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connecting up computers via a hub

by 4p / May 24, 2006 4:24 AM PDT

Hello all, i have aquiered a hub (5- PORT)and would like to use it to do a bit of gaming over the summer. problem, is that i don't no how to connect it up to the computers. e.g what cables i need, in which hub slots. And if i need to do anything else. will i then be able to put a game in and start playing?

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Need More Info
by Darton Fury / May 24, 2006 9:03 AM PDT

Tell us which hub, how many computers you have, what operating systems are running, type of Internet connection, wireless or Ethernet NICs?

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You can not play game, using only a hub.
by Gakada / May 24, 2006 5:11 PM PDT

you need a router .. then the hub can be used to add port (if needed)

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