This is usually done through a Ethernet Cord. Usually cat5/5e/6 cable with an RJ-45 end. To connect the router and switch, use straight through cable.
the straight cable can connect switch with router
we use straight cable to connect between the router and switch as router and switch are different devices.
Have each LAN run to a separate switch. Then connect each switch to an interface on the router.
switch the printer on before the router
There are at least two ways. First, you connect the wireless router directly to the cable modem, and then the switch in the wireless router. You have to connect the cable coming from the modem in the wireless router internet port. Second, you connect the wireless router to the switch, again the cable coming from the switch you have to connect on the wireless router internet port. It's better to put the wireless router just after the modem, but it's not required.
A switch cannot function as a router. But you can plug a switch in to one of the ports on the router if you need additional ports.
Turn off dhcp in router settings.
Yes, it's possible. Connect the wire coming from the switch in the internet port in the router.
Connect a router to the DSL modem, and if necessary add a switch to the router. Then connect all of your systems to the switch and the router.
Yes. Just connect one switch strait into the router. Then hook the other three switches into the first switch. -DJ Craig
Provided the manufacturers are compatible you can connect your network swithc to your router.
Connect the broadband connection to a router, and connect the router ports to the individual systems. If necessary, extend the number of ports on the router by attaching a switch to one of the router ports and attaching multiple clients to the switch.
Just run a standard RJ45 network cable from each switch into one of the switch/LAN ports on the router. If the router only has one switch/LAN port you'll run one cable from the router to the first switch and a second cable from the first switch to the second switch.
To connect two devices of the same type together. e.g. To connect a router to another router, a switch to another switch or a computer to another computer. If you are connecting diferent devices together, such as a router to a switch, a straight through cable should be used.
A layer 3 switch or a router.
Connect them thru a switch and/or router.
You can connect them both. It is better to use a "switch" instead of a hub, but the hub will work, too.
To connect two devices of the same type together. e.g. You would use a crossover cable to connect a router to another router, a switch to another switch or a computer to another computer. If you are connecting diferent devices together, such as a router to a switch, a straight through cable should be used.
You need a router. The cable modem connects to the modem's uplink port and the switch can connect to any available port on the router. This wll enable any computers connected to either the router or the switch to access the internet. Through a Wireless Access Point/Gateway/Router. U can connect ur switch w/it's 5 wired pcs to the Router and ur wireless pcs to the router.
routers basicaly has 2 ports, one is uplink and 1 is downlink, is any1 is not assigned , anyone can be assisgned for connecting to the switch