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Re: netgear ethernet connection
Make sure your cable is fully inserted into both the modem the router. also, ensure that you connect your modem to the router, make sure it's in the "internet" or WAN port (same thing, different names) and not into one of the PC slots (normally numbered 1,2,3, etc) and vice versa for connecting your PC to the router.
This is all assuming of course that you're connecting to a router / switch of some sort. if not (if you're trying to connect 1 PC to another) then you need what's called a crossover cable.
also, when you plug in, do you see a "link light" (usually indicated by a green LED either on the front of your router or on your NIC if a good connection is established (most likely you won't be getting this if you're not communicating, but if you are then knowing that definately helps to narrow down the possible problems). If you don't have a link and you have an extra cable handy, try using that one (mechanical failure is a fairly common problem, even in brand new components)
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How do you know it is sending? Connection stats in Windows? Are you plugging into a netgear router? Is the router connected to any other PCs and what type of modem do you have (connected to the router, I assume)?
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Yes for sure you can do that.As the connector is RJ45.The only think is that for Thomson you need a cross-wired cable to connect to the netgear JFS524. If netgear do have Uplink port then you can use normal or straight through cable.For more infor Cross-wired cable are use to connect between network devices.
It may be the device you are trying to connect. shut down everything, unplug , remove batteries, plug in the ISP model, allow the self test, plug in the wireless device, allow it to self test, plug in, reboot the device, laptop, desktop, ipad, phone, whatever. You say you can connect using a Ethernet Cable? Just no connection wirelessly?
First connect the ethernet cord from your modem directly to the ethernet connector on your computer to enable direct access the internet. Click on the link below to download the software. After installing the software, connect your Netgear wireless device and let Windows install it. Follow the prompts to have Windows look for the software for your hardware. You should then be able to use the Netgear wireless device. ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/wg111_2_1.zip
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You will probably need to be more specific here. Are you having trouble getting an Internet connection via plugging your ethernet cable directly into the router, or with wireless?
Does your Netgear router have wireless security enabled? A classic issue with some Apple wireless products is that the Apple notebooks sometimes require a 128-bit WEP key (as opposed to the 64-bit you may be using). Please reply with more detailed information as far as what problems you're experiencing.