How to setup local area connection via router Tags: Wireless Routers Connection How To Computers Networking Last response: March 25, 2010 1:31 PM in Networking Share Anonymous a b F Wireless March 25, 2010 1:22:24 PM Hello, i want to add a computer to my router(not wireless) but forget how to setup. What should I do? More about : setup local area connection router Anonymous a b F Wireless March 25, 2010 1:31:04 PM Link the new computer to router via an ethernet cable. Then start your browser. If things don't work go to Control Panel, Network Connections. If you are trying to link two local computers via the router remember to turn off firewalls in both computers while establishing the link via "add new network place". Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: Forum" Local Area Connection "doesn't have a valid IP config ForumLocal area connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration ForumHow do you share a internet connection to a USB Modem via a Router ? ForumLocal Area Connection "doesn't have a valid IP configuration ForumHow can I fix a problem with my local area connection adaptor driver? ForumLocal area doesn't have a valid ip configuration ForumRouter cannot connect to the internet ( via cable-modem) ForumLocal Area Connection on xp shows unplugged. Wireless network with a new Linksy ForumLocal area conection doesnt havea valid ip configuration? ForumLocal Area Connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration Forum**The Ultimate Modem/ Router Setup Thread** ForumLocal area connection doesnt have a valid ip configuration ForumWired Connection , Unidentified Network, Local Only ForumLocal area connection doesn't have a valid IP configuration Forum" Local Area Connection " doesn't have a valid IP configuration Forum" Local Area Connection " Doesn't Have A Valid IP Configuration ForumLocal area connection dosent have a valid IP configuration ForumHow to setup a 1GB Gigabyte Network ForumWNDR3700/Win7 64bit: puts TWO network adapters on PC and NO connection ForumNeed to buy a new router ASAP! Help please! More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !