The gateway, or router? prerequisite home or corporate network performance.
That is why it is important a stable job, and you should be able to correctly install and configure the router to ensure smooth operation of its network.
Configure Router in Windows XP and Windows 7 a snap.
To get started, open the settings? Start ?, then? ?Control panel ?, and then click Network Connections menu. Click the right mouse button on the adapter for which you want to configure the gateway, and then click in the popup menu? Properties ?.
Click the? Network ?. Find the section? The components used by this connection? to change the protocol.
Open partition? Protocol TCP / IPv4 Internet? and click on? Properties ?, to change IP. You will be prompted to choose how to automatically obtain an IP-address and the addresses of DNS-servers and configure these settings manually.
Configuring obtain addresses automatically, you make your gateway DHCP-server. If you set the address manually, your main gateway to the IP-address that you entered.
When you have finished configuring the gateway, add routes to the network using the command line. To call it, click Start, click the? Run? and then type cmd in the window that appears.
Make new routes as follows: route -p add [destination] [mask subnet mask & lt-] [& gt-gateway] [metric metric & lt-] [if & gt-interface & lt -] & gt-, where the destination? IP-address, the subnet mask is automatically set - 255.255.255.255, the gateway will be the IP-address of the corresponding router, the metric should be lower, and the interface index you need to determine typing the route print command. You can skip this option and it will automatically be determined, due to the gateway address.