Can you connect your xbox Ethernet cable to your pc and still get internet?
No. You need to connect the ethernet cable to a modem or router. You can disconnect the PC ethernet cable from the modem and connect an ethernet cable from the Xbox 360 to the modem until you purchase a router.
Can you connect your ps3 directly with your internet cable i dont have a modem nor router only internet cable can i still connect with that?
No. The PS3 can only have a wired connection with an ethernet cable. The only other connection that is possible is WiFi. The PS3 can only connect to the internet with WiFi or ethernet cable no other type connection is possible. You can not use the HDMI or USB port to connect the PS3 to the internet. I do not believe a router can be connected to the internet cable without a modem or that… Read More
You can use a switch to connect different pieces of equipment. For example, a standard ADSL router only has a port for a single Ethernet cable. If you want to connect 2 or more computers to the Internet, you can use a switch. In this case, the ADSL router and each computer connect to the switch, via a standard Ethernet cable. If you don't have an Internet connection, you can still set up a home… Read More
USB stands for Universal Serial Bus... If you meant to ask if you can use your USB port to somehow connect to the internet, then yes. You can get a USB wireless (Wifi) adapter if you have a wireless network (or wireless router, connect to a high-speed internet connection like Cable, DSL, etc...) If you do not have, or don't want a wireless network but would still like to connect to the internet through Ethernet… Read More
Can the ps3 since the comcast is wired internet do you have do you have to connect PS3 with the Ethernet cable to the comcast modem or you can get wirelees internet for the PS3?
You have to have a router to connect more than 1 item with Comcast Internet unless you also got the wireless router from Comcast. You can either go out and purchase a router either wireless, both, or Ethernet. I purchased a wireless router and then decided I liked the wired system better and purchased an Ethernet cable to hook up the PlayStation 3 because I saw that the router also had 4 Ethernet plugs in… Read More
Phone Lines were only used to connect to the internet with 56k modem. Most people nowadays have DSL or Cable which uses the Ethernet Port on your computer. Read More
Yes and no. If you want to just directly connect the two pc's together a cross-over Ethernet cable can do this. Cross-over cables are used to connect 2 like devices. Doing this will most likely require you to disconnect from the internet, unless your computer has 2 NIC's (ethernet ports) If you want to connect both computers together AND still have internet access a hub, or switch, or router is needed. Thus creating your own… Read More
'do i need a wireless lan card on my mesh computer to connect to broadband with bt hub i have network ready integrated 10100 Ethernet?
I also can not get my Mesh computer to connect to the internet. I have bought a netgear router and wireless adaptor. In addition, i have connected the router via ethernet cable-still no joy. The router works with other computers in the house so why not the Mesh? HELP Read More
depends if ur ps3 has wifi mine doesnt so then u need the cable otherwise just connect to wifi and start playing Read More
Yes if you want to have a wired connection instead of WiFi you have to purchase an ethernet cable. Read More
No you just go to Amazon Best Buy Walmart or many other stores and on line sites and choose a Wireless router and use the Ethernet cable from your Cable or DSL modem to connect to the router. Routers are known to have huge discounts over the retail prices and it pays to shop around. They also allow you to connect with an ethernet cable for a wired connection even if you purchase a wireless… Read More
Yes; Ethernet is really not a single technology, but a family of technologies. Details vary, for example between fiber optic and copper cable; but it is still considered "Ethernet". Yes; Ethernet is really not a single technology, but a family of technologies. Details vary, for example between fiber optic and copper cable; but it is still considered "Ethernet". Yes; Ethernet is really not a single technology, but a family of technologies. Details vary, for example… Read More
if ur using a Ethernet cable connect to ur laptop or desktop and enable local area connection but u still have to be connected to the wifi then u try it a couple of times and it should work Read More
It all depends on your internet connection. Try restarting the modem, and if it is still moderate or bad, it must be your internet connection. if your using WiFi, try and switch to an Ethernet cable if you can. Read More
A router is used for connecting multiple computers to a single connection, but it doesn't provide the actual connection. You still need a cable modem or a DSL modem to connect to the router to provide the connection to the internet. Usually on the back of the router there is one port marked internet or uplink that you'll need to connect to the modem you get. Read More
No, just connect the cable to the cable modem and then connect the modem to the computer. Read More
You do not need specific cables for the PS2's Ethernet jack. Ethernet is standardized; any CAT5 cable will work fine for use on a PlayStation 2. Read More
Your computer's internet connection doesn't work with usb you have 2 windows xp systems on the same hard disk one uses the ethernet just fine while the other only works with usb?
My family's Windows XP had a bad virus attack, and now it is barely struggling to pull through. Registry Values are corrupted, links stretch to false file names, and the program itself is now relatively unstable. Since I could find no way to fix it, I made a clean installation of Windows XP onto their backup partition, and restored all the documents and settings. The only problem is that now the Internet modem will not… Read More
If the DSL modem is connected to a router that Windows 98 is connected to, or if Windows 98 is connected directly via an Ethenet cable, then yes. Most new DSL modems won't work if you connect them via a USB cable, but the Ethernet will still work. Read More
Do you have to have a an Internet provider to have wireless internet connection to your laptop macbook since internet is not owned by anyone can't I just buy a wireless modem and connect to internet?
If you want to have cable or phone modem (internet, in order to use wireless internet you still need a provider) you need to have a contract with one of internet providers. The only exception is mobile phones with internet feature activated (I'm not sure if you can connect a wireless router to it). Read More
The PS3 must be connected to a TV of some kind. The PS3 internet connection has nothing to do with the A/V connection and is either WiFi or Ethernet cable Read More
There are two ways to connect your Xbox to the internet. First is using a wireless connection if you have a wireless router, ISP and wireless USB for your Xbox. Check tehnetwork setting make sure to set it to wireless mode to detect your access point and connect and enter the right password if there is. Second, you still need ISP and ethernet cord. You connect the XBox to your pc to share internet access… Read More
No sorry you would still have to pay Read More
Yes, you can plug a wireless router in an ethernet. But don't forget to use the wireless router internet port when you are connecting to an ethernet. Should the question not be "Can an ethernet cable plug into a wireless router?". If so, then yes it can. Usually there are a few ethernet ports on the back of your router. One bit of advice I would give is to watch out for the internet port… Read More
Internally, yes. But you still need an internet connection to have acces to online play our the PlayStation store. You could use a wirless connection or a ethernet cable. Read More
Your laptop, and probably your PC will probably not have 2 Ethernet ports to connect two Ethernet cables. It is possible to use both WiFi and your Ethernet port. It is also possible to add an additional Ethernet card to a PC or add a USB or PC-card based Ethernet interface. If you did have a machine with two Ethernet ports or wanted to use both an Ethernet port and a WiFi connection, there is… Read More
NO. You still have to pay for it. It takes a different converter box to get Cable TV. Read More
An offline code is aaytw-ftqn-wdgb-6ta5. Be sure ,if you still use Ethernet, to unplug the network cable! Read More
You cannot connect to a wireless internet with a lg viewty. It does not have built in wifi. However you can still through your mobile network, which can sometimes be pricey. Read More
No, you can't play Xbox Live without an internet connection. You'll still be able to play Xbox games but without the online element. You can either hook it up using a standard ethernet cable or using a wireless adapter. You'll also need to pay a subscription fee. Read More
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How do you hook up your fax machine to your computer if the fax machine only has a phone jack and an Ethernet jack?
Most computers still come with a phone jack expansion in one of the PCI slots, try plugging it into that, and ethernet cable into the onboard ethernet adapter. I dont use fax machines personally, so this is just a theory, but it should work. You will probably want to pick up an A/B splitter box with a manual switch at Radio Shack for like $10. Make sure the configuration is setup so the computer still… Read More
No. the PS3 can hook up with an ethernet cat 5 or 6 cable and be wired rather than wireless. There is a spot in the back of the PlayStation 3 to plug it in. You do not have to be online to use the PS3, however if you already have an internet source where you will be using the PS3 it makes sense to hook up the connection. I purchased a wireless router and… Read More
Even if you have a wireless network you still need your ISP. Your wireless router/modem are whatever you use, still has to connect to a jack on the wallw which has cable into your wall which, in turn, goes to the Internet. Your ISP is the only people who can supply you with that. ISP is the ones who hook up the wiring in your house to the telephone lines outside which goes to the… Read More
No, your PSP can connect to the internet when you are within about 50 ft of a wireless router that is connected to the internet. The router transmits a signal to the PSP, but the router itself still has to be connected to a modem that is connected to the internet. Read More
No, in order to download apps to your TI-83, you need a cable that connects your calculator and the computer, or a cable to connect to another TI-83. Read More
You can use the xbox 360 still but the adapter or an Ethernet cable enables you to get xbox live and play online Read More
The 20 GB PS3 does not have built in WiFi. You can still connect after you purchase optional equipment Read More
Even if you found a way to connect it is would not allow the Laptop to work and only serve as a HDTV for the PS3. You would not be able to use the laptop to influence the game play. The PS3 would still need the power source and controller and you would still need a separate WiFi or Ethernet internet connection for online play. You would merely be using the A/V output of a… Read More
Without getting too technical. Since a the cable connnection for your internet also carries the spectrum of frequencies to view any analogue cable station, most often referred to as Basic Cable. Most cable companies will install a video filter on the line, which blocks these frequencies while still allowing the necessary one's for the internet connection. Read More
Data link layer refers to things that happen within a single network; that's what a switch does. Only a router (or equivalent device, which I would still consider a "router") is able to connect different networks.The different networks may use the same technology (for example, Ethernet and Ethernet), or different technologies (for example, Ethernet and Wi-Fi); a switch is only able to connect parts of a single network that use the same technology (often this… Read More
There are several internet connections that do not require the use of a phone connection. 1. DSL DSL uses the same phone line to connect to the internet that is used for phone conversations. However, you can still surf the internet and talk on the phone at the same time. You will need a DSL modem (get from your service provider) and filters to put on all your phone jacks that has a phone connected… Read More
Current products will almost all connect with a standard Cat 5/5e/6 patch cable. Older (but still recent) products will either connect to a specific port on the switch (usually identified as an UPLINK) port, or require the use of a crossover cable. The issue is that ethernet sends and receives data on different pairs of wire. The newest generation of equipment is able to identify which wires to receive on, and which to transmit on… Read More
The iPad does not have an ethernet cable port, however it does have a Wi-Fi chip to allow it to connect to wireless networks. One possible option is to use a Wireless access point (the $99 Airport Express from Apple can be set up this way and is particularly portable). These are meant to create a wireless network from a wired one, nowadays most have routers built in but you should still be able to… Read More
Why does my laptop connect to my neighbors wifi modem but then says limited access and not let me online and how can i fix it without confronting them?
#1 What what you are trying is illegal, because you are trying to basically steal internet without your neighbors permission. It's like stealing cable. #2 There is nothing you can do about it. It is your neighbors configuration. And if you want to still connect to their internet you can ask them if they could allow you to connect, you could also pay they a small monthly fee to allow you. Read More
Most probably yes. If you have an internet connection which requires some client to connect, then you could just put your system on standby with internet on. When you re-log-in, if Internet still works, implies, it was always on. Read More
You can connect it through a traditional network cable. The computer needs a network card for that. It is still possible to get dial-up service over a telephone line. You can search for a local ISP (Internet Service Provider) that still supports dial-up access. Net-Zero is one such company. This requires a modem port on your computer. (don't confuse with an ethernet port, the connectors look similar, but the ethernet connector is wider than the… Read More
Dial up is still in use, but not commonly. DSL and Cable are the two leading internet services at the moment. The other alternative is a direct satellite internet connection. Read More
Unless you have a wireless connection, yes The prepaid Internet part is avoiding paying for minutes you don't use. The telephone, cable or wireless is the connection to the Internet you need to use it, Read More
I have cable provided by my apartment complex and internet service provided by a separate company. Can I cancel my internet service and still pull internet from my existing cable service?
You can cancel your account as long as you don't have locked-in period or contract from your ISP and then maximize the cable given by your apt. Resources: http://www.t1everywhere.com/ Read More