The Belkin F5D7234-4 V3 router allows users to share their high-speed Internet connection and files with multiple computers on a wireless network. After you set up the Belkin F5D7234 V3 router, you can take advantage of the Wireless-G technology, which has improved networking speeds. The Belkin router features speeds more than five times faster than the industry standard wireless connections, as of 2010.
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Unplug the power supply of the modem. Locate the cable that connects the computer and modem. Unplug the cable from the modem and plug it into the Belkin router's grey port. If you are replacing an existing modem, disconnect the cable from the old modem and plug it into the new router's grey port.
Connect the new cable inside the Belkin F5D7234-4 box to the router's yellow port. Plug the other end of the cable into the modem.
Plug in the power supply of the modem. Wait 60 seconds for the modem to start up. Plug the power supply of the modem into an available wall outlet. Plug the other end of the power supply into the Belkin router's black port. Recheck your connections after the router restarts. The "wired" and "power" lights should light up in green after 20 seconds.
Insert the Belkin F5D7234-4 software disc into the computer's CD-ROM drive.
Follow on-screen directions once the set-up assistant appears on the computer screen. The set-up assistant automatically will appear when you insert the software disc into the CD-ROM drive.
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