for well-functioning network operating systems Windows, lines not only connect to this network , as well as the presence among the hardware network adapter.In Windows Vista, the network configuration is done a little differently than other operating systems.
- NetworkManager applet "Network and Internet".
Before you start configuring the network with Windows Vista, check the user that you are logged in when the computer starts.To make any kind of adjustments need to be an administrator or another user who was granted privileges.Click "Start" menu, then select "Control Panel."In the window that opens, select the "Network and Internet" and click on "View network status and tasks".
You will see a window "Center Network and Sharing Center."Click the link in this window "Manage network connections" or click "View status" opposite the name of the connection (usually a LAN connection).
In the new window, click "Properties".In the window "Local Area Connection -
Properties" to uncheck the item "Internet Protocol Version 6", but activate the older version - "Internet Protocol Version 4", then click "Properties".
In the window "Properties: Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP / IPv4)» activate the switch on the option "Use the following IP-address" and "Use the following addresses of DNS-servers."In the fields «IP-Address" and "Default gateway", enter the following values: 192.168.xx (instead of "X" enter the values prescribed in the contract for the provision of your service provider).If these values are not present in the contract, therefore, is to enable another option - "Use IP-address automatically."The subnet mask is set automatically.The addresses of DNS-servers for each individual provider.
To check the connection must be created to run in Internet Explorer.Click "Tools" and deactivate the option "Work Offline."In your browser, type ya.ru, if a search engine Yandex booted therefore you configure the network.
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Local Area Network in Windows Vista is quite easy to configure.This can be done both in the office and at home.Simply purchase a special device, a router, which will bring together in one several available connections.
Select your Internet Service Provider (ISP), to set up a Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) or cable connection.For a DSL connection ISP, as a rule, it is a telephone company service provider.
Configure modem, router, or a device that combines the two functions of the data.Some ISPs are sent by mail, these devices connecting to their service, otherwise you will have to buy them.If you have a modem and a router, or a combination of these devices, follow the instructions of your provider or the appropriate instructions below.
Plug the modem into an electrical outlet.Connect one end of the telephone cable to the appropriate port device (WAN), and then connect the other end to a telephone jack.
Connect one end of an Ethernet cable to the LAN port (LAN) on your device, and then connect the other end to the appropriate port on your computer through which you want to connect to the Internet.Turn on (or restart) your computer.
Open "Internet Connection Wizard" by clicking "Start".Select "Control Panel", click "Network and Internet" by clicking on "Network and Sharing Center", then "Set up a network" and then select "Connect to the Internet."
Enter your login and password provided by your ISP and connect.If successful, save it.Start a browser and try to open any page, for example, www.google.com .In addition, the "Connection Wizard" can independently verify the performance of the connection through an exchange of information with other computers connected to the internal network.This can be done by pressing the corresponding button at the end to create a new connection.
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