MN-500 base station

Discussion in 'Broadband Hardware' started by shortcake1218, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. I have a DSL modem with an Ethernet hookup on the back.
    My only problem is that on the back of the modem, I think
    that there's a connection missing. I've tried the setup
    but the computer doesn't recognize the base station. In
    the instructions, it says to "unplug the modem Ethernet
    cable from the back of the computer" , but the modem is
    connected to the computer through a PS2 port not a cable
    in the back of the tower. Then it also says to take this
    and "plug it into the port label To Modem". The
    connections on the back of the modem are: power, USB, enet
    and DSL (for the line, which is also powered through a
    phone line connection). What cable do I need to plug this
    up? Will this Wireless Network work with my current setup
    or do I need something else to get it working?
     
    shortcake1218, Feb 24, 2004
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  2. shortcake1218

    joker Guest

    Is is the enet (also called Ethernet) one most likely. If that
    connection looks like the ones on the back of the router it should work.
     
    joker, Feb 25, 2004
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