to print to.

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  • AWSDeb Jun 12, 2008

    What about the physical connections between the 2Wire, the host HP desktop and the HP Laserjet 2840 printer? What cables do I need and where do I plug them into?



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By default, your wireless connection for your 2wire 1000HW is enabled.Assuming that everything is installed properly in your laptop ie wireless cards etc. than you can view your wireless connection using Dell Wireless connection tool and HP wireless tool. Your know its your network when it says 2wirexxxx {x=combined numbers}. To locate the built-in, 10-digit wireless encryption key for your system, please look at the bottom of the product [2wire] near the bar code label - looks like this : [xxxxxxxxxx].

If you want to access the 2wire Graphic Unit Interface ,you can access it by opening your browser and on your address bar type in homeportal- assuming you are able to connect to your 2wire wirelessly. You can view your network and change you wireless settings. This may also help you :

http://shastademo.2wire.com/rgw3-3/rgw/3-3/homeportal/network/wireless_settings.html

To connect your printer you must have a Print Server [ dep[ends on what model of laserjet you are using } and connected to your printer. Again you will need the encryption key to get it running. You must share your printer on each laptop by going to control panel and share it . In there you willl have the chance to change and modify the settings. You can also use the Windows File and Sharing Wizard. to get it both running.

Hope that would help you a bit. Pls feel free to post your questions in Fixya for further assistance.

Wish you all the best.

Cheers.

Posted on Jun 12, 2008

  • ian prince garvilles
    ian prince garvilles Jun 13, 2008

    Hi.

    It should be configured as shown below.

    You HP desktop should be connected using an ethernet cable to your 2wire console, that should work. From there you can connect your wireless laptop and printer wirelessly to your 2wire.

    You can connect your printer using a USB connection at the back of your 2wire. Now we have your Desktop and Printer connected . From there you can try to connect your wirelessly from your laptop to your 2wire.

    If all your devices are connected { Desktop- Ethernet connection, Printer - Usb connection , Laptop Wireless } than thats the time you can start sharing your printers by ff the steps provided previously.

    Pretty difficult to imagine but what i usually do is i create a diagram on a paper - draw it... in that way you can visualize how to set it up.

    http://support.2wire.com/?page=view&...

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