Question about Linksys EtherFast EZXS55W 5x10/100 Mbps Networking Switch
I have comcast 16 meg internet and i ran one ethernet cable to port one on the switch and plugged in my laptop and xbox, its either one works or the other but not both at the same time, i have reset about 50 times and still nothing good. I have switched ports and tried the uplink port of the linksys and still nothing. Its either the xbox works or the laptop but not both at the same time.
Your ethernet cable from comcast gets plugged into the wan port of the linksys switch. plug the xbox and laptop to one of the lan ports. the comcast box is a modem/router? without the router it won't assign dhcp addresses
Posted on Aug 19, 2017
Go to: www.speedtest.net with a laptop on your network.
Find your speed. now repeat on same laptop plugged directly into the cable madem.
Do the settingsa change much?
If so, your network is at fault. If not, Comcast is lying to you.
Posted on May 13, 2009
SOURCE: linksys switch question
You certainly can. In a real network you have one router and x amount of switches or hubs. Because whats going to happen is your equipment will automatically will ask the switch which will bounce to the router and your router will issue the address to that device.
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
I can give you the full manual of that product bro but you should have to install a foxit reader in order to read the file or the manual. First intall this software: http://www.mediafire.com/?nyowk0a5yqm Linksys EZXS16W manual: http://www.mediafire.com/?tgkdwnkjz1g
Posted on May 14, 2010
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