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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I just installed my siemens
Hi tbopper, install linksys software. Follow the instruction. Disable your anti virus / firewall software. (temporally). Make sure the PC with the wireless card is turned on.
Than open My Network connections & run windows Set up a home or small office network. Follow windows instructions.
That's it. When you restart your PC your Anti virus software should enable it's self. Check your firewall is also back on, if it's included in your anti virus it will re-inable it's self. Since your running a wireless make sure you enable security & password, other wise anyone with a wireless can tap into your wireless signal slowing your bandwith down.
To test your linksys is correct. Open internet explorer. In the address window type in 192.168.1.1 & press enter. Your settings should show up. Tech support is free with linksys.
Good Luck & Enjoy!
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
SOURCE: siemens gigaset se587 wlan dsl
connection should be as follows..........
comp>>eth cable>>>modem or router>>>>>fone cable>>>filter>>>>wall socket
telefone cble>> ^
no ext should be there ....... no external device should be connected........
if using any device in any socket at home then make sure that they r filterd correctly .....
try resetting the modem/router..... then check the lights.......
last option is to unplug n re plug all the cables.....
80% this should wrk....
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Posted on Sep 25, 2008
If this printer is a network printer (it will say so on the box and in the manual) then on the printer itself in the settings screen there is an option that will say something to the effect of *network* in that selection you will find a "print network information" and that page will have instructions and also the IPyou are looking for in order to connect.
Posted on Nov 13, 2008
SOURCE: Gigaset SE587 networking adaptor
Any of the major manufacturers ie: Linksys, Belkin, D-Link Cnet etc. will work. Go to your local computer or office supply store and tell them the router that you have and they should be able to direct you in the right direction.
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Posted on Nov 23, 2008
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