Table of Contents. 0. Internet Connectivity Assumptions Identifying the Network Wall Jack Identifying the Ethernet Cable..

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "Table of Contents. 0. Internet Connectivity Assumptions..2. 0. Identifying the Network Wall Jack... 2. 0. Identifying the Ethernet Cable.."

Transcription

1 Table of Contents 0. Internet Connectivity Assumptions Identifying the Network Wall Jack Identifying the Ethernet Cable Identifying the Network Interface Card Connecting Your Computer to the Network Wall Jack Configuring Windows XP Home/Professional Configuring Windows 2000 Professional and Windows ME Configuring Windows 98 and Windows 98SE Configuring Macintosh OS X Configuring Macintosh OS 9.x Where to go for Assistance..38 1

2 Internet Connectivity Assumptions These instructions assume the following points are true: 0. You are using a PC with Microsoft Windows 98 or higher or a Macintosh with OS 9.x or higher. 0. You have a properly installed Ethernet Network Interface Adapter (NIC) in your computer. 0. You have a CAT5 Ethernet Network cable with RJ 45 connectors on each end. Identifying the Network Jack The pictures that follow represent some of the typical network jack configurations that are present in our residence halls. Some rooms will have a wall jack like the one shown below with ONLY an outlet for Internet access. The wall jacks providing Internet access will be indicated by labels with a bluish gray color picture of a computer monitor. 2

3 The other rooms will have a wall jack configuration like the two pictures shown below. In this instance, the outlet on the left indicated by the red label and a picture of a telephone is for telephone access ONLY and cannot be used for Internet access. The outlet on the right indicated by the bluish gray label and a picture of a computer monitor is for Internet access. Note that these two ports are of different sizes. The telephone outlet uses an RJ 11 jack which is somewhat smaller than the RJ 45 jack on the right used for Internet access. 3

4 Identifying the Ethernet Cable An Ethernet cable for use on our network should be a CAT5 cable with RJ 45 connectors. The cable should look similar to the one pictured below: The following pictures demonstrate the differences between an Ethernet cable and a cable used for normal telephone communications. NOTE: The telephone cable has the smaller RJ 11 connectors as opposed to the larger RJ 45 connectors of the Ethernet cable. Notice their sizes compared to the dime. The cable on the left is for use with a telephone, and the cable on the right is used for connecting to the Internet. 4

5 Identifying the Network Interface Card Most new computers have the network interface card (NIC) port labeled with this symbol,. Depending on the age of your computer, you may or may not have this symbol. If you do not, the network interface card (NIC) port is still easily identified as it looks like an oversized telephone jack. A Network Interface Card (NIC) looks like the following picture when not installed in the computer: The pictures on the following page show the back of some computers with the Network Interface Card (NIC) pointed out with the tip of a pencil; identify this port on the back of your computer. NOTE: It will look like an oversized telephone jack. If you cannot find a similar jack on your computer, you might NOT have a Network Interface Card installed: 5

6 6

7 Connecting your Computer to the Network Jack 1. Plug the CAT5 Ethernet cable with into the Internet outlet on the wall jack. Remember to plug your cable into the outlet with the bluish gray label marked with the picture of the computer monitor. The outlet will look similar to the one below: 2. Plug the other end of your CAT5 Ethernet cable into the port of the previously identified Network Interface Card on the back of the computer. The outlet will look like the one on the card shown below. NOTE: This is what the NIC looks like when it is not installed in a computer. The port to connect to is the black square in the middle of the long silver rectangle. 7

8 3. The finished connection should look like the following: 8

9 Configuring Windows XP Home/Professional 1. Start Microsoft Windows as you normally would by pressing the power button on your computer system. Wait for Windows to start successfully. 2. After Windows has loaded, with your left mouse button, click on the Start button and leftclick the option in the right pane named Control Panel. 3. When the Control Panel window opens, left click on Network and Internet Connections. 9

10 4. After you have selected Network and Internet Connections, left click on Network Connections. 5. Double left click the Local Area Connection icon. 10

11 6. When the Local Area Connection Status window opens, left click the Properties button. 11

12 1. In the Local Area Connection Properties window, double left click the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) option. You may need to scroll down in the center pane to locate this option. 12

13 2. This will open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window. In this window, leftclick the top radio button called Obtain an IP address automatically. Next, left click the third radio button called Obtain DNS server address automatically. 7. At this point, your Internet connection has been properly configured. You may close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window by left clicking the OK button. Next, close the Local Area Connection Properties window by left clicking the OK button. Now close the Local Area Connection Status window by left clicking the Close button. Finally, close the Network Connections window by left clicking the X button in the upper right hand corner of the window. 8. Restart your computer by left clicking the Start button and left clicking on Shutdown. Left click the down arrow and select Restart. When the computer finishes restarting, your Internet connection should be properly configured for use. 13

14 9. For security reasons, all computers and network devices must have bridging disabled. If your computer has bridging enabled, your network connection has probably already been automatically disabled. A bridging connection would look like this: 14

15 10. To disable this bridged connection, simply select it and choose Delete this connection from the Network Tasks menu on the left side of the window. 15

16 11. After the bridging connection has been deleted, your Local Area Connection that you are using to access the network will probably still not work. You will need to contact your RA or call the Information Technology Service Center at 651 HELP ( ) so that your network connection can be turned back on. Be sure that you have removed the Network Bridge before you call to have your connection turned back on. Configuring Windows 2000 Professional and Windows ME 1. Start Microsoft Windows as you normally would by pressing the power button on your computer system. Wait for Windows to start successfully. 2. After Windows has loaded left click on the Start button, then left click Settings, and leftclick Control Panel. See Figure Next Page 16

17 17

18 1. Double left click the icon named Network and Dialup Connections. 18

19 2. Double left click the icon named Local Area Connection. 19

20 3. Now you should have a window opened with the title of Local Area Connection Status. Left click the Properties button. 20

21 4. In the Local Area Connection Properties window, double left click the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) option. You may need to scroll down in the center pane to locate this option. 21

22 5. This will open the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window. In this window, leftclick the top radio button called Obtain an IP address automatically. Next, left click the third radio button called Obtain DNS server address automatically. 6. At this point, your Internet connection has been properly configured. You may close the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties window by left clicking the OK button. Next, close the Local Area Connection Properties window by left clicking the OK button. Then close the Local Area Connection Status window by left clicking the Close button. Finally, close the Network and Dial Up Connections window by left clicking the X button in the upper right hand corner of the window. 7. Restart your computer by left clicking the Start button and left clicking on Shutdown. Left click the down arrow and select Restart. When the computer finishes restarting, your Internet connection should be properly configured for use. 22

23 Configuring Windows 98 and Windows 98SE 1. Start Microsoft Windows as you normally would by pressing the power button on your computer system. Wait for Windows to start successfully. 2. After Windows has loaded, left click on the Start button and left click Settings, then left click Control Panel. See Figure Next Page 23

24 24

25 1. Double left click the icon named Network. 2. Double left click the item that begins with TCP/IP > then followed by a description of your Ethernet adapter. NOTE: On most systems there will be two options, with the other option being the TCP/IP > Dial Up Adapter. Be sure to select the Ethernet adapter and NOT the Dial Up Adapter. 25

26 3. Now you should have a window opened with the title of TCP/IP Properties. Select the IP Address tab in the upper right hand corner. Click the top radio button named Obtain an IP address automatically. 4. Now left click the Gateway tab that is located towards the middle of the window. If you have any installed gateways in the Installed Gateways pane, left click on them and then leftclick the Remove button until there are no installed gateways left. 26

27 5. Next, left click the DNS Configuration tab on the left side of the window and left click the Disable DNS radio button. 6. Left click the OK button in the TCP/IP Properties window to close it. Left click the OK button to close the Network window. Click Yes when prompted to restart. When the computer finishes restarting, your Internet connection should be properly configured for use. 27

28 Configuring Macintosh OS X 1. Start Macintosh OS X as you normally would by pressing the power button on your computer system. Wait for Mac OS to start successfully. 2. After Mac OS X has loaded, click on the Apple in the top left hand corner of the screen, and then click System Preferences. See Figure Next Page 28

29 29

30 3. Next, click on the Network icon in the System Preferences window. It will be located in the Internet & Network section. 30

31 4. The Network window should now be open. In the drop down menu labeled Show, make sure that the description for your Ethernet network interface card is selected. This will only show Built in Ethernet if you ordered your computer system with the network interface card pre installed. 5. In the DHCP Client ID box, highlight any value that is present and press the delete key on the keyboard. 6. Select Using DHCP from the drop down list next to the Show label. There should be NO DNS Servers listed in the DNS Servers list box. If there are some listed, highlight each one individually and press the delete key on the keyboard until there are no DNS Servers listed. Repeat this process for the Search Domains as this list box should also be empty. 7. Click the Apply Now button and close the Network window by clicking the X button in the upper right hand corner. 31

32 8. Restart your computer by clicking on the Apple in the top left hand corner of the screen, and then click Restart. Click the Restart button in the confirmation window. When the computer finishes restarting, your Internet connection should be properly configured for use. 32

33 Configuring Macintosh OS 9.X 1. Start Macintosh OS 9.x as you normally would by pressing the power button on your computer system. Wait for Mac OS to start successfully. 2. After Mac OS 9.x has loaded, click on the Apple in the top left hand corner of the screen, and then click Control Panels, and then click TCP/IP. See Figure Next Page 33

34 34

35 3. In the Connect Via drop down list, click and select Ethernet. 4. In the Configure drop down list, click and select Using DHCP Server. 5. Delete any text in the DHCP Client ID text box and delete any text in the Search Domains text box. See Figure Next Page 35

36 36

37 6. You may now close the TCP/IP window and answer Yes if asked to save the configuration. 7. Restart your computer by clicking on the Special menu on the toolbar at the top of the screen, and then click Restart. When the computer finishes restarting, your Internet connection should be properly configured for use. 37

38 Where to go for Assistance If you feel you have properly connected and configured your Internet connection but still cannot gain access to the Internet, follow these steps: 1. Ask your fellow students. Ask your neighbors who may have successfully established their Internet connection because they can often provide hands on assistance with immediate feedback. They may also notice a step that you might have missed. If you still cannot connect to the Internet, then go to step See your Resident Assistant (RA) who may have seen similar problems that other students have had with their Internet connection. If you still cannot connect to the Internet, then go to step Contact the Information Technology Service Center at 651 HELP ( ). Our Technicians will be glad to provide you assistance. 38

Internet Guide. Prepared for 55 John Street

Internet Guide. Prepared for 55 John Street Internet Guide Prepared for 55 John Street I. Internet Service How do I connect to the Internet? WiFi (Wireless Connectivity) is available throughout the building. In order to connect, you will need a

More information

HYPERLINK Internet PC setup guide. HYPERLINK Internet support helpdesk at 1-866-302-5525.

HYPERLINK Internet PC setup guide. HYPERLINK Internet support helpdesk at 1-866-302-5525. HYPERLINK Internet support helpdesk at 1-866-302-5525. Congratulations on your new residence and welcome to HYPERLINK Internet service. In a few short moments you will be connected to one of the fastest

More information

ACT High Speed WiMAX Internet

ACT High Speed WiMAX Internet ACT High Speed WiMAX Internet Internet Configuration Manual This manual walks you through the steps of configuring your computer for High Speed WiMAX Internet service with Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000, And

More information

DSL Installation Guide

DSL Installation Guide DSL Installation Guide Thank you for choosing Integra Telecom s DSL service! Introduction This guide will walk you through the DSL installation process and will help you configure a computer to access

More information

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions. SpeedStream 4100

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions. SpeedStream 4100 DSL Self-install Kit Instructions SpeedStream 4100 Cover and installation notes Page 1 1. Verify your system requirements Page 2 2. Verify the contents of your DSL Self-Install kit Page 2 3. Install filters

More information

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions. SpeedStream 5360

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions. SpeedStream 5360 DSL Self-install Kit Instructions SpeedStream 5360 Cover and installation notes Page 1 1. Verify your system requirements Page 2 2. Verify the contents of your DSL Self-Install kit Page 2 3. Install filters

More information

Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows Me:

Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows Me: Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows Me: Configuration setup - Point and then right-click on the My Network Places icon on the desktop (see image below). Click/Select properties from the quick menu

More information

Enabling Internet Connection Sharing on Windows 2000 15. Enabling ICS On Windows XP As The Host 4 Enabling ICS On Windows XP As The Client 11

Enabling Internet Connection Sharing on Windows 2000 15. Enabling ICS On Windows XP As The Host 4 Enabling ICS On Windows XP As The Client 11 Sharing an Internet Connection with SatDirect Plus Table of Contents Contents Section 1: Section 2: Section 3: Introduction... 1 Physical Setup......2 Enabling Internet Connection Sharing on Windows XP

More information

Self Help Guide IMPORTANT! Configuring Your Router With Your Modem. Please read the following carefully; This Guide refers to the following Products:

Self Help Guide IMPORTANT! Configuring Your Router With Your Modem. Please read the following carefully; This Guide refers to the following Products: IMPORTANT! This Guide refers to the following Products: Configuring Your Router With Your Modem Please read the following carefully; Synopsis: A standard (Wireless) Router does not come equipped with the

More information

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions

DSL Self-install Kit Instructions DSL Self-install Kit Instructions Cover and installation notes Page 1 1. Verify your system requirements Page 2 2. Verify the contents of your DSL Self-Install kit Page 2 3. Install filters on your telephone

More information

1. Hardware Installation

1. Hardware Installation 4 Port 10/100M Internet Broadband Router with USB Printer server Quick Installation Guide #4824904AXZZ0 1. Hardware Installation A. System Requirement Before you getting started, make sure that you meet

More information

OvisLink OV804WVA Quick Installation Guide

OvisLink OV804WVA Quick Installation Guide OvisLink OV804WVA Quick Installation Guide 1 Indicators and Interfaces 1.1 Front Panel LED Color Status Description Power Red DSL Internet Red WAN LAN4-1 Off Power off. The initialization is normal. Initiating.

More information

Apple Mac. AT&T DSL Internet Service Implementation Planner Apple Mac PC Configuration Guide Version 1.2 Page 1

Apple Mac. AT&T DSL Internet Service Implementation Planner Apple Mac PC Configuration Guide Version 1.2 Page 1 Apple Mac Page 1 Apple Mac Setup Welcome to AT&T DSL Internet Service! This guide is designed to help you configure your Mac to access the Internet quickly and easily using AT&T DSL. Before You Begin First,

More information

Connecting to the Internet

Connecting to the Internet Connecting to the Internet Connecting the Gateway to the Internet Configuration of TCP/IP Protocol Installing the USB Drivers Connecting Ethernet Network Devices Connecting USB Network Devices Connecting

More information

High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide

High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide Welcome Welcome to SkyBest High-Speed Broadband Internet. SkyBest High-Speed Broadband Internet allows for rapid downloading of large files, such as music and graphics.

More information

Network & Internet Installation & Information Guide Fall 2004 Edition. Campus Ethernet For PCs using Windows 2000 & XP

Network & Internet Installation & Information Guide Fall 2004 Edition. Campus Ethernet For PCs using Windows 2000 & XP Network & Internet Installation & Information Guide Fall 2004 Edition Campus Ethernet For PCs using Windows 2000 & XP Table of Contents Overview... 2 Requirements... 2 Physically connect your computer

More information

Actiontec GT784WN Router

Actiontec GT784WN Router Table of Contents General Information...1 Verify Computer Settings...1 Router Installation...3 Configuring Your Router...3 Configuring Your Computer...7 Configuring Your Email...9 General Information Router

More information

Chapter 2 Preparing Your Network

Chapter 2 Preparing Your Network Chapter 2 Preparing Your Network This document describes how to prepare your network to connect to the Internet through a router and how to verify the readiness of your broadband Internet service from

More information

CS 326e F2002 Lab 1. Basic Network Setup & Ethereal Time: 2 hrs

CS 326e F2002 Lab 1. Basic Network Setup & Ethereal Time: 2 hrs CS 326e F2002 Lab 1. Basic Network Setup & Ethereal Time: 2 hrs Tasks: 1 (10 min) Verify that TCP/IP is installed on each of the computers 2 (10 min) Connect the computers together via a switch 3 (10 min)

More information

V.I.P. Kit. Video Insight Pilot Kit. (Video Insight Pilot Kit).

V.I.P. Kit. Video Insight Pilot Kit. (Video Insight Pilot Kit). V.I.P. Kit (Video Insight Pilot Kit). Video Insight Pilot Kit Please follow these instructions and everything should go very smoothly. Before you begin, you will need to establish (or obtain from your

More information

Troubleshooting Guide

Troubleshooting Guide Troubleshooting Guide Before you start troubleshooting: Power down the Tooway modem for 60 seconds. Connect a computer directly (via Ethernet cable) to the Tooway modem Power the Tooway modem and wait

More information

Prestige 314 Read Me First

Prestige 314 Read Me First Prestige 314 Read Me First Console WAN 10M PORT Prestige Rear Panel Connections CONNECTION Use an RS-232 console cable. Use the cable that came with your broadband modem. LAN 10/100M Port Number COMPUTER

More information

Installation Guide. EarthLink

Installation Guide. EarthLink Installation Guide EarthLink Welcome to EarthLink DSL & Home Phone Service Congratulations! You ve made the smart choice for super-fast DSL and super-simple phone service. Follow the instructions in this

More information

Guide to Setting up Internet Connection Sharing for Windows

Guide to Setting up Internet Connection Sharing for Windows Guide to Setting up Internet Connection Sharing for Windows Document Date: December 20, 2005 Document Version: Version: 1.0 Disclaimer: Please note that this document is provided on an as is where is basis

More information

Omni 56K USB Lite Quick Start Guide

Omni 56K USB Lite Quick Start Guide Omni 56K USB Lite Quick Start Guide ZyXEL TOTAL INTERNET ACCESS SOLUTION 1. Hardware Installation Connect your modem to your analog phone or fax. Use the phone cord included to connect to the phone jack

More information

RAPID BROADBAND INSTALLATION RAPID BROADBAND SUPPORT CONTACT DETAILS. support@rapidbroadband.ie AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. Email: Tel: 076 6708787

RAPID BROADBAND INSTALLATION RAPID BROADBAND SUPPORT CONTACT DETAILS. support@rapidbroadband.ie AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. Email: Tel: 076 6708787 RAPID BROADBAND INSTALLATION AND TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE RAPID BROADBAND SUPPORT CONTACT DETAILS Email: support@rapidbroadband.ie Tel: 076 6708787 January 2008 1 INTERNET CONNECTION TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE

More information

Internet for Everyone In-Room Instructions January 2011 Version 1.3

Internet for Everyone In-Room Instructions January 2011 Version 1.3 Internet for Everyone In-Room Instructions January 2011 Version 1.3 Everywhere Internet 2006 Page 1 of 17 Connecting your computer to the Everywhere Internet network in your room 1. You need a network

More information

Self Help Guide. Please read the following carefully; Synopsis: Requirements: A Computer with a working RJ45 LAN Port All Belkin Modem Routers

Self Help Guide. Please read the following carefully; Synopsis: Requirements: A Computer with a working RJ45 LAN Port All Belkin Modem Routers IMPORTANT! This Guide refers to the following Products: Establishing A Connection From PC To Router Please read the following carefully; Synopsis: This Self-Help Guide is designed to assist you if you

More information

Prestige 660R-6x Read Me First

Prestige 660R-6x Read Me First Prestige 660R-6x Read Me First Prestige Rear Panel Connections DSL PORT CONNECTION Connect the DSL port on the Prestige to the wall jack using the included DSL cable (telephone wire). Connect the micro

More information

You may refer the Quick Installation Guide in the package box for more information.

You may refer the Quick Installation Guide in the package box for more information. Hardware Installation: 1. Turn off your modem. 2. Use one Ethernet cable to connect your modem to WAN port (Blue) port of BR-6228nC. 3. Use another Ethernet cable to connect your PC to one LAN Port (Yellow)

More information

Prestige 650R-31/33 Read Me First

Prestige 650R-31/33 Read Me First Prestige 650R-31/33 Read Me First Prestige Rear Panel Connections PORT DSL CONSOLE LAN 10/100M POWER Connect to a telephone jack using a telephone wire. CONNECTION Connect to a serial port (COM port) on

More information

Actiontec GT724WG Router

Actiontec GT724WG Router Helpful instructions on how to Set-up your new Static IP DSL Service Table of Contents General Information... 1 Verify Computer Settings... 1 Router Installation... 4 Configuring Your Router... 5 Configuring

More information

Lee County School Configuring Spec Ed Laptop Computers for Dialup, DSL/Cable Modem, and Wireless Access To the Internet

Lee County School Configuring Spec Ed Laptop Computers for Dialup, DSL/Cable Modem, and Wireless Access To the Internet Lee County School Configuring Spec Ed Laptop Computers for Dialup, DSL/Cable Modem, and Wireless Access To the Internet Prepared by: Rich Morgan Technology Director Configuring your Spec Ed laptop for

More information

STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE VERIZON 7500 WIRELESS ROUTER/MODEM

STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE VERIZON 7500 WIRELESS ROUTER/MODEM STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE VERIZON 7500 WIRELESS ROUTER/MODEM Verizon High Speed Internet for Business Verizon High Speed Internet for Business SETTING UP YOUR NEW STATIC IP CONNECTION AND IP ADDRESS(ES) This

More information

APSCN VPN Settings for Windows 7 2. APSCN VPN Settings for Windows XP 8. APSCN VPN Settings for MAC OS 15

APSCN VPN Settings for Windows 7 2. APSCN VPN Settings for Windows XP 8. APSCN VPN Settings for MAC OS 15 APSCN VPN Settings for Windows 7 2 1. Creating a VPN Connection 2 2. Disconnecting the VPN 6 3. Connecting to an existing VPN Connection 7 APSCN VPN Settings for Windows XP 8 1. Creating a VPN Connection

More information

Locate the My Computer icon, found either on the Start menu or the desktop

Locate the My Computer icon, found either on the Start menu or the desktop 1. How to check if a network card is installed Locate the My Computer icon, found either on the Start menu or the desktop Right click on the My Computer icon and select Properties from the grey box that

More information

Dial Up Config & Connecting Instructions with Graphics

Dial Up Config & Connecting Instructions with Graphics Dial Up Config & Connecting Instructions with Graphics Dial Up Config & Connecting Below are the Basic Manual Configurations Connecting to the Internet for the following operating systems: Windows 2000

More information

Quick Installation Guide DAP-1360. Wireless N 300 Access Point & Router

Quick Installation Guide DAP-1360. Wireless N 300 Access Point & Router DAP-1360 Wireless N 300 Access Point & Router BEFORE YOU BEGIN Delivery Package Access point DAP-1360 Power adapter DC 12V Ethernet cable (CAT 5E) (brochure). If any of the items are missing, please contact

More information

Connecting to the ITS Modem Pool For the Macintosh Teresa Sakata

Connecting to the ITS Modem Pool For the Macintosh Teresa Sakata MAC1012 July 2003 Connecting to the ITS Modem Pool For the Macintosh Teresa Sakata MAC OS 10... 1 CONFIGURING THE SYSTEM PREFERENCES... 1 CONNECTING TO THE MODEM POOL... 6 MAC OS 8.6-9.2.2... 6 CONFIGURING

More information

Wireless PC Port. Installation Guide

Wireless PC Port. Installation Guide Wireless PC Port Installation Guide 2Wire PC Port USB to HPNA Adapter The PC Port USB-to-HPNA adapter allows you to connect computers to your home network using existing phone lines. Following are the

More information

APSCN VPN Instructions for VPN Setup on Windows and MAC OS

APSCN VPN Instructions for VPN Setup on Windows and MAC OS APSCN VPN Instructions for VPN Setup on Windows and MAC OS Updated 8/18/2015 Windows 10 and Windows 8/8.1 Table of Contents APSCN VPN Settings for Windows 10... 2 1. Creating a VPN Connection... 2 2. Disconnecting

More information

Part # Quick-Start Guide. SpeedStream 4200 Modem PPPoE Modem Router

Part # Quick-Start Guide. SpeedStream 4200 Modem PPPoE Modem Router Part # 007-402-001 Quick-Start Guide SpeedStream 4200 Modem PPPoE Modem Router Before you begin, Verify that the following items came with your DSL kit: 1 SpeedStream Device 2 Documentation 1 2 Software

More information

Guest PC. for Mac OS X. User Guide. Version 1.6. Copyright 1996-2005 Lismore Software Systems, Ltd. All rights reserved.

Guest PC. for Mac OS X. User Guide. Version 1.6. Copyright 1996-2005 Lismore Software Systems, Ltd. All rights reserved. Guest PC for Mac OS X Version 1.6 User Guide Copyright 1996-2005 Lismore Software Systems, Ltd. All rights reserved. Table of Contents About Guest PC... 1 About your Virtual Computer... 1 Creating a Virtual

More information

Broadband DSL Quick Start Set Up Guide

Broadband DSL Quick Start Set Up Guide Broadband DSL Quick Start Set Up Guide Index What s in the box?... 1 Applying the DSL filters... 2 What devices must be filtered... 3 Connecting the DSL modem... 3-5 Connecting a computer... 5 Setting

More information

ADSL Modem Self-Install Guide DO NOT INSTALL CD READ ME FIRST!

ADSL Modem Self-Install Guide DO NOT INSTALL CD READ ME FIRST! ADSL Modem Self-Install Guide DO NOT INSTALL CD READ ME FIRST! We understand you have a choice when it comes to purchasing DSL service and we appreciate that you chose NETDOOR, Mississippi s ISP since

More information

Contents. Section A Networking Basics... 1. 1 Learning the Basics... 3. Section B Wired Ethernet Networking... 17

Contents. Section A Networking Basics... 1. 1 Learning the Basics... 3. Section B Wired Ethernet Networking... 17 Contents Section A Networking Basics...................................... 1 1 Learning the Basics............................................. 3 Selecting a network connection........................................

More information

UBIQUITI BRIDGE CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE (PowerStation & NanoStation Units ONLY)

UBIQUITI BRIDGE CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE (PowerStation & NanoStation Units ONLY) UBIQUITI BRIDGE CONFIGURATION PROCEDURE (PowerStation & NanoStation Units ONLY) Hardware Installation 1. Initial placement for programming and configuration purposes should be performed in an indoor environment.

More information

AcqKnowledge 3.7.3 or better for Windows OS (version compatibility varies each release)

AcqKnowledge 3.7.3 or better for Windows OS (version compatibility varies each release) APPLICATION NOTES 42 Aero Camino, Goleta, CA 93117 Tel (805) 685-0066 Fax (805) 685-0067 info@biopac.com www.biopac.com 09.10.2007 Application Note 209: AcqKnowledge for Windows: Upgrade for 1+MP150s and

More information

SPEED TOUCH PC. ADSL PC Network Interface Card. Installation Guide. Microsoft Windows 95A, 98 and NT4.0. VERSION 2.1.1 for CD-ROM Installation

SPEED TOUCH PC. ADSL PC Network Interface Card. Installation Guide. Microsoft Windows 95A, 98 and NT4.0. VERSION 2.1.1 for CD-ROM Installation SPEED TOUCH PC ADSL PC Network Interface Card Microsoft Windows 95A, 98 and NT4.0 VERSION 2.1.1 for CD-ROM Installation November 9, 1999 SPEED TOUCH PC ADSL PC Network Interface Card Microsoft Windows

More information

Internet and Email Help. Table of Contents:

Internet and Email Help. Table of Contents: Internet and Email Help The following tips are provided to assist you in troubleshooting and managing your Plex Internet and email services. For additional issues or concerns, you may also call our Product

More information

High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide

High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide High-Speed Broadband Internet Guide Welcome Welcome to SkyBest High-Speed Broadband Internet. SkyBest High-Speed Broadband Internet allows for rapid downloading of large files, such as music and graphics.

More information

Connecting a Personal Computer or Laptop to RezNet

Connecting a Personal Computer or Laptop to RezNet Connecting a Personal Computer or Laptop to RezNet Preamble: Humber has outfitted each suite in Residence with an Ethernet connection. Should you wish to access Internet resources, you may do so by following

More information

BASLER ACE QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE

BASLER ACE QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE BASLER ACE QUICK INSTALLATION GUIDE Rev. 01 Quick installation Guide V1 1 Introduction The installation procedures in this guide assume that you want to get your camera operational and begin capturing

More information

2 Setting Up the Hardware for a Wired Ethernet Network... 13. 3 Setting Up the Software for an Ethernet Network... 21

2 Setting Up the Hardware for a Wired Ethernet Network... 13. 3 Setting Up the Software for an Ethernet Network... 21 Contents 1 Networking Basics............................................... 1 Selecting a network connection........................................ 2 Wired Ethernet network...........................................

More information

1. Installing The Monitoring Software

1. Installing The Monitoring Software SD7000 Digital Microphone Monitor Software manual Table of Contents 1. Installing The Monitor Software 1.1 Setting Up Receivers For Monitoring 1.2 Running The Application 1.3 Shutdown 2. The Detail Monitoring

More information

CSU Bakersfield Residential Network (ResNet) Installation and Troubleshooting Guide

CSU Bakersfield Residential Network (ResNet) Installation and Troubleshooting Guide CSU Bakersfield Residential Network (ResNet) Installation and Troubleshooting Guide Standard Installation Procedures (Macintosh and Windows PCs)..Page 2 Software Installation for Windows 95/98/ME/2000..Page

More information

Linksys Gateway SPA2100-SU Manual

Linksys Gateway SPA2100-SU Manual Linksys Gateway SPA2100-SU Manual Manuel de l'utilisateur Table of Contents Looking for Basic Setup Instructions?... 3 Most Recent Version of this Manual... 3 Advanced Setup Instructions... 4 Wiring Your

More information

RESIDENTIAL DSL SERVICES

RESIDENTIAL DSL SERVICES RESIDENTIAL DSL SERVICES Introduction to DSL What is DSL? DSL (digital subscriber line) allows high-speed data access over a standard phone line, also known as a POTS (plain old telephone system) line

More information

Indoor CPE Self-Installation Guide

Indoor CPE Self-Installation Guide Indoor CPE Self-Installation Guide Thank you for choosing CCI Wireless as your high-speed Internet Service Provider. This guide will help you set up your new Indoor CPE device for use with our network

More information

Quick Reference Guide: Business Mail

Quick Reference Guide: Business Mail : Business Mail TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL INFORMATION...2 DETAILED STEPS ON CONFIGURING WINDOWS FOR E-MAIL...2 Set-up For Microsoft Outlook Express...7 Set-up Of Microsoft Outlook On Windows XP...9 PROBLEMS

More information

Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows XP:

Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows XP: Configuring TCP/IP Networking for Windows XP: Configuration setup - Point to and click on Start (the pop up Start Menu appears) Next point to and click on Control Panel (the Control Panel window appears).

More information

CPEi 800/825 Series. User Manual. * Please see the Introduction Section

CPEi 800/825 Series. User Manual. * Please see the Introduction Section CPEi 800/825 Series User Manual * Please see the Introduction Section Contents Introduction...iii Chapter 1: CPEi 800/825 User Guide Overview... 1-1 Powerful Features in a Single Unit... 1-2 Front of the

More information

Connecting the DG-102S VoIP Gateway to your network

Connecting the DG-102S VoIP Gateway to your network Contents of Package: DG-102S VoIP Station Gateway Power adapter CD-ROM, including User s Manual Quick Install Guide Requirements: RS-232 Console Cable Two RJ-45 CAT-5 Straight-Through Cables For more information

More information

Verizon Remote Access User Guide

Verizon Remote Access User Guide Version 17.12 Last Updated: August 2012 2012 Verizon. All Rights Reserved. The Verizon names and logos and all other names, logos, and slogans identifying Verizon s products and services are trademarks

More information

Integra Telecom 4690 Colorado St. SE Prior Lake, Mn 55372 952.226.7097 DSL INSTALLATION GUIDE

Integra Telecom 4690 Colorado St. SE Prior Lake, Mn 55372 952.226.7097 DSL INSTALLATION GUIDE Integra Telecom 4690 Colorado St. SE Prior Lake, Mn 55372 952.226.7097 DSL INSTALLATION GUIDE www.getintegra.com Version 10/10 Integra Telecom, Inc. Thank you for choosing Integra Telecom s DSL High Speed

More information

Quick-Start Guide 007-SE01-001. Gigaset. Residential Wireless Gateway SE567/SE568. Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG

Quick-Start Guide 007-SE01-001. Gigaset. Residential Wireless Gateway SE567/SE568. Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG Quick-Start Guide 007-SE01-001 Gigaset Residential Wireless Gateway SE567/SE568 Gigaset Communications GmbH is a trademark licensee of Siemens AG Before you begin... Verify that the following items came

More information

EDGE FX Network configuration

EDGE FX Network configuration Page 1 of 16 TITLE: Category: EDGE FX Network configuration GERBER EDGE Document Number: 4280 Supplied by: Gerber Service Last Modified: April 14, 2011 Summary: In order to connect an EDGE FX to your PC

More information

Preparing the Computers for TCP/IP Networking

Preparing the Computers for TCP/IP Networking Configuration Preparing the Computers for TCP/IP Networking Configuring Windows 98, and ME for TCP/IP Networking Verifying TCP/IP Properties Configuring Windows 2000 or XP for IP Networking Install or

More information

MFC6490CW Windows Network Connection Repair Instructions

MFC6490CW Windows Network Connection Repair Instructions Difficulty printing from your PC can occur for various reasons. The most common reason a networked Brother machine may stop printing, is because the connection between the computer and the Brother machine

More information

Frontier DSL SelfConnect Guide

Frontier DSL SelfConnect Guide Frontier DSL SelfConnect Guide Frontier DSL Self-Installation Guide Table of Contents Getting Started...2 Customer and Computer Requirements...2...3 STEP 1: Install Microfilters...3 STEP 2: Install Your

More information

Cisco 831 Router and Cisco SOHO 91 Router Cabling and Setup Quick Start Guide

Cisco 831 Router and Cisco SOHO 91 Router Cabling and Setup Quick Start Guide English CHAPTER 1 Cisco 831 Router and Cisco SOHO 91 Router Cabling and Setup Quick Start Guide Cisco One-Year Limited Hardware Warranty Terms Easy Installation: Try These Steps First! (CRWS Users) Overview

More information

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2750U. 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2750U. 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch DSL-2750U 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch BEFORE YOU BEGIN Delivery Package Router DSL-2750U Power adapter DC 12V/1A RJ-11 telephone cable Ethernet cable (CAT 5E) Splitter (brochure).

More information

PSC Defective Customer Equipment Return Policy

PSC Defective Customer Equipment Return Policy Copyright 2010 PSC PSC Defective Customer Equipment Return Policy Customer Equipment purchased from PSC can be returned with proof of purchase for identical or comparable equipment, at no cost to you within

More information

AirStation VPN Setup Guide WZR-RS-G54

AirStation VPN Setup Guide WZR-RS-G54 AirStation VPN Setup Guide WZR-RS-G54 WZR-RS-G54 Introduction The WZR-RS-G54 s VPN services allows users to securely access their home or office network from anywhere in the world. All services available

More information

Step by step guide for connecting PC to wired LAN at dormitories of University of Pardubice

Step by step guide for connecting PC to wired LAN at dormitories of University of Pardubice Step by step guide for connecting PC to wired LAN at dormitories of University of Pardubice English version Version 1.1 July 2008 Information Cente University of Pardubice Content A. Windows XP... 2 B.

More information

Interfacing PC ChargePayment Server with Focus

Interfacing PC ChargePayment Server with Focus Interfacing PC ChargePayment Server with Focus When you have decided to use the PC Charge Payment Server software with Focus, this feature will allow you to process credit cards through your credit card

More information

Crown Field Support Engineering

Crown Field Support Engineering Crown Field Support Engineering Issue Date: 17 January 2014 Ref. No: GEN Go Online #0002 Subject: Basic Go Online w/ Audio Architect (Network Based Product) Applicability: The following step by step instructions

More information

Tooway KA-SAT Installation Guide

Tooway KA-SAT Installation Guide Tooway KA-SAT Installation Guide 1. Before you can proceed with the installation you must get the following information: Spot beam colour for you location Elevation Angle the dish needs to be set to Azimuth

More information

NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Pennytel)

NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Pennytel) NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Pennytel) Configuring your NF1Adv for VOIP Service The following steps will take you through the process of setting up your VOIP connection. Step 1: Checking Computer Network

More information

STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE

STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE STATIC IP SET UP GUIDE VERIZON D-LINK 2750B & ACTIONTEC GT784 WNV WIRELESS GATEWAY Verizon High Speed Internet for Business Verizon High Speed Internet for Business YOUR NEW STATIC IP CONNECTION AND SET

More information

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2750U/NRU. 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2750U/NRU. 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch DSL-2750U/NRU 3G/ADSL/Ethernet Router with Wi-Fi and Built-in Switch BEFORE YOU BEGIN Delivery Package Router DSL-2750U/NRU Power adapter RJ-11 telephone cable Straight-through Ethernet cable (CAT 5E)

More information

Cisco 837 Router and Cisco SOHO 97 Router Cabling and Setup

Cisco 837 Router and Cisco SOHO 97 Router Cabling and Setup English CHAPTER 1 Cisco 837 Router and Cisco SOHO 97 Router Cabling and Setup Cisco One-Year Limited Hardware Warranty Terms Easy Installation: Try These Steps First! (CRWS Users) Overview Parts List Verify

More information

Defiance College Networking Handbook

Defiance College Networking Handbook Defiance College Networking Handbook Installation Instructions and Reference Manual for Campus Network Connections including Residence Halls and Wireless Access Points Revision 20141203 Preface All residence

More information

NF5 VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic)

NF5 VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic) NF5 VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic) Configuring your NF5 for VOIP Service The following steps will take you through the process of setting up your VOIP connection. Step 1: Checking Computer Network Settings:

More information

Dial-up Installation for CWOPA Users (Windows Operating System)

Dial-up Installation for CWOPA Users (Windows Operating System) Dial-up Installation for CWOPA Users (Windows Operating System) 1 Table of Contents Download and Install Digital Certificates... 3 Internet Explorer 8/9 Certificate Installation.3 Windows XP Instructions

More information

VPN clients configuration for Windows 98SE - for Library access

VPN clients configuration for Windows 98SE - for Library access VPN clients configuration for Windows 98SE - for Library access Requirements: 1. These instructions are only applicable for a computer that has Windows 98SE with a current Internet dialup connection. Note

More information

The MAC address, short for Media Access Control address, is a number in hexadecimal format that uniquely identifies every machine on a network.

The MAC address, short for Media Access Control address, is a number in hexadecimal format that uniquely identifies every machine on a network. WinXP/2000 Windows PC - "MAC Address" Information The MAC address, short for Media Access Control address, is a number in hexadecimal format that uniquely identifies every machine on a network. Finding

More information

E-Mon Communication Gateway Utility Instructions for BACnet/mstp

E-Mon Communication Gateway Utility Instructions for BACnet/mstp E-Mon Communication Gateway Utility Instructions for BACnet/mstp The E-Mon Communication Gateway utility will allow you to configure the Device Instance (Node ID) and other parameters needed for your BACnet/mstp

More information

BiPAC 7404V series. VoIP/(802.11g) ADSL2+ (VPN) Firewall Router. Quick Start Guide

BiPAC 7404V series. VoIP/(802.11g) ADSL2+ (VPN) Firewall Router. Quick Start Guide BiPAC 7404V series VoIP/(802.11g) ADSL2+ (VPN) Firewall Router Quick Start Guide VoIP/(802.11g) ADSL2+ (VPN) Firewall Router For more detailed instructions on configuring and using the Billion VoIP/(802.11g)

More information

NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic VoIP Setup)

NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic VoIP Setup) NF1Adv VOIP Setup Guide (for Generic VoIP Setup) Configuring your NF1Adv for VOIP Service The following steps will take you through the process of setting up your VOIP connection. Step 1: Checking Computer

More information

AcqKnowledge for Windows: Upgrade for 1+MP150s and Domain Network Access or Direct Communication Setup (Domain/Non-domain)

AcqKnowledge for Windows: Upgrade for 1+MP150s and Domain Network Access or Direct Communication Setup (Domain/Non-domain) APPLICATION NOTES 42 Aero Camino, Goleta, CA 93117 Tel (805) 685-0066 Fax (805) 685-0067 info@biopac.com www.biopac.com 09.10.2007 Application Note 208: AcqKnowledge for Windows: Upgrade for 1+MP150s and

More information

Data Cable Modem. Model# U10C018. User s Guide

Data Cable Modem. Model# U10C018. User s Guide Data Cable Modem Model# U10C018 User s Guide Rev. 1.02 July 26 st, 2004 Contents 1. BEFORE YOU BEGIN...4 Understand the Cable Modem s Features...4 Contact Your Local Cable Operator...4 Prepare Your Area

More information

This manual will help you connect your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7, or Apple OS X computer to the University of Maryland campus data network.

This manual will help you connect your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7, or Apple OS X computer to the University of Maryland campus data network. This manual will help you connect your Microsoft Windows XP, Vista, or 7, or Apple OS X computer to the University of Maryland campus data network. Prerequisites for Network Registration: 1. In order to

More information

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2640U. Wireless N 150 ADSL2+ Modem Router

Quick Installation Guide DSL-2640U. Wireless N 150 ADSL2+ Modem Router DSL-2640U Wireless N 150 ADSL2+ Modem Router BEFORE YOU BEGIN Delivery Package Wireless router DSL-2640U Power adapter DC 12V/0.5A RJ-11 telephone cable Straight-through Ethernet cable (CAT 5E) Splitter

More information

TRENDnet. www.trendnet.com. Quick Installation Guide. Product Warranty Registration

TRENDnet. <a href=mailto:webmaster@ trendnet.com> www.trendnet.com. Quick Installation Guide. Product Warranty Registration Quick Installation Guide Product Warranty Registration website at http://www.trendnet.com www.trendnet.com Please take a moment to register your product online.

More information

EASE Scan Tool Customers. SECTION I - Installation

EASE Scan Tool Customers. SECTION I - Installation Please Install Your EASE Scan Tool DVD Before Installing Any Other Software That Came With Your Package. SECTION I - Installation ATTENTION: Do NOT connect an EASE Vehicle Interface Device to your Computer

More information

Internet Services DSL INTERNET TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. 320.834.5151 888.236.3574 www.gctel.com. Help Desk 320.834.5155

Internet Services DSL INTERNET TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE. 320.834.5151 888.236.3574 www.gctel.com. Help Desk 320.834.5155 Internet Services DSL INTERNET TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE 320.834.5151 888.236.3574 www.gctel.com Help Desk 320.834.5155 Table of Contents Modem Troubleshooting Checklist - Page 2 Identify Your Modem - Page

More information

Almond. Quick Setup Guide

Almond. Quick Setup Guide Almond Quick Setup Guide 2 Contents 1 Introduction 1.1 Getting to know your Almond 2 Connecting your Almond as a Range Extender (Repeater) 3 Connecting your Almond as a Router 3.1 Using your Almond with

More information

MFC7840W Windows Network Connection Repair Instructions

MFC7840W Windows Network Connection Repair Instructions Difficulty printing from your PC can occur for various reasons. The most common reason a networked Brother machine may stop printing, is because the connection between the computer and the Brother machine

More information