You do not have to connect your router to your PC via ethernet cable, you can instead connect via wi-fi and your router must be connected to your hub.
In most cases you can.
If the is just a Hub, It will not work. You need a router/hub. A router/hub combination allows you to connect to your ISP and link all computers within your home. The cost is cheap and the installation is simple. I recommend you to purchase a router/hub at your local computer, electronics store. Follow the simple directions and you will be operational in no time.
if your wireless router has lan ports then the answer is yes.
Buy a hub or (preferably) a router. This will split your one internet connection into 4 or more (depending on hub/router model).
Router, Switch, Hub, etc.
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a hub or a router
Either use a crossover cable or connect them using a hub, switch, or router.
Not necessarily more than the price of a hub, or a router with four extra slots. Check at any PC store for a hub or router.
get a connector hub adapter
You need a router/hub. You then either connect your Xbox 360 via wireless or ethernet.
Hi, I think you are very new to networking. Router is a L3 device used to connect different networks, where the HUB is L1 device (Not L2) connects all the devices in the same network.
Assuming that the second AP features a bridge mode then yes. Otherwise, no.
You need to buy a wireless router and connect it to the modem.
A straight cable is used to connect a PC to a hub, switch, or router.
I have a PC, laptop and xbox running and i have a modem and router downstairs with a wire leading upstairs then a netgear high speed hub splitting my connection 3 ways to my PC etc , but i don't think u need a hub if your router has multiple ethernet slots.
No - a router can connect to a computer, another router, a switch, a hub, a bridge or a modem. If you are connecting to the Internet via DSL or cable company you will need a modem/router to connect to them. You then attach your computer (or computers) to that router. Routers are useful because they make decisions about which way a packet of data goes - this network or this network? If you have one network that doesn't go anywhere (connect to the Internet or another network) a router is of no use to you and a switch generally does wonderfully and is cheaper than a router.
A hub is 10 year old hardware technology used to connect more that one computer together (people use switches now, switches auto detect speeds). You usually use a router to connect to the internet
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Unshielded twisted pair (UTP). Typically Category 5 or better.
An expansion hub is a powered hub that is 2.0 and USB. It simply allows you to connect to devices that you were not able to connect to with a regular hub.
Connections between any two equipments of the same kind. For purposes of cabling, you can consider computers and routers as one kind of equipment, and switches and hubs as another kind. This aids in remembering which cable to use. So, you need a crossover cable to connect computer-computer; computer-router; router-router; hub-hub; hub-switch; switch-switch.