Connecting to a wired LAN with Windows 10

You can connect a LAN cable to your computer to use the internet.

Please note: this feature may not be supported in all models, and its function and procedure may differ depending on the model.

Connecting to a wired LAN

1 Connect a LAN cable to the PC's wired LAN port.

Please note: check the location of the port, since it may vary between laptop and desktop models, then connect the cable.

Desktop

Connect a LAN cable to the port at the back of the desktop computer.

Connect a LAN cable to the port on the back of the computer

Laptop

If there is no LAN port on the side of the laptop computer, use a LAN adapter to connect.

 

If there is no LAN port on your computer, use a LAN adaptor to connect
2 Click the Start button on the taskbar and then click Settings.
Click the start button, then click settings
3 Click Network and Internet.
Click Network and Internet
4 In Status, click Network and Sharing Center.
In Status, click Network and Sharing Center
5 Choose Change adapter settings at the upper left.
Choose Change adapter setting
6 Right-click Ethernet and then choose Properties.

Please note: the name of the network device may vary depending on the model.

Right-click Ethernet, then choose Properies
7 Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), then click Properties

Please note: the name of the network component may vary depending on the Windows operating system.

 

To add network items such as client, service, and protocol, click install at the bottom of the network list.

Select Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4), then click Properties
8 Set up the IP to use, then click OK to save your settings.

Please note: if the IP is not automatically assigned, ask your network administrator for the IP address.

 

To enter a fixed IP address, click Use the following IP address and then enter the address.

Set up the IP to use, then click OK to save

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