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Platinum Edition Using® Microsoft® Windows® XP by Brian Knittel, Robert Cowart

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Installing Network Wiring

When your network adapters are installed, the next step is to get your computers connected together. Installing the wiring can be the most difficult task of setting up a network. How you proceed depends on the type of networking adapters you have:

  • If you're using wireless adapters, of course you don't have to worry about wiring at all. Just follow the manufacturer's instructions for configuring the wireless network adapters.

  • If you're using phone-line networking, plug a standard modular telephone cable into each phone-line network adapter and connect them to the appropriate wall jacks. The adapter must be plugged directly into the wall jack, and then additional devices such as modems, telephones, and answering machines ...

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