So, you bought a router today? Not sure how to hook it up? The diagrams below will show you waht to do! Click the images for a larger view.
Follow the instructions that came with your new router!
- Phone cord: thin (usually flat) wire with 4 pins in the connector
- Cable: thick round cable with a metal connector and a single copper wire in the center of the connector
- CAT-5: round cord thicker than phone cord, but not as thick as cable with 8 pins in the connector
If you have DSL
If you have a cable modem
How you need to hook it up
Where the wires go
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NOTE: If you are not well versed, or at least adventuresome with your hosting service and database management, just skip this article! Continue reading
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