Examining the Ethernet cable, you will see both ends are the same. Take either side and plug it into the Ethernet port on the gateway. Position the gateway, cables and power adapter in the proximity of your existing home network hardware (Wi-Fi router or modem). Locate an unused Ethernet port on the router or modem, and plug the Ethernet cable into it. If a spare Ethernet port is not available, you may need to purchase a network switch to expand your home’s network.
Articles in this section
- What is a gateway?
- What does “pair” mean?
- How do you scan the QR code on the gateway?
- What’s a USB or Micro-USB cable?
- How do you connect the gateway with the USB or Micro-USB cable?
- What’s an Ethernet cable?
- How do you connect the Ethernet cable?
- What should I see when I first plug the gateway into power?
- Any tips on pairing other devices to your gateway?
- I need technical support for my gateway. What should I do?