New network set up Tags: Routers LAN Networking Last response: January 5, 2013 8:45 PM in Networking Share ejglick January 5, 2013 6:52:56 PM is it possible to setup a wired local area network using time capsule 2T as the router? More about : network set RealBeast a b X LAN January 5, 2013 8:45:49 PM Yes, and if you need to attach more than 3 devices by Ethernet just add an inexpensive switch. m 0 l Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources SolvedWireless Network Set-up for a new build Forum how can i set up a home network with access for an apartment and still keep both separate without bringing in a new drop Forum New network(s) set up Forum Problems getting New Motherboard set up (audio/network) Forum New Build...can't set up network printing Forum Setting up a new network/domain Forum SolvedLooking for advice on wireless network set up at home Forum SolvedHow to set up three different wifi systems from a single cable modem: 1 primary home network and 2 additional guest networks. Forum SolvedHow to set up 2 router network but with preventions Forum SolvedIf I set up a wireless on my home network and then turn off the main router, will the wireless router still work? Forum SolvedFinally getting decent internet. How should I set up my network? Forum SolvedCan I set up a network WLAN and LAN so that WIFI goes over the internet but games use the LAN? Forum SolvedHow would I set up my home network with a modem, router (that lacks Gigabit ethernet), and an 8-port switch? Forum SolvedWhat is the best way to set this up linksys home network? Forum SolvedHow do you set up a wireless network on a college campus? Forum SolvedShould i use a second wireless home network to set up my desktop pc to the internet ? Forum SolvedSet Up A Large 50 km square Wireless Network Forum Setting up network for new laptop Forum What's wrong with my network set up? Forum Help with setting up home network with new DSL line. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !