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High Speed Internet > Setup

How do I connect more than one PC to my SpeedStream 5861, 3Com 812 Router, or D-link 504 modem to use my High Speed Internet service?

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NOTE: These instructions are for computers connected to a Frontier modem using NAT.

First, you'll need to connect the computer that is not currently using the High Speed Internet connection to the SpeedStream 5861 / 3Com 812 Router / D-link 504. You can do this by connecting one end of a RJ-45 (Ethernet) cable to the computer's network interface card (NIC), and connecting the other end of the RJ-45 (Ethernet) cable to an available port at the back of your High Speed Internet modem.

Second, you'll need to be sure that the particular computer that you're attempting to connect to the High Speed Internet modem is configured to Obtain an IP Address Automatically.

Click here for instructions to help you see if your computer is configured to obtain an IP address automatically.