[access-uk] Re: Ethernet Cable

I hope this makes sense when I describe what needs to be done.  Here goes:

The initial connection must be wired so that you can enable wireless access to the router. When it is new, the wireless side is disable so has to be enabled through a wired connection.

The routers interface is presented as a web page and has links to various features of the router. There should be a link called "basic settings" or something similar. If you click on this, a wizard type of dialogue should present itself.

If it does, then this should guide you through.

However, without knowing the make and model of the router it is impossible to help further.

Let us know and maybe we can help more.

Regards.

Kulvinder Singh Bhogal
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----- Original Message ----- From: "Darran Ross" <darran.ross@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Access-UK" <access-uk@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Sunday, November 11, 2007 1:45 PM
Subject: [access-uk] Ethernet Cable


Hi List.

My sister is trying to set up her first wireless connection, but has become
slightly perplexed by one thing in particular! The directions and
accompanying diagrams show a physical connection between the router and the laptop via a Ethernet cable. Which means of course that its not wireless at
all!

Could someone please explain to a couple of wireless newbie's what this
actually means?

Many thanks.

Darran




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