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Re: smcwbr14-G installation
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I'm in. I had connected my cable from the PC to the wan port. When I
connected the PC to a lan port, I go to the setup menu.

Any advice about using this router as a wired access point?

In the setup, for instance it asks about my connection type: I selected
cable modem.
It then asked for my hostname and I am not sure what to enter there. I get
my internet through Cox cable via their modem. This access point will be
connected by cable to my present Trendnet router.


Jeff Removed) wrote:
> I have an old smcwbr14-G router that I want to install on an XP PC
> and then use it as an additional wired access point but I can no
> longer find its installation CD. I went to their website to see if I
> could download it but all I could find to download is the manual.
> Is it possible to install a router without its setup CD?
> I reset it pressing on the reset button.
> When I connect it (Ethernet cable) with my PC and go to
> (from the manual I downloaded) all I get is that
> the browser cannot connect.
> Anything else I can do?
> Thanks
> Jeff

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