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to, the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for
a particular purpose.
Hewlett-Packard Company
Home Networking Solutions Organization
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Palo Alto, Ca 94304
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Thank you for choosing the Hewlett-Packard
Digital Home Networking Phoneline
Gateway. This quick start guide provides
easy set-up instructions. For additional
information, see the user’s guide included
on the CD-ROM.
LAN
WAN
box contents
■
One Phoneline Gateway
■
One Phoneline USB Network Adapter
■
One installation and documentation CD-ROM
■
One AC Power Adapter
■
One USB cable
■
One Ethernet cable (blue)
■
One phone line cable
■
One quick start guide
■
One warranty sheet
HPNA
POWER
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before you begin
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Has a phone line cable running from the
adapter to a wall phone line jack.
1 Verify that all of the box contents are
included.
■
Shares the same phone line.
2 Confirm that:
■ The computers you intend to connect to the
Gateway are all running either Windows
98, 98SE, Me, 2000, or XP. Windows
2000 and XP Professional require
administrative privileges to install this
software — see your user documentation
for details.
■ Each computer has a CD-ROM drive.
■ A broadband (DSL or cable) modem has
been installed and is connected to one of
the computers via an Ethernet cable.
■ Each computer to be connected to the
Phoneline network:
■ Has a Phoneline network adapter
(internal or external) installed.
3 To avoid conflicts, uninstall or disable any
connection-sharing software, such as 3COM
HomeClick, Microsoft Internet Connection
Sharing (ICS), Intel Anypoint ISS, or proxy
software such as WinGate, Sygate, or other
similar applications. You no longer need this
type of application when you install the
Phoneline Gateway.
To uninstall a program:
a) Select Start > Settings >
Control Panel.
b) Double-click Add/Remove
Programs.
c) Select the connection-sharing or proxy
software application to be removed.
d) Click Add/Remove, then click Yes.
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installing the phoneline
gateway and connecting the
first computer
4 The HP welcome screen appears:
1 Remove the CD-ROM from the box.
2 If the computer is off, turn it on.
3 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of
the computer that is connected to your
broadband (cable or DSL) modem.
Note: This screen appears only if Autorun is
enabled. If you don’t see this screen,
double-click My Computer. Right-click
Compact Disc. Then click AutoPlay to
launch the installed program.
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5 Select installation. The installation wizard
screen appears.
6 Follow the onscreen instructions to set up and
configure the Phoneline Gateway, and to
connect the cables. Select First PC when
you are prompted to set up either a first PC
or an additional PC.
7 You will be asked to make cable connections
with all equipment powered on. This is
necessary to interactively detect that each
connection has been properly made. There is
no danger to you or to your equipment.
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8 Use this diagram to help you connect the cables:
phone line
cable
power
adapter
from phone
PHONE
DEVICE
WALL
HPNA
WAN
LAN
UPLINK
phone line
cable
to phone
wall jack
X
DIRECT
POWER
RESET
to AC
wall outlet
Ethernet
cable
Ethernet
cable
broadband
modem
first PC
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registering the phoneline
gateway
connecting the phoneline USB
network adapter (optional)
Make sure you register your product with HP
after the installation process is complete. The
registration option has been pre-selected for you.
HP registration provides you with automatic
notification of updates to the firmware installed
on the Gateway and to the software installed on
the PC.
To provide you with an additional type of
network cabling connection, a Phoneline USB
Network Adapter is included in this kit. You can
add the network adapter after you have installed
the Phoneline Gateway and the first computer.
You can use the network adapter to:
■
Change the first computer to a phone line
connection instead of an Ethernet
connection.
■
Connect the second (or any additional)
computer to the network.
1 To connect an additional computer, skip to
step 2. To change the first computer to a
phone line connection instead of an Ethernet
connection, disconnect the Ethernet cable
between the first computer and the Phoneline
Gateway.
If you choose to register your product at a later
date, enter the following into the address
window of your Web browser (such as Internet
Explorer or Netscape):
http://register.hp.com
Then press Enter.
2 Turn off the computer.
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3 Plug the Type B square end of the USB cable into the USB port of the adapter as illustrated in the
following diagram:
Type B square
plug
USB
phone
wall
USB cable
phone line cable
to USB port
on PC
phone line cable
to telephone
wall jack
Type A
rectangular plug
to a telephone
handset
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4 Plug the Type A rectangular end of the USB
cable into the USB port on the computer.
5 Plug one end of the phone line cable into the
wall port on the adapter (see the cabling
diagram shown previously).
6 Plug the other end of the phone line cable
into a wall phone jack.
installing the driver
You must install the driver for each additional
computer added to the network.
1 Turn on the computer and insert the CD-ROM
into the CD-ROM drive of the computer.
Note: If the HP welcome screen appears,
click exit.
2 The computer operating system automatically
recognizes the new USB network adapter,
and the Add New Hardware screen
appears.
3 Accept the default selection, Automatic
search for a better driver, then click
Next.
4 The computer operating system automatically
finds and installs the correct driver from the
CD-ROM. Once a successful installation is
reported, click Finish.
5 If the wizard asks you for permission to
restart the computer, click Yes. If the wizard
does not appear, restart the computer.
6 When the HP welcome screen appears, click
installation.
7 Follow the onscreen instructions. Select Add
additional computer when you are
prompted to install either a first PC or an
additional PC.
8 When the installation is completed, click
Finish.
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registering the network
adapter
connecting a phone to the
network adapter
Make sure you register your product with HP
after the installation process is complete. Enter
the following into the address window of your
Web browser (such as Internet Explorer or
Netscape):
http://register.hp.com
Connect a telephone to the phone port of the
adapter as illustrated in the cabling diagram
shown previously.
Then press Enter.
Caution: The phone port on the adapter does not
contain a microfilter. If your Phoneline network
includes a DSL connection, you must insert the
microfilter that came with your DSL modem into the
phone port of the adapter, then insert the telephone
handset into the microfilter’s phone port. Use of the
microfilter prevents distortion of the telephone signal
by the DSL modem.
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installing additional network
computers
accessing additional
documentation
1 Turn on the computer to be connected and
insert the CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive.
1 Insert the CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of
the computer.
2 Click documentation on the HP welcome
screen.
2 When the HP welcome screen appears, click
installation.
3 Follow the onscreen instructions. Select Add
additional computer when you are
prompted to install either a first PC or an
additional PC.
4 When the installation is completed, click
Finish.
5 Repeat Steps 1 to 4 for each additional
computer on your home network.
Note: Keep the CD-ROM in a safe place for
future use.
3 Click user’s guide or any other option you
want to review.
Note: Keep the CD-ROM in a safe place for
future use.
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product and support
information
■
HP Customer Care: (208) 323-2551;
http://www.hp.com/cposupport
■
Online product information and technical
support: http://www.hp.com/go/
homenetworking
(includes a home networking tutorial, FAQs,
and other information)
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