This document describes the basic process of cabling and configuring the Internet access device, the Cisco 700 series router. For advanced cabling information, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide. For advanced configuration information, refer to the Cisco 700 Series Router Command Reference and the Cisco 700 Series Router Software Conﬁguration Guide.
Verify the PC Setup Before you begin, verify that each computer that will be connected to the computer has a network interface card (NIC) installed and TCP/IP loaded. Connect a 760 Series Router to a PC or Hub If you are connecting the router to a computer, connect the yellow Ethernet cable from the yellow Step 1 Ethernet port on the rear panel of the router to the Ethernet port on the network interface card on the computer.
Connect a 770 Series Router to a PC or Hub Step 1 If you are connecting to a computer, connect a yellow Ethernet cable from a yellow Ethernet port on the rear panel of the router to the Ethernet port on the network interface card on the computer. If you are connecting the router to a hub, omit this step.
Step 1 Outside North America, connect the orange ISDN S/T cable to the orange ISDN S/T port on the rear panel of your router. Inside North America, see the Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide for instructions. CO NFI G...
LED on the Cisco 772 and Cisco 776) on the front panel of your router turns on. Your router is now ready to be set up. If the green RDY LED is not on, refer to the “Troubleshooting Cisco 700 Series Routers” chapter in the Cisco 700 Series Router Installation Guide.
Setup the Router to Access a Corporate Network or Internet Service Provider A Cisco Fast Step CD-ROM and a RVS-COM Lite CD-ROM is included with your router. We recommend that you use Cisco Fast Step software to set up the router and RVS-COM Lite software for Common ISDN Application Programmers Interface (CAPI) support.
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