If you hook a Ethernet cable from modem to ps3 will it blow up the modem?
You are supposed to connect an ethernet cable from the modem to whatever device that needs an online connection and if you have 2 or more items connect the router to the modem with an ethernet cable and then connect the devices to the router with ethernet cables
With an ethernet cable from your router or modem
How do you set up Xbox Live. so i need to buy another Ethernet cable. one going from modem to x box and another going to computer?
you plug the ethernet cable in the back of the xbox and then you hook it up to the computer modem.
Can you possibly hook up Xbox live with Ethernet cords plugged in from an Xbox 360 to an alcatel speed touch high speed internet modem thing?
Well I connected my to a modem, first plug your internet cable into the wall then into the modem, then get an ethernet cable (Comes with pro and elite console packages) and plug it into the modem and the back of the xbox.
Use an ethernet cable and plug that in from your modem or a router then into your xbox 360
yes you can i tried i and it worked yes you can i tried i and it worked
Use a router or switch to share one internet connection. You can purchase a wired modem very cheap and then hook an ethernet cable from it to the PS3.
a modem takes cable input and output goes to only 1 Ethernet cable. A router takes the 1 Ethernet cable and makes it so that you can hook up four or five Ethernet cables. a wireless router allows you to hook up 4 or 5 Ethernet cables and unlimited amounts of wireless receivers. If you only have 1 computer, you don't need a router. You only need 1 Ethernet cable. To put it in simple… Read More
Once you ave plugged your Ethernet cable to your modem just hook the other end up to your gaming console/computer and that's all you have to do. you should then be connected to the internet! youtube.com/unlimitreflex
Plug the ether cable into the router's in ethernet cable slot and the other end of the ethernet cable into the modem's out ethernet cable slot. Then try to make a internet connection from the settings menu of the PS3 network connection which will first search for a ethernet cable then look for a WiFi signal and hopefully yours will be the strongest. see related link to help with the connection
You first need to sign up for an Internet Service Provider (ISP). They will hook you up with service and give you a cable or dsl modem. From there, install the cable or dsl modem, install the software they gave you on your computer, plug in the cable or dsl modem. you know should have HIGH SPEED!
If you already have a cable or DSL internet service provider (ISP) and a modem you will need to purchase a router and an ethernet cable. The cable runs from the router to the PS2 and provides access to the internet once connected
All you really need is the DSL modem itself, an ethernet cable, a telephone cord to go from your wall jack to the modem, and a network card.
The phone company will provide a DSL modem for you. Connect the DSL modem to the phone line with a phone cable, to your computer with an ethernet cable, and to electrical power with its wall wart power supply. All of these cables are usually supplied in the box the DSL modem came in.
Purchase a router and an ethernet cable and connect the router to the cable modem and then connect everything to the router if you get the wireless router then you connect wired devices to the back of the wireless router and you can go WiFi to connect the PS3 or connect it with ethernet cables for a better connection.
How do you hook up a cable modem to a wireless router to a ps3 ethernet with out interfering with the wireless in my laptop?
If you connect your modem to the router, and then using one of LAN port (router's) connect the PS3 to the router, you will not interfere with wireless signal at all.
What do i need to hook up my ps3 to my PC i have comcast internet service please be nice with your responses thanx?
You do not hook up the PS3 to your computer, but to the modem for the Comcast Internet Service. If you do not want to purchase a router Comcast will rent you one. The cable that leads to your computer from the modem is an Ethernet cable. You can connect a PS3 wireless to the internet if you have a wireless connection or have purchased a wireless router. The connection can also be wired with… Read More
You can connect your Xbox by wireless or wired (ethernet).
i am using it right now, my modem and wireless network tucked away in a bedroom closet, and me at the kitchen table... sweet you dont need to have a wireless connection, you can use an ethernet cable to hook up directly to the modem.
Just plug in a DSL or Cable ethernet cable in the back of a PS3 and let the PS3 auto connect from settings menu
yes you can but why bother. your cable modem is wireless already, why need a router. only use router if modem is not wireless.
yes using an Ethernet cable
Not really an answer to your query. But why do you need to hook your wireless modem into your wireless cable modem? I recently got a wireless cable modem, and it manages everything on the network just fine. There are three of us and we can all use the internet and use the network printer, which is wireless, just fine.
Yes NO You need to connect your PS3 to to a Broadband internet and a Modem or router. Your computer is also connected to the internet. The PS3 must be connected with WiFi or ethernet cable to the internet.
Can i use my laptop internal modem instead of a dsl or cable modem to hook up to linksys router ethernet cable so i could get online for your PS3 and laptop?
Sorry you can not. The laptops internal modem is mostly a PSTN device. This means it can only be used by phone lines. ADSL and Cable modems work in a different way. If you want to connect a laptop and a PS3 to the Internet a Linksys Router with multiple LAN connections must be used. The setup is then: INTERNET | CABLE/DSL Modem | Linksys router | | LAPTOP PS3
The PS3 requires internet access not digital cable and must be connected with a modem and an ethernet cable or through WiFi connection with cable or DSL wireless signal normally with a wireless router connect to the modem. How do I connect the PlayStation 3 computer entertainment system to the Internet? has been added as a related link
You don't use the cable cord. You use an ethernet cable of either Cat 5e or Cat 6 between the PS3 and the Comcast cable modem. If something is already connected to the cable modem like a desktop PC you must either disconnect it (switching back and forth as you want to use each device) or purchase a router and connect both the desktop PC and the PS3 to the router and the router to… Read More
Yes,but only if you dont have wi-fi (which i dont have)just buy a 20-ft cable or shorther the hook it up were it says ethernet also i am going to try using just one ethernet input place i only have one
hook your ethernet cord to your modem then to your wii. ( back slot somewhere I think).
Yes you do need an internet connection to play online on PS3. If you have an internet connection you can hook up your PS3 using an Ethernet cable. You must make sure that the cable is in fact an Ethernet cable before plugging it in to avoid damage to your PS3 system.
Yes you can. If you have a DSL or Cable broadband internet you just need to hook the modem's ethernet cable to the computer and your set to go. (of course after you configure everything) If you don't have a ethernet port and just a wireless laptop then you will need either a wireless modem or a wireless Router. The Modem just hooks to the router then the router connects to all your networkable devices… Read More
You hook it up by either connecting a wireless networking adaptor or an Ethernet cable.
If you have the newer 'Slim line' PlayStation 2s then you just hook an 1 end of the Ethernet cable into the Ps2 and the other end into an Ethernet wall jack/router. If you have the older 'Fat' PlayStation 2s then you need to buy a network adapter which hooks into the back of the PlayStation. Then you hook an 1 end of the Ethernet cable into the Ps2 and the other end into an… Read More
All the ads showing features for the PS3 state Online connectivity requires broadband internet service and network devices such as a DSL or cable modem. Most people who have this also require a router and an ethernet cable or a wireless router to allow connection of more than one device to there internet service. Once the PS3 is connected with an ethernet cable or you have a wireless router then you go to the PS3… Read More
You have internet with cable dsl modem can you hook the laptop to the modem using usb lap top only has printer portserialcom port mouse keyboard connection and monitor hookups?
No. If your laptop does not have the port required to use the modem and at the very least has a PCMCIA card slot, you must buy the necessary PCMCIA card, such as an ethernet adapter, assuming your cable or dsl modem uses such a connector. There is now this USB LAN (try goggling the image) adapter where you can connect the modem's cable to your laptop, It's cheap, handy and it works just fine.
There is a LAN port in modem, use a LAN cable (CAT-5/5e, CAT-6) and connect to the router in the port which signed as "internet".
The PS3 comes with an A/V cable for a standard TV connection. If you want a HDTV connection you need a HDMI cable for HDTVs with a HDMI slot and a Sony PS3 optional component cable for HDTV with only a component connection. If you want an internet connect you need a broadband internet service and connection devices to allow ether ethernet or WiFi connection from your router or modem. For cable internet users that… Read More
Your best shot is probably with either a usb 2 usb cable or 'crossover' ethernet cable.
if you have a router, then take a Ethernet cable and hook it up to your computer and your router
Yes that is why the PS3 has a plug slot. The only way a PS3 can be connected to the internet is WiFi or ethernet cable
Can you somehow network your internet connected computer so you can plug a wireless router into the computer and have this router broadcast WiFi signals that your wireless devices can connect to it?
You can. You have to have the following things to make it work: 1. A modem ( if you have cable/DSL you have one.) 2. An Ethernet cord 3. A wireless router The first thing you have to do is take the Ethernet chord and plug the one end into the modem and the other end into the input of the wireless router. most wireless routers have more Ethernet ports on it. All of your… Read More
You can buy a Wi-Fi USB connector from Nintendo; you place it in a USB port on your computer and it broadcasts your internet connection to your Wii. You can also buy an ethernet modem and get the Nintendo Wifi ethernet adapter and hook up your Wii to the internet. You have to have a cable or telephone jack around though to do this.
Looks like a cable with phone looking plugs on each end, but they are larger and heavier. You must purchase one long enough to go from the back of your PS3 to your router or cable modem. I found a 50 foot one on Ebay for $20
Yes,,,,, if you mean, if you can hook up a Web type camera via the Ethernet cable and receive the signal. Most outdoor cameras have an ethernet hook up to allow that.
Ether use a ethernet cable from your router to the Xbox. Or hook it up wirelessly.
Yes you have to pay if you are going to have someone do it. I really don't know your facts and whether you already have broadband cable or DSL or are paying for them to come out and make a connection. If you do it yourself the ethernet cable will run under $15 for an Ebay But it now on a 50 foot Belkin gold Cat 6 ethernet cable if you need one that long… Read More
You need to connect the router directly to the modem using a LAN cable. Use router's "Internet" port to connect it to the modem.
I'm not an expert on the subject, but as far as I know you can connect to Xbox LIVE by: -Wireless -Ethernet Cable -ICS (Internet Connection Sharing, must have ethernet cable) I use ICS, and it works pretty well. For wireless, first you need to buy a wireless adapter (Available at all good retail shops), plug it in to the back off your Xbox and voila! The further away you are from your router/modem, the… Read More