It seems you are using dial up connection at home that is through telephone line. In hotel you are using broadband or any other connection. For both pathch cables and their connectors are different. One is RJ45 other is RJ11. You can identify yourself by checking cable patching.
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Most netbooks use a cable adapter due to the physical size of the netbook. If it does have a network connector it will look like a large telephone connector. If you do not have your adapter with you, you can purchase a USB LAN adapter at almost any electronics shop
You need a cat 5 ethernet cable that goes from the uplink port to the router. The rest is wireless. Most routers offer cat 5 ports where you can plug a computer in. Dont use a telephone wire ... telephone wire is RJ 11 - you need a RJ-45 caat 5 cable. They look similar.
BTW, most wireless runs at about 10 - while wire runs at 100 or 1000.
You will need to run the wizard on your computer to detect ... and/or load the software that came with the router.
Wich kind of problems, you are unable to ping the copier or you cant print, or ...
If you connecting the PC directly use the croswired cable if you are connected over HUB, or other network device you must use normal UTP patch cable, from copier to the HUB, and from the HUB to PC.
Do you have right IP, subnet and gateway?
Check the network cards on copier and PC, if you crimp the cables by yourself check the cables,...
Do you have printer FLASH on your copier?
When did errors occured? Were you able to print before?
Are you connect the laptop wirelessly??IF so follow the steps 1.open the browser page in your desktop(wired computer) and type www.routerlogin.com on the address bar and click enter.It ll ask you usernamand password.username:admin and password:password or if you have set any password.If you are not able to open the router page then unplug the ethernet cable connected to your isolated port on the router and on the address bar type 192.168.1.1 and click enter and give the user name and password.
2.Now we have to configure the router for wireless settings.In netgear smart wizard page at the left side blue screen *click wireless settings under set up menu. *In that page enter name(ssid):netgear1 region:ur country channel:11
mode:g and b In security options select wep and key1 give your telephone number so that you wont forget the password.CLICK APPLY.we have secured the n/w. 3.Now in your laptop(wireless computer) scan and connect to the network. For windows vista-start->connect to->select the network name(netgear2)and click connect->it ll ask for password,enter it(telephone no).you ll successfully connected.Now disconnect the cable and try going online wirelessly. For xp-start->control panel->network connections->right click on wireless network connection->select the network and configure. you ll get successfully connected message and you ll be able to go online.If this solution solved your problem pls rate me or if still unable to connect send me the reply i ll help you.
# We are connect two computers together to share Internet, printer, scanner, files, and even programs
We can do it through either way:
1- Use A Crossover Cable And Two Network Cards.Two network cards are installed in two computers.Then use crossover cable to connect them.
2- Use a Phone Line and Two Special Adapters Sold as "Phone line network Kit". Two adapters are installed in two computers. Then use existing Phone line to connect them.
Connecting Two Computers Wirelessly:
1- Wi-Fi 2- Bluetooth 3- Infrared
Several types of fixtures exist for home networking:
1- Hubs 2- Switches 3- Routers
2- Computer with the internet
Before you can connect to the Internet and access the World Wide Web, you need to have certain equipment. In brief, you must have:
-A computer (preferably running an up-to-date operating system); - -A modem and access to a telephone line or a local area network (LAN) that is in turn connected to the Internet; and connection software that will allow you to establish an account with a service provider and access the Internet
Modem: This converts your digital computer information into analogue telephone signals. Phone Line: his may be your biggest expense after the equipment.
Internet Service Provider (ISP): ISP has a permanent connection to the Internet.
ADSL: a newly standardized transmission technology facilitating simultaneous use of normal telephone services, data transmission of 6 Mbit/s in the downstream and Basic-rate Access (BRA).
ADSL facilitates the simultaneous use of normal telephone services, ISDN, and high speed data transmission.
Another advantage of having an ADSL line is not missing calls while you're online, as both voice and data can be transferred at the same time.
I figured it out! I am also in a hotel room with only ethernet...and can connect to the network but not to the internet. When I got onto the internet for the first time on my laptop, there was a hotel internet webpage that came up immediately. You have to click CONNECT for 24hrs; 48; 1 week etc. unfortunately for us, Xbox doesn't have a internet browser like the PS3 does. So we can not click CONNECT when we are attempting to connect on the 360. The only reason why I know this is correct is because my friend brought his PS3 to my hotel room and that hotel connect window popped up and immediately we were playing Modern Warfare 2 with "full bars"...Xbox should really add a download for a browser! Like 360 way more. Sorry guys!
More information needed: Does your laptop have a wireless adapter? How do you connect at home? (wireles or ethernet cable?) What brand of laptop do you have? What troubleshooting steps have you already taken?
For your information, when away from your home network, you must change your wireless settings to point to the hotel or airport provider where you are trying to connect.
Usually hotels have some contact information and some basic support (some better than others) for their wireless connections.
To use wireless conection you need a Wireless Access Point i.e. wirless router. Then you can connect your laptop to this router and use internet. But if you have modem in your lap (generally all laps are coming with modem now) you should direct attach the phone line to your lap. In this case you need a dial-up no which you can ask your ISP.