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Connect a Home Gateway With an Ethernet Connection
Last Updated: Wed, 26 Sep 2012 > Related Articles
This article provides information on how to connect the Cisco DPC3825 and Netgear CG3000D home gateways with an Ethernet connection.
Items needed for an Ethernet installation
- Operating System CD
- Ethernet Cable
- Coaxial Cable
Note: If you are using a hub to connect multiple wired computers, a crossover cable may be required.
Connect one end of the coaxial cable to the cable wall outlet and connect the other end of the coaxial cable to the gateway.
Plug the gateway power adapter into a wall outlet and the other end into the gateway.
Note: Most gateway are "on" all the time and do not have a switch. If the gateway has a power switch, turn on the gateway and wait for the gateway to synch with the cable network.
Connect one end of the Ethernet cable into the back of the gateway and the other end into the back of the computer.
Check the gateway lights for proper status. Refer to the following articles: