How to connect my 3 devices to the internet with just one RJ45 connection Tags: Connection How To Devices Internet Connection Internet Networking Last response: September 7, 2010 11:11 AM in Networking Share tomcroucher September 6, 2010 8:44:49 PM Hello, I have: 1 Laptop 1 XBOX 360 1 TV All three of these devices need an internet connection, but my University only has one RJ45 port in the room. What devices can I buy that will enable me to do this? Any responses would be a great help Tom. More about : connect devices internet rj45 connection Anonymous September 7, 2010 1:49:15 AM Normally you would just add a router but some system admins on campuses won't allow (perhaps because of extra traffic or wireless issues). So check before you spend -- especially as you may need some help with settings. Anonymous September 7, 2010 11:11:07 AM Network switch. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumHow to connect two short RJ-45 cables to get a long one ? ForumHow do i connect 2 computers to the same modem using a rj45 splitter ForumHow to convert a Ethernet RJ45 port to a Wireless one ? ForumConnect a PC to the RJ45 port of a wifi repeater router? ForumHow to convert wireless internet signal to a RJ45 port? Forum802.11x That Attaches by RJ-45 10/100 Port? Forumexterior router and rj45 cables ForumINTERNET CONNECTION !!! ForumConnecting Android Mobile 2. 3 .6 to Wired Internet Connection in Laptop ForumTwo different internet connection to one equipment? ForumHow to use the wired internet broadband for my tablet pc ForumHow to bond two seperate DSL connections to create one faster internet ForumConnect 3 wired devices to router with 1 port ForumInternet Connection Sharing ForumHow do I connect 4 PC and one telephone line? Forum3 Devices : Desktop, laptop & Xbox--cannot connect to internet ForumRJ45 connection help ForumWiring a 2 pair cat 5 cable to a RJ-45 connector. ForumPulling DHCP from Cable Modem instead of wireless router ForumProblems connecting to internet with wired network More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !