Connecting to the Internet
Connecting to Time Warner Cable | LAN Hardware Requirements
Computer Requirements | LAN Configuration Requirements |
Connecting the SBG1000 to the Cable System | Cabling the
Ethernet or HPNA LAN | Obtaining an IP Address in Windows 98,
Windows 98 SE, or Windows Me | Obtaining an IP address in
Windows 2000 or Windows XP | Obtaining an IP address on
Macintosh | Connecting a PC to the USB Port | Setting Up the
Wireless LAN | Installing the Optional External Diversity Antenna
| Starting the Setup Program
This section describes how to set up the SBG 1000 Gateway on the LAN.
Before connecting the gateway to the Internet the following must be prepared:
1. Determine the type of connection best suited to the SBG1000 – Ethernet,
HPNA, Wireless, and USB.
2. A computer properly connected to the gateway as explained below.
3. Active Data Over Cable Internet service provided by cable modem
4. The Road Runner (ISP) configuration information for the cable modem
5. For Ethernet connection, Ethernet cables and Network Interface Card
(NIC's) with the accompanying software.
6. For HPNA, telephone jumper cables, HPNA interface cards, and the
7. For wireless connections, wireless adapters and the installation software
for the adapters.
8. For USB, a USB cable and the Motorola SBG1000 Wireless Gateway &
Cable Modem CD-ROM, which contains the software for a USB
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Connecting to Time Warner Cable
To connect to Time Warner Cable, complete the following:
1. Using a coaxial cable provided by Time Warner Cable, connect the coaxial
cable jack on the wall to the cable connector on the gateway.
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