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http://www.epinions.com/specs/pr-Addtron_Workgroup_Switch_ADS-1008I_Networking_Switch here is a site that shows some specs Retrevo.com will have the user information on some Ethernet switches> free acct
This is probably set in the BIOS. You need to reboot the computer and enter the Setup/BIOS to enable the ports. Otherwise they're physically disconnected in the case and you will need and expert to reconnect.
You do what you are describing, attach the hub to the router in any regular lan port. Then just plug everything you need to into the hub. Make sure dhcp is on on the router (it probably is) and just set it to automatically obtain the IP on the computers attached. The router can go through the hub (or switch) to give them IPs.
Check this site for jumper settings. Download the manual. Go first to page 11 and find clear CMOS jumper. That will be number 17. Then go to page 24 for the correct jumper settings. Jumper should be on the pins 1 and 2. That's the default settings.
If the jumper is set already to 1 and 2. Clear the CMOS by putting the jumper on 2 and 3. It should be off when you are going to set the jumper. This is to make sure that the settings for your motherboard is set to its original settings.
If you are going to clear the CMOS settings, you will have turn the computer on after clearing it and then turn it off again. Put the jumper back to pins 1 and 2. Now make sure that computer is totally off. Uplugged the computer just to make sure when you are doing this.
Note: To test also the motherboard if it is working, do not connect the other pheriperals such as network card, sound card, and other cards that is not buit-in. Also drives such as Hard Drive and CDROM drives.
Check for beep codes. Short beeps tells you that the Video card is not inserted properly. Long beeps tells you that the memory card is not in place correctly.
Just remove the Video card or Memory card and then place it back again.
You have a real beast screwing around in that hub. You have choises:
1. Call the animal control department :)
2. Shoot it with a 22 :):)
3. Get another one.
A Hub acting like that has got its marbles juggled. Switching it on and off is the only way of flashing, and if that doesn't work, its jinxed. If you network it, you could spend a lot of time fixing network problems.
Is there any change in the configuration made, like is ICMP blocked. If youa re bale to pass traffic without any issues and if the issue is just that you are not able to ping the HUB there is a posibility of blocking the ICMP requests.