"free lunch", this is what Home Networking
really delivers to most people and what draws
consumers down the isles of the retail store peering
at boxes. Let think about this for a
moment. Most households these days are quickly
justifying the expense (if it can be afforded) of
adding a second computer for the kids or possibly
the spouse instead (in many cases ladies, I realize
there may be a fine line between the two
anyway). Now, each one of these machines needs
access to the internet and printer service.
The rest is all pretty much self contained.
where the "free lunch" comes into
play. What if you could "share" that
printer and any files you would like, between two or
more machines? Oh and you know how little
Katie went from hogging the phone line for voice
calls to now draining bandwidth at a rate that dims
the lights in the neighborhood due to her marathon
AOL chat room conferences? We have a solution
for that too. It is called a "Internet
Sharing". Specifically, we'll look at a
simple "peer to peer" (no switch or hub)
setup that will allow you to share your ISP
connection, printers and files seamlessly without
even having to open your computer case.
DHN-920 USB Phone Line Network In A Box, is designed
to work through an available USB port and your
existing phone line connections already available at
your residence or home office. What could be
easier? Let's run down the details of the
and Features Of The DHN-920 USB Phone
Line Networking Kit
and Play - No Praying Required
Software and Games
is one of the most elegant SOHO (small office/home
office) networking solutions, we have seen to
date. Each Adapter Unit has a very small
for full view
you can see to scale, how tiny these little 10Mb
adapters really are.
you see here, there is a USB uplink port to your
computer's USB port and a set of RJ11 phone line
jacks that also pass through the connection to your
existing analog modem or phone hand set.
lets show you how things are set up here.
Setup and Installation