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document General Setup Tips for Personal Routers
Introduction There are hundreds of personal router manufacturers and models being used today and it is not practical to provide individual setup directions for each model. Pavlov Media cannot recommend any specific model of personal router, nor can we provide step-by-step instructions for each individual router, but we will provide some general steps that will apply to all personal routers. We...
08 Feb, 2016 Views: 6760
document How to Connect a Personal Router
Connecting Your Router: Things you will need: 2 Ethernet cables. A router. The MAC address of your router (usually found on the bottom of the router). An account with Pavlov Media. Sign Up for an account here. Locate the MAC address on the bottom of the router: Note: the router has two MAC addresses. You will need to activate the MAC address for the WAN Port. If the MAC address of the...
20 Oct, 2015 Views: 76641
document Netgear Router Setup
01 Dec, 2017 Views: 7934
document Providing an Ethernet Connection in Wireless Only Environments
Introduction At some properties, there is only a wireless connection available, no wired Ethernet. For most modern devices; laptops, tablets, smart phones, etc. this is not a problem. But there are some cases in which a resident might require a wired Ethernet connection for an older desktop computer or to provide a private LAN to connect printers, game consoles, or other computers together. ...
09 Jun, 2015 Views: 12039
document Router Basics
Why do we want a router? What will it do for us? A home networking router is used to connect multiple computers or devices to a single Internet connection, whether it is a direct connection from a wall jack or through a DSL or Cable modem.. A router is different than a modem: your modem connects you to the internet via your ISP, while your router connects your computers to one another. These...
19 Oct, 2015 Views: 9994


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