You have two pcs. Do you need a network cable to cable to connect the tow pcs?
If you don't have at least two wireless adapters for your pcs, yes you have to have a network cable in order to connect two pcs.
If you were going to connect two PCs together in a simple network using the network ports on each PC what type cable would you use?
A Crossover Cable is used to connect 2 PCs (when a hub or switch is not used) to make the simplest network of all. (6th Edition, Page 852) Read More
If you were going to connect two pcs together in a simple network using the network ports on each PC what type of cable would you use?
Crossover Cable Read More
If you were going to connect 2 pcs together in a simple network using the network ports on each PC what type of cable would you use?
a Crossover Cable. Read More
A patch cable is a network cable that is used to connect a PC to a hub, switch, or router. A crossover cable is used to connector two PCs into the simplest network possible. Also used to connect two hubs. Read More
If both PCs have ethernet cards, the best cable to use would be a crossover cable. A crossover cable is almost the same thing as a regular ethernet cable, except the wires inside the connector are reversed on one end. This reversing of the wires allows you to connect a crossover cable between two PCs without any other network equipment like a switch or a hub. Read More
If you were going to connect two PCs together in a simple network using the network ports on the PC type cable would you use?
Cat5 or Cat6 cables with RJ45 connectors. Read More
You can only connect 2 computers together, using a crossover cable. If you want to connect more than 2 computers together, then you will need a wireless router, switch, or hub. Read More
A network card is used to interface with a network. A network is basically a connection of PCs and possibly servers, but also refers to your connection to the Internet If you want to connect 2 or more PCs together or connect to the Internet you have to have a network card. Read More
There is no way to hook a LCD to a router. The router is only made for "network" traffic. It's way different then the signals needed for the LCD. You only connect the ethernet cable from the computer to the router. Read More
For Ethenet networking crossover cords can connect two PCs directly without any intermediate network equipment?
Connecting two PCs directly using a crossover cable will enable them communicate without using any intermediate network equipment. The connection will work since a crossover cable has TX (Transmitting) and RX (Receiving) terminals that allow direct communication. Read More
How do I connect a network switch to a wireless home network I want to connect more than the 4 wired PCs that are I am limited to on my wireless router and the PCs are in other parts of the house.?
Just connect your network switch in one of four wireless lan ports. But if you are ready to spend more money you can buy wireless cards for all your PCs in that way you are not trapped with cables. Read More
A hub or switch must be used to connect 3 PCs together. Two PCs can be connected using a single crossover cable. Read More
Yes you acn use a hub to connect your computers. Just connect a cat5 network cable from each of your computers to the hub. It doesn't matter which port you plug the cat5 cable into on the hub. they are all the same. Also, if you might be interested in making your own cat5 cables. I have added a link on how to do ths. Read More
How can 10 computers on an ethernet network using a switch and 5 on a wireless network share an internet connection?
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. Read More
Bus networks are usually based in a single room and look like such: _ _ _ Computers :-----------------: actual cable line and terminators (cables would goto the PCs) _ _ _ more PCs The medium is a coax cable (looks like tv cable) and requires terminators on both ends of the cable for stopping the resonence of the signal. All pcs are directly hooked into the coax cable and any break in the cable will… Read More
If the Network Cards(NIC) has a feature called Auto-MDIX which is a computer networking technology that automatically detects the required cable connection type (straight-through or crossover) and configures the connection appropriately, thereby removing the need for crossover cables to interconnect switches or connecting PCs peer-to-peer. Read More
its hub but now switches are used Read More
cat5,cat5e $ cat6 Read More
Linda has been assigned the job of connecting five computers to a network The room holding the five computers has three network ports that connect to a switch in an electrical closet down the hall?
Im assuming you are referring to the thinking critically question of chapt 17 for A+. The answer is to try one of the nonworking PCs in a wall jack of one of the working PCs. if it works, then its the cable. Try using a patch Cable Read More
For one more details is needed to determain what Port you are talking about is pins male or femail is it a jack or usb port. The only thing i can guess is a serial port and that is (old technoligy) sort of speak but if you can find a cable you just connect the two to gether and find a bridging software. The best to connect through 2 computers is really the ethernet port… Read More
You can either connect them wirelessly or cabled: Wireless: -Wireless Network Router -Wireless network Cards on each computer Cabled: -Ethernet Hub/Switch -4 Ethernet Cables Read More
A router or possibly a data switch can connect two PC's to a DSL or cable modem. Read More
Internet was started as just a simple network between army computers. Then it was available commercially to people and all the restriction were removed in 1995. The reason that you have to pay for it is just like you want to connect to your friends computers. Like if you and your friend are playing LAN games then you are required to connect your PCs via LAN cable which might cost you something. When you connect… Read More
A switch is typically used to connect multiple computers in a single residential unit to a modem. Read More
Hi, You will need a properly configured NIC (Network/LAN adapter)on both the PCs,u can connect their NIC's back to back with a cross cable.Assign the IP addresses in the same network.Thats it... Read More
If you are asking what kind of cable you need in order to directly connect two PCs using the ethernet ports, then you want what is called a crossover cable (NOT a lan cable). Go to Best Buy or a similar electronics store and tell them that, and they'll know what to give you. Read More
You need a router, four cables in the case of wired network or four wireless cards (laptops don't need it because they have it). Plus a hardware firewall which can cost couple hundred dollars. Usually firewalls inside of routers are pretty good (in good routers) and it's not easy at all to hack it. Read More
1. Wireless Router 2. Two Wireless PCI cards 3. Wireless laptop card If using Broadband cable, e.g. from Comcast, you will also need a cable modem. Go to Linksys web site. They have excellent equipment and tutorials. Read More
You want to make a network of three pcs is it possible to install two network cards on a host machine and connect other two machines to the host and make a network?
forget that and use a HUB/Switch or wireless router Read More
A patch cable is a network cable that is used to connect a PC to a hub, switch, or router. A crossover cable is used to connector two PCs into the simplest network possible.but on the other side cross cable is just different then patch and used to connect different devices. Read More
A technician wishes to connect two computers to move data from one to the other before reloading the operating system The NICs on both PCs do not support autosensing feature Which procedure will sat?
Interconnect the two PCs with a crossover cable. Read More
What components are required to directly connect two PCs so they are able to participate in a simple peer-to-per network?
See related link. Read More
A hub is not required to connect three PCs and two PCs together. A switch is commonly used to allow multiple computers to communicate together. Read More
1 .buy a LAN cable and connect each end of the LAN cable to the LAN ports on the back of the computer. BEFORE ANY OF THIS you need to make sure that the two computers have the same OS:windows 7 ---XP----Vista 2. after that open this file on XP its name is My network places and on Windows 7 and Vista its called Network 3. now on the left of that fike there should… Read More
Yes. Well, unless you want to have separate cables and network cards to connect each computer to every other computer, you need some kind of central network equipment. Common options include a hub, and a switch. Read More
Yes. But most PCs do not have a DVI output, so you will need to purchase an adapter. Read More
A crossover cable can be used to directly connect 2 PCs or other host-type devices. This cable is created by switching the location of the transmit and receive cable pairs in the RJ-45 connector on one end of the cable. Read More
"RJ-45 Cross cable" is required for a direct ethernet connetion between two pcs between the same type of network devices (PC-to-PC, switch-to-switch, router-to-PC (Note: router and PC are LIKE devices, because both are DTE)) you use Crossover cable. to connect different type of devices (PC-to-switch, PC-to-router ..) you use Straight Through cable. Read More
How can i take a modem and connect a wireless router and a different wire to a computer so i can used wireless on one and wired on the other i tried a splitter but no luck it was a phone sppliter?
| modem | wireless router - - - wireless PC ... | | | +-------------------- wired PC ... | hub ------------------- wired PC \------------------------ wired PC ... Routers have extra ports for wired PC but if you need more you need to have a hub. A hub though uses a cross-over cable to the router all the rest uses a regular network cable. All PCs of the network must point to the router's IP address… Read More
cross cable, two LAN card one for each, ip address of same class, rj 45 connector, Read More
You can have a USB Serial (COM) port and you can connect PCs together using Serial (COM) port. Read More
can i connect an i phone to a metro service? Read More
Why crossover configuration of unshielded twisted-pair UTP for Ethernet cable is needed in connecting 2 PCs through Ethernet interface?
It is needed because you need to reverse the signals of a transmit line to a receive signal line. This is what network connectivity devices do, such as hubs, switches, etc. If you aren't using a connection device then the cable has to do that job. Read More
All 4 computers would need to be close enough to connect via Wi-Fi between them, that is what is considered an ad hock connection. All devices connecting via ad hoc wireless must possess a working Wi-Fi network adapter. You can get a Wi-Fi network adapter for around $20. Read More
Ethernet cables. What do you mean by "same 4 PCs"? if you mean connection them into the same port, you would need a splitter, if you mean connecting them into 4 individual ports, then use 4 individual Ethernet cables. Read More
I'm assuming a Wireless Access Point has already been set up with a router. If so then your PC needs a wireless Network card. If you have a wireless Network card and are using Windows XP or Vista, your computer will automatically connect to the wireless network. You can check it out with Start>Control Panel>Network Connections. You should see the connection as there will be three bars on the right hand side...if you have further… Read More
Yes. Most PCs do not have DVI video outputs, so you will need a VGA adapter. Read More
Analog Security Cameras are connected to PCs via DVR Capture Cards, such as the ones seen here: http://www.apexcctv.com/c-23-dvr-cards.aspx You take the BNC-style connection from the security camera and plug it into the BNC connection coming off of the DVR Card. Most of the time you'll need to run additional cable between the two. From there, you can use the supplied software to view & record the CCTV footage. As a general warning, all DVR cards… Read More