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Can I Share Dsl Using Only A N/w Switch

I have two computer at home I want to share information from one computer to another but I dont know how to go about it. Please assist me. Quote: From the manual"Ethernet and USB connectivity. We are both using a wireless BT hub/router.

thanks ok I just learned something, I neeed to have 2 network cards, right? The linked manual appears to be the manual from the manufacturer for his modem. If there's a hub in the equation, don't use crossovers. Database administrator? https://forums.techguy.org/threads/can-i-share-dsl-using-only-a-n-w-switch.673523/

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Can i share dsl using only a n/w switch Discussion in 'Networking' started by EvilAzza, Jan 19, 2008. Get the answer IceblueDec 4, 2006, 2:16 AM Many of the DSL modems supplied these days have a router built in. If you don't have a second network card in the PC I would recommend just buying a cheap router instead since I've found ICS to be a little unstable and it Did your ISP / DSL provider do any installation services at all, or did they just deliver the hardware to you and wish you good luck?It looks like your device has

Log In or Register to post comments Kenny Cheng (not verified) on May 9, 2004 Very detailed. su root08-28-01, 05:59 PMHere's what I do: DSL usually allocates 5 IP addresses or so per house. You don't mention if you are using Dial-UP on both PC's, or if you are using a Broad-Band hook-up, like Cable, or DSL. https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-share-an-internet-connection-with-a-router-via-ethernet I can't wait untill I set my network up I'm gonna play some ,many games against my brother.

I have a laptop which uses the wireless portion of the Modem, and is upstream of the router. Log In or Register to post comments Pm. On the My Network tree, I can only get down to the computer name on the wired. He sometimes has friends over and we would like to have some sort of a hub that can receive a wireless signal and then distrubute it to computers connected to the

If I buy a longer ethernet cable, can i hook up my modem to both computers simultaneously? (Computer 1 hooked up by USB, and Computer 2 hooked up by ethernet) Or I'm a bit confused :confused: If you're using a router, and you're going to have 2 or more computers on the network (Connected the the router), then you don't use crossovers. My home is a contemporary wood frame structure with a full basement, which makes wiring the house much easier. My desk is less than 20 feet from our departmental access point, but I could never connect faster than 2Mbps and rarely had a signal strength greater than 65 percent.

Thanks, Log In or Register to post comments henry (not verified) on Aug 13, 2007 Very detailed description of the installation, but I want to know the setup part of the These two computers are in the same room connected with an ethernet cable. Thank you Log In or Register to post comments David Cooper (not verified) on May 31, 2008 My problem is a bit different. If so, how?Ethernet: What happens if two devices connected to internet have same MAC address?

As part of a refurbishment of a former factory building to provide a mixed use (apartments/ small business office space/ retail and leisure), it is planned to provide a building-wide networking I'm having exactly the same problem and despite all the questions I've yet to find anyone with an answer. IceblueDec 9, 2006, 7:49 PM Quote: Well Ice, I have to disagree with you here and say that my vote is for a switch as per the modem instructions. The network switch in my office connects to my Internet edge device, (a desktop computer running Windows XP and Internet Connection Sharing—ICS—which provides a firewalled Internet connection for all networked computers

Mark Email Id removed for security View all 19 comments Report Nisha- Sep 4, 2008 07:37AM Hi, Even im facing a similar problem. Experience has shown me that mixing flavors of 802.11 devices and software can add significant complications. But although wireless vendors want you to believe that wireless networking is as simple as plugging in their devices, the reality is quite different.

It is also possible his DSL modem has a switch built in, too, in which case all he needs are cables.

To help, I've written an overview of wired and wireless networking configurations. Quote: Note this modem already has a built in router and I assume that this would allow for CAT 5 between both computers via a switch to allow the handshacking. Report quwat- Dec 30, 2009 09:21AM how to make computer to computer sharing i means file / document, plz say to me how I do this . This seems stupid, and even though this is not about my Netgear is particular maybe it applys to mine.

I have an odd situation with which I need some assistance. Log In or Register to post comments techfused on Sep 9, 2014 I am so confused.. If the modem does not have routing capabilities, then you need to use a router with the modem. and wireless broadband if one computer is connected to lan with wire(cable) as well as wireless; will it make the internet slow on other computers which are only connected to wireless

You can choose one or the other for connectivity but you can not use both simultaneously". Log In or Register to post comments [email protected] (not verified) on Apr 17, 2005 i am connected through my roomates wireless router, i use solely for internet access, i have two Typical and popular broadband routers include the Linksys BEFSR11 and BEFSR41; the Netgear RT311 or RT314; or the SMC Barricade (SMC7004BR). You can also map a drive on another PC to a local drive by using My Computer > Tools > Map Network Drive > Select Drive Letter and network path of