How to set up a computer network

leadpenny
Asked May 20, 2011
XP, Vista, Win7?
Wireless or ethernet cabled?
LAN or WAN?

Microsoft's XP networking page:

http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows/help/windows-xp
Rob
Answered May 20, 2011
Connect your router to your modem connect your computer to the router then configure it. after that plug in switches, printers, etc. More detailed guides come with the hardware.
The_Fat_Crafter
Answered Oct 12, 2013
Edited Oct 12, 2013
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khushboo
Answered Apr 17, 2018
Hello there,

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thomasashwin
Answered May 29, 2018

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