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how can I connect 4 pc with broadband through switch?


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#1 adhya

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Posted 24 October 2009 - 09:23 PM

I am going to start a cyber cafe with 4P.Cs and I have abroadband connection. Now how can I connect all these computers to my broadband through switch via an ADSL modem? Please tell me step by step with IP address configaration.

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Posted 24 October 2009 - 11:15 PM

You'd need to configure the modem to what is normally called bridge mode. This is where it is just a modem, it doesn't make the connection to the net. You can skip this step if you connect to the net with a "dial up" type connection on your PC. Then you'd buy a router, set it up with a PPPoE connection to make the connection through the modem to the net. Then plug the other 3 PCs into the router, one of them would have to be connected to make the changes.

I am not going to do what you should have been doing already, google the info. I have given you the basic info, do your own research.

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