How do you get to your router from your computer?
Typically, one of three ways:
An ethernet cable, which is the most common. Merely connect an ethernet cable to your computer and the router.
A USB cable, less common. Same connection.
A Wireless system (WiFi), becoming widespread. Requires WiFi antennas on both the router and the computer.
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This will often come up because the Router you are talking about would be a wireless router. The computer is sensing that an ethernet cable is not plugged in from the router to your computer. This will often come up because the Router you are talking about would be a wireless router. The computer is sensing that an ethernet cable is not plugged in from the router to your computer.
yes you can use a wireless router with a computer.
It is a router.
It is different for every router and computer. It should be in the router software that you set up the router with. JUST JOKING!
For a wireless router to work does the computer with ist have to be on is the other computer to get the wireless signal from that computer?
If you do have a wireless router on, you don't need any other computer to be on, say if you have a laptop downstairs, and a computer with the router upstairs, the computer can be off, but the router has to stay on, and you can access the internet using the laptop from downstairs, if you have a good enough signal. Hope this helps!
Is there any computer online using the router. If not then you will need to connect the computer to the router. If yes then you can open the router set up page on that computer. router set up page is the page where you can check all the router settings. Try this web site: fixhomenetwork.com
Yes....the router won't mind a bit, neither will the computer.
No, you don't, but you should have a wireless network card installed in your computer in order to receive/transmit signals from/to wireless router. Of course, if your wireless router has ethernet ports, you can attach computer with a cable, but in this case router will be working as traditional ethernet router, not wireless.
A "wii router" is any router you can buy from most computer stores or online.
Why is my router giving internet to my brother's computer and my parents computer but not to my Ipod PS3 and sometimes my computer?
You might have entered the password on your iPod, PS3, and computer and then the password for the router changed. Or, your router only allows a couple of devices to connect at once.
A computer needs to be connected in a router insist of giving it an automatic IP address
A wireless card in your computer, or a wireless USB stick, in order that the computer can connect to the router
No, a main computer is not necessary as the router can be plugged into a socket.
Computer-Router-Internet with a phone Internet like Talk-It, it's Computer and Phone-DNS-Router-Internet
A computer router is needed in your home to provide internet. If you do not have one of these, you can not have wireless internet on your laptop which could be a hassle.
PLug an ethernet cord into your router port and the other end into your computer
There is no need to turn off your router when you turn your computer off.
Connect the wireless modem with the router correctly. The computer will wirelessly connect to your modem through your router. Make sure to set up your computer correctly too.
Between a Router and a computer they have CPU'S, RAM, ROM, and an Operating System. Those are the only things that a Router and a Computer have in common.
when you are connecting same devices like computer to computer or switch to switch or router to router to use cross over cable. when you are connecting different devices like computer to switch or computer to router to use straight cable.
It depends on what you mean by "plug in" and "computer". It also may matter what particular type of wireless router you have. It's fairly common for a wireless router to also be a wired router... that is, it may have several downstream TCP/IP ports you could connect a computer to. Then again, it may not. It will always have an upstream port. This can be connected to a computer, to a cable or DSL… Read More
Yes, but it is probably cheaper to buy a router with both.
You'll have to get it from the router software in the computer that is controlling the router.
You hook two computers to one modem by getting a router. Then you hook the router to the modem and you hook each computer to the router. You can also run your printer from the router. If your computer has bluetooth or wireless, modern routers can communicate with your computer or printer in a different room.
On a good router, yes. Most of the cheaper ones require you to run a CD on each computer that connects to the router.
like a modem but modern version between phone cable an computer Answer: its not!... a router is an external device or hub separate to the computer for the above use and connections
If you have broadband, plugging another computer into the router will have no effect.If you still rely on Dial-Up, then it will cost more. For easier access, buy a wireless dongle for your computer to connect it to your router with ease.
How do you use a router with a dsl modem bc The router instructions say to plug the Ethernet cable into the computer and To do that you have to unplug the DSL modem's Ethernet cable from the computer?
Yes you take the internet access from the modem to the computer and move it to the router so the router can allow more access than just to the computer. In the back of the router there are spots for ethernet cables only one is a input and that comes from the modem and should be connected. There should also be 4 or more outputs and one then gets connected to the computer. You will… Read More
Can someone access your computer if your router is unsecured but the computer is directly plugged into the router?
Without being long winded and full of IT jargon - YES THEY CAN!
No. Ethernet is standardized, you can use any brand of Ethernet router (or switch) with any computer brand.
No. You just have to hook the router to a landline or DSL modem as you would a desktop computer.
A wired modem or router is one that you must connect to your computer with an Ethernet cable in order to connect the computer to the internet.
Did you mean "What is a wireless router?" A wireless router is a device that allows devices such as your computer to communicate and access the internet.
there's the monitor and the main computer router
No. You need a wireless router, though you don't necessarily need a computer.
The only part I could think of is the router. A router communicates information between two or more computer networks.
A router is a piece of equipment that takes Internet information from the cable or telephone lines and routes it to your computer in a way that allows your computer to correctly read the information. A router can be used for direct or wireless connections.
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… Read More
only to configure it, after that, no.
You don't. You connect a PS3 to a router or modem and then you also connect the computer to the router or modem. Your internet service goes to the router or modem also. If you modem only has a single out plug you can switch back and forth between the PS3 and the computer until you purchase a router or get a modem with more outputs
The RVO42 router supports four different connections to computer systems. The RVO42 router can be bought from Future Shop, PC World, Best Buy and The Source.
What Squirrel Man said is right on target: the modem is the initial communication device for providing Internet service to the home. It translates the ISP service signal into Ethernet so that your home computer can communicate and vice versa. Think of the modem this way: you and your computer speak English but the big bad world of the Internet speaks some unknown and unidentifiable foreign language. The modem is the interpreter which knows both… Read More
A router does not require configuration, you just need to connect the second computer to the router either through an ethernet cable or wirelessly. Router configuration is not required.
If you have a wireless router just get a wireless adapter for the computer. It can be USB or PCI adapter. And connect your new adapter to the router in the same way as you connected the first computer.
Yes, but you may need a computer to set up the router first. After the setup is complete, you can use the XBox360 without the computer.
Not necessarily. Although a computer needs wireless access to the router, you can purchase a wireless adapter that attaches to the outside of your computer if you don't have an internal card.
There is not a way to monitor a app from a router. You can only monitor it from the computer.
either ethernet router or wifi router
buy a wifi usb stick . or a lan router