Black Box FX850A manual

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    CUSTOMER SUPPORT INFORMATION Order toll-free in the U.S. 24 hours, 7 A.M. Monday to midnight Friday:[...]

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    3 FCC ST A TEMENT FEDERAL COMMUNICA TIONS COMMISSION and INDUSTR Y CANADA RADIO FREQUENCY INTERFEREN[...]

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    4 INTERNET SHARER NORMAS OFICIALES MEXICANAS (NOM) ELECTRICAL SAFETY ST A TEMENT INSTRUCCIONES DE SE[...]

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    5 NOM ST A TEMENT 10. El equipo eléctrico deber ser situado fuera del alcance de fuentes de calor c[...]

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    6 INTERNET SHARER TRADEMARKS The trademarks mentioned in this manual are the sole property of their [...]

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    7 T ABLE OF CONTENTS CONTENTS 1. Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . [...]

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    8 INTERNET SHARER 1. Specifications System Requirements — Internet dialer software: Microsoft Inte[...]

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    9 INTERNET SHARER 2. Introduction With the Internet Sharer, up to 3 users can access the Internet us[...]

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    10 INTERNET SHARER 3. Installation 3.1 What the Package Includes The following is a list of the item[...]

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    11 INTERNET SHARER Figure 3-1. What’s included in your package. Internet Sharer Unit (4) 15-ft. (4[...]

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    12 INTERNET SHARER 3.2 System Requirements To use the Internet Sharer, you’ll need: • Windows 3.[...]

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    13 INTERNET SHARER - DNS (Name-server address for Mac environment) - Provider’s phone number • L[...]

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    14 INTERNET SHARER Figure 3-2. Attaching the modem to the PC. Your Modem Serial Cable (Do NOT use su[...]

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    15 INTERNET SHARER 3.4 Installing the Internet Sharer in a PC Environment Having previously confirme[...]

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    16 INTERNET SHARER For additional cabling information, refer to Appendix A . Figure 3-3. Installing [...]

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    17 INTERNET SHARER 3.5 Installing the Internet Sharer in a Mac Environment Having previously confirm[...]

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    18 INTERNET SHARER Figure 3-4. Installing the Inter net Sharer in a Mac environment: 1. Connect the [...]

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    19 INTERNET SHARER Figure 3-5. Macintosh computer (MINI 8 DIN) to the Inter net Sharer cable. M AC D[...]

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    20 INTERNET SHARER • Close the window and save your settings. Figure 3-6. Modem screen.[...]

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    21 INTERNET SHARER TCP/IP Settings • Click on the Apple menu. • Select Control Panel . • Click[...]

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    22 INTERNET SHARER Dialer Settings • Click on the Apple menu. • Select Control Panel . • Click[...]

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    23 INTERNET SHARER Appendix A: Serial Cables A.1 Cable and Connector Information The following infor[...]

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    24 INTERNET SHARER A.1.2 C ONNECTOR T YPES The different connector types used to connect an Internet[...]

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    25 INTERNET SHARER A.2 Serial Cables Use a female DB25 (or female DB9) to female RJ-45 adapter and a[...]

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    26 INTERNET SHARER A.2.2 C OMPUTER (DB9) TO THE I NTERNET S HARER Use a female DB9 to female RJ-45 a[...]

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    27 INTERNET SHARER A.2.3 M ACINTOSH COMPUTER (MINI 8 DIN) TO THE I NTERNET S HARER Use a standard Ma[...]

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    28 INTERNET SHARER A.2.4 I NTERNET S HARER TO THE M ODEM Use female DB25 to female RJ-45 adapters wi[...]

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    29 INTERNET SHARER A.3 Using W all Cables If your PCs are far from each other or the Internet Sharer[...]

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    30 INTERNET SHARER Figure A-6. Example using wall cabling. DB25 or DB9 to RJ-45 adapters (supplied) [...]

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    31 INTERNET SHARER Appendix B: T roubleshooting B.1 Common Problems Here are some of the most common[...]

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    32 INTERNET SHARER You should receive a message from the Internet Sharer confirming the speed. If yo[...]

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    33 INTERNET SHARER Make sure the IP address is the same on all PCs. For example if one PC is set at [...]

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    34 INTERNET SHARER Select PPP in the Connect via field Select Using PPP Server in the Configure fiel[...]

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    35 INTERNET SHARER B.2 Contacting T echnical Support If you are unable to solve your problem with th[...]

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