You will need
- router TP-LINK TL-WR841ND;
- - a laptop with a working Wi-Fi module.
When using a router TP-LINK TL-WR841ND you can connect up to 4 computers to your network, as well as an unlimited number of devices with Wi-Fi interface. To connect your laptop to the Internet via a wireless connection it is not necessary to have a home computer, you can configure the router using a wired connection on the laptop.
If you are a user of Windows XP, the connection is made by the applet, "local area Connection Properties". Click "start menu", select "Connections" then "Show all connections".
In the opened window click the right mouse button on the icon "local area Connection" and click "Properties". Place the cursor on the item "Internet Protocol TCP/IP" and click "Properties".
In the opened window check the "Use the following IP address" and fill in the following fields: IP address 192.168.0.1 (standard ip for this connection type), the subnet mask is always set automatically, after clicking on the empty field to this value. Click "OK" to close the window the connection settings.
For the operating systems Windows Vista and Seven you need to do the same, but the name of the applet has a different name - "network control Center".
After performing these steps, plug the router according to the scheme specified in the instructions for use. Don't forget that you need to install special software (small CD-ROM included). You can also download the firmware from official website and install it. After restarting the laptop and router you wireless access to the Internet.
If the signal has not appeared, try to configure additional PPPoE connection, a sample of which is also specified in the instructions.