How to install Hathway Connection Manually.

Posted on July 25, 2011. Filed under: cable, cable internet, hathway, manual settings, you broadband |

Hathway offers good plans in reasonable costs. and we need to work with their cable network.

I recently got the hathway connection for the my home, I got the cabel dropped as soon as possible with them.

I got their modem at late evening at their office, so there was no installation engineer available for the installation at my home.

So I had to install the connection at my end itself.

First screw the cable wire into the wire holder and fast the cable by winding the bolt already on the cable.

now plug the power cable.

then plug the LAN cables to the RJ45 on the modem with RJ45 port on the PC back side.

Power on the modem.

Then start the computer, the modem will take time for the acquiring the a IP address from the Hathway dynamic connections.

After five minutes the internet connection will be established and internet will start.

If the internet connection does not starts, then check for the lights on the front of the modem. Ideally it should be all lit well. if not check the connection at the cable to modem bolt. Else call the hathway personnel.

If the connection is very very slow then this is primarily because of the MAC id problem with the Hathway. Keep the apparatus “NO” and call technical Hathway personnel on the call center numbers. Also keep your account details with you for sharing the same with Technical personnel.

They will ask you the account number and will detect the modem you are using and will finally update their system for your MAC id and your modem will be validated and activated over the line. Then you will receive great speed.

For USB installation, be sure to connect the usb cable and most important the drivers are required for the installation.

If you have more problem, please comment.

Regards,

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