Linksys PCM200HA User's manual
HomeLink® Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Use this User Guide to Install the PCM200HA User Guide COPYRIGHT & TRADEMARKS Copyright © 2001 Linksys, All Rights Reserved. HomeLink is a registered trademark of Linksys. Microsoft, Windows, and the Windows logo are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. All other trademarks and brand names are the property of their respective proprietors. LIMITED WARRANTY Linksys guarantees that every HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card is free from physical defects in material and workmanship under normal use for one (1) year from the date of purchase. If the product proves defective during this warranty period, call Linksys Customer Support in order to obtain a Return Authorization number. BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE AND BARCODE FROM THE PRODUCT’S PACKAGING ON HAND WHEN CALLING. RETURN REQUESTS CANNOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE. When returning a product, mark the Return Authorization number clearly on the outside of the package and include your original proof of purchase. IN NO EVENT SHALL LINKSYS’ LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT FROM DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, ITS ACCOMPANYING SOFTWARE, OR ITS DOCUMENTATION. LINKSYS DOES NOT OFFER REFUNDS FOR ANY PRODUCT. Linksys makes no warranty or representation, expressed, implied, or statutory, with respect to its products or the contents or use of this documentation and all accompanying software, and specifically disclaims its quality, performance, merchantability, or fitness for any particular purpose. Linksys reserves the right to revise or update its products, software, or documentation without obligation to notify any individual or entity. Please direct all inquiries to: Linksys P.O. Box 18558, Irvine, CA 92623. FCC STATEMENT This equipment complies with FCC Rules Part 68. Located on the bottom of the HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card is the FCC Registration Number. You must provide this information to the telephone company if requested. The HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used according to the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which is found by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • • • • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna Increase the separation between the equipment or device Connect the equipment to an outlet other than the receiver’s Consult a dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for assistance UG-PCM200HA NC AC Linksys HomeLink Series Table of Contents Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Introduction The Linksys Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Introduction 1 Package Contents 2 Getting to Know the 10M Phoneline Integrated PC Card 3 Installing the 10M Integrated PC Card 4 Windows 98 and ME Installation and Setup 6 Windows 2000 Installation and Setup 15 Troubleshooting 18 Appendix Sharing Your Files and Printers Starting Over in Windows 98, ME, or 2000 Manually Installing the Network Components in Windows 98 and Millennium Fax and Modem Compatibility Specifications Warrant Information Contact Information 21 21 23 29 30 31 32 33 Congratulations on your purchase of the Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card. The Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card now offers instant connectivity to multiple PC's over a home's existing telephone lines. You can network any notebook computer by connecting it to any standard phone line. There's no need for a switch, a hub, or even any additional cables—the network runs on standard home-grade telephone wires just like the ones you use everyday. The HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card is the ultimate in versatile connectivity for mobile users. The 32-Bit PC Card is equipped with two standard RJ-11 telephone ports. You can connect to any 1Mbps or 10Mbps HomeLink network without swapping cards. The card fits into any standard 32-Bit Cardbus slot, leaving room for a 56K modem or other PC Card in dual-slot notebooks. You can share files, printers, and CD-ROM drives at 10Mbps without interrupting regular telephone service. Since your HomeLink network runs on regular telephone cables, there’s no extra hardware to buy. Just plug it into any standard wall jack and you’re networked! The Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card utilizes advanced technology approved by the Home Phoneline Networking Alliance (HomePNA). This new technology lets your phone line carry computer data as well as regular telephone voice service. You can talk on the telephone and share resources over a network at the same time. Every standard telephone jack in the home is capable of hosting a PC—you can connect up to 30 computers, thus transforming the home's telephone wiring into an easily expandable network. Want to add more PCs? Just put a HomeLink card in the computer and plug it into your phone jack. It’s that simple! Package Contents for the Phoneline 10M Inegrated PC Card Package Contents for the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 1 Linksys HomeLink Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Package Contents for the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Getting to Know the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card • One Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card with Two RJ-11 Ports LEDs Link The green LED will remain lit when the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card is connected. Rx The Receive LED will blink green when data is being received across the the phone cable. Tx The Transfer LED will blink green when data is being transmitted across the phone cable. • One Standard Telephone Cable • One Driver CD-ROM • One User Guide and Registration Card The RJ-11 Ports Phone: The Phone port will allow you to connect a standard telephone to your PCM200HA. You may also use the phone port to connect to another HomeLink-equipped PC or into a phone jack. HomeLink: Use the HomeLink port to connect to your existing HomeLink network. 2 3 Linksys HomeLink Series Installing the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Installing the Hardware Installing the Hardware Installing the Hardware 1. Power off your PC. 2. Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Connecting to a Phoneline Network Connecting to a Phoneline Network Computers on a HomeLink network can be connected in one of two ways. They can be daisy chained through their HomeLink port to another HomeLink PC in a string, or they can be connected directly to a phone jack. The diagram below shows a HomeLink phoneline network that uses both types of connections. Locate your PC's card slot. The slot is usually located on the side of the PC. If your computer has more than one slot, insert the HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card into the first slot as shown in the picture below (slots are usually numbered in sequential order starting with 0 or 1). After verifying that the HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card's hardware and software are working correctly, you can always move the card to a different slot later if needed. To connect your HomeLink PCs together in your HomeLink network: 1. Connect one end of your telephone cabling to your Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card’s HomeLink port. 3. Attach one end of the telephone cable to the HomeLink card’s HomeLink port. Connect the other end of the cable into the telephone jack in your wall. The hardware installation is complete. 2. Connect the other end of that telephone cable into another computer’s HomeLink port or directly into a phone jack. Your computer is now connected to your Phoneline network. • If your computer runs Windows 98 or ME, go to page 6 now for instructions on installing your Windows 98 or ME driver. • If your computer runs Windows 2000, go to page 15 now for instructions on installing your Windows 2000 driver.na 4 5 Linksys HomeLink Series Windows 98 and ME Installation & Setup Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 4. Select Search for the best driver for your device (Recommended). Click Next. Overview After physically installing the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card in your notebook computer, follow these instructions to install the device driver. The installation procedure for the device driver will vary slightly depending on which version of Windows 98 or ME you are using, and on your current system configuration. Please have your Windows 98 or ME Installation CD or diskettes available during installation. If at any time during the installation you encounter problems, consult the Troubleshooting section. Installing the Device Driver 1. If you haven’t already, start up your computer. 5. Select "CD-ROM drive". Click Next to continue. 2. Windows 98 or ME will automatically detect the presence of the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card in your computer. 3. When the Add New Hardware Wizard window appears, insert the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Driver CD into your CD-ROM drive. Click Next. 6. A window will open saying that Windows is now ready to install the Linksys Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card driver (seen on the next page). Click Next. 6 7 Linksys HomeLink Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 8. Windows will finish installing the software onto your PC. Click Finish. 7. Windows will begin copying the PC Card’s driver files to your PC. Refer to the chart below to help guide you through the process. Under no circumstance are you to click Cancel or Skip! MESSAGE 8 9. When asked if you want to restart your PC, remove the Driver CD and click Yes. INSTRUCTIONS • If your PC asks for the Linksys Setup or Driver CD 1. Click OK. 2. Ensure that the Driver CD is in your PC’s CDROM drive. 3. Type “d:\” in the “Copy files from:” box. 4. Click OK. • If you are asked to supply your Windows 98 Installation Files or Disks 1. Click OK. 2a. If you have a Windows 98 CD-ROM, type “d:\win98” in the “Copy files from:” box, where “d:” is your CD-ROM drive. 2b. If you have a Windows ME CD-ROM, type “d:\win9x” in the “Copy files from:” box, where “d:” is your CD-ROM drive. 3a. If you don’t have a Windows 98 CD-ROM, type: “c:\windows\options\cabs.” 3b. If you don’t have a Windows ME CD-ROM, type: “c:\windows\options\install.” 4. Click OK. • If you are asked for a file that includes “PCM200HA” in its name 1. Insert the Driver CD into your PC’s CD-ROM drive. 2. Type “d:\” in the “Copy files from:” box. 3. Click OK • If you receive a Version Conflict error 1. Choose to keep the newest version of the file by clicking Yes. 10. If Windows does not ask you to restart your PC, click the Start button, choose Shut Down, choose Restart, then click Yes. The Windows 98/ME driver installation is complete. Please continue on to the next section, which will provide instructions for configuring Windows 98/ME’s network Control Panel. Consult your network administrator for your network configuration information if necessary. Note: From this point on, you must provide Windows with a User name and Password every time you are prompted to do so. Remember to click OK to properly log into Windows. If you click Cancel or hit the Escape (ESC) key, you will not log into the network. 9 Linksys HomeLink Series Network Component Configuration for Windows 98 an and Millennium 1. Once you are back at the Windows desktop, click on Start, then Settings, then Control Panel, and then double-click the Network icon. 2. The Network window will appear (below). Click on the Configuration tab. A window similar to the one below will appear. There may be other components listed in addition to the ones shown below (for example, Dial-Up Adapter), which is normal. If any of the components shown below are missing, however, you’ll need to manually install them. If that’s the case, refer to Manually Installing the Network Components in the Appendix now. • Client for Microsoft Networks • Dial-Up Adapter • Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card • TCP/IP Dial-Up Adapter • TCP/IP Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 4. If you'd like others to be able to access the files on your PC's hard drive, select I want to be able to give others access to my files. 5. If you'd like to share your printer with other users on the network, select I want to be able to allow others to print to my printer. 6. Click the OK button. File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks should now appear in the list of installed components. 7. After ensuring that all of the listed network components are installed on your system, ensure that Client for Microsoft Networks is listed in the Primary Network Logon box. 3. Click on the Configuration tab, followed by the File and Print Sharing button. The File and Print Sharing window will appear. 10 11 Linksys HomeLink Series 8. Click on the Identification tab. Type the name of your computer in the Computer Name box. Choose a name that is unique from the other computer names on the network. Do not click OK when you have completed these fields. 9. Type the name of your workgroup in the Workgroup box. The Workgroup name should be the same Workgroup Name in use by all of the other PCs on the network. Do not click OK when you have completed these fields. 10. Enter a description of your computer in the Computer Description box. This box is optional. Do not click OK when you have completed these fields. 12 Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 11. Optional: Choose the Access Control tab. Ensure that Shared-level access control is selected. If the setting is on User-Level access control and you can’t change it, skip to problem 6 in the Troubleshooting section. 12. Click the OK button. Your system may or may not ask you for your Windows CD-ROM or the location of the Windows installation files. If you have your Windows 98 CD-ROM, go to to D:\win98 (where D: is your CD-ROM Drive) or to C:\windows\options\cabs if you don’t. Or, for Windows ME, go to D:\win9x (where D: is your CDROM Drive) if you have your Windows CD-ROM, or to C:\windows\options\install if you don’t. 13. Once Windows has copied the necessary files, the System Settings Change window (see next page) will appear. Remove all disks from your PC and click on Yes to restart your PC. If you don't see this window, simply shut down Windows 98 or ME and restart your PC. Remember to remove the driver disk and CD-ROM, if necessary, prior to rebooting. 13 Linksys HomeLink Series 14. A Logon window will appear, requiring you to enter a username and password. Make up a username and password and click OK. Do not click the ESC or Cancel buttons, or you won't be able to log onto the network. If the network logon does not appear or if it does not allow you to log on, refer to problems 4 and 5 in the Troubleshooting section. 15. Once you are at the Windows desktop, double-click on the Network Neighborhood icon. You should see an icon for the entire network and the names of the other PCs on the network. • If you can see your computer along with all the other computers on the network in Network Neighborhood, then the Windows network configuration is complete. Continue with Sharing Your Files and Printers in the Appendix if you want data from your PC to be available to others on the network. File and Printer Sharing, however, can be configured at a later time. • If you don't see anything at all in Network Neighborhood, press the F5 key on your keyboard a few times to refresh the screen. If that doesn’t work, go to problem 9 of the Troubleshooting section. • If you only see your own computer in Network Neighborhood, skip to problem 7 of the Troubleshooting section. • If you see all computers on the network except yours press the F5 key a few times. If, after a minute or so, you still can’t see your own PC, see problem 8 of the Troubleshooting section. Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Windows 2000 Installation & Setup Overview Note: Prior to proceeding, make sure that you are operating Windows 2000 with administrative rights. If you log into Windows 2000 without administrative rights, you may run into problems during the installation. After physically installing the Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card in your computer, follow these instructions to install the network driver. The installation procedure for the network driver will vary slightly depending on which version of Windows 2000 you are using, and on your current system configuration. If at any time during the installation you encounter problems, consult the Troubleshooting section. Installing the Driver in Windows 2000 After physically installing the PC Card in your computer, follow these instructions to install the network driver. 1. Start your computer and Windows 2000. Log in if you are asked to with administrator’s rights. 2. Windows will display the Found New Hardware Wizard box. Click Next. Insert the Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Driver CD into your CD-ROM drive. • If you only see computers that are running the same operating system as you and you don’t see any others, go to problem 11 of the Troubleshooting section. 14 15 Linksys HomeLink Series 3. The Install Hardware Device Drivers dialog box will appear. When Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card is displayed, select “Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended)”. Click Next. Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 5. The Driver File Search Results dialog box will appear. Click Next. 6. The Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard dialog box will appear. Click Finish. 4. The Locate Driver Files dialog box will appear. Select the CD-ROM drive option. Click Next. 7. Remove the CD from the CD-ROM drive. NOTE: Windows 2000 will not ask require you to restart your computer. The Windows 2000 driver installation is complete. If you want to share files or printers, refer to your Windows 2000 documentation or check with your system administrator. 16 17 Linksys HomeLink Series Troubleshooting 1. The HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card does not fit correctly into my PCMCIA slot. • Your laptop is not equipped with a 32-Bit Cardbus PC slot. 2. Windows doesn’t detect new hardware with the Phoneline PC Card hardware installed, or it continues to detect the card each time you restart your PC. • You might not have inserted the PC card correctly or securely into the appropriate slot of your computer. Check that the card is securely inserted into the appropriate slot. • Try inserting your card into an alternate PC slot. • You may have previously aborted a new hardware setup. Follow the directions on page 23. • Your system might not be Plug-and-Play compatible, your PC’s Plug-andPlay settings may not be enabled, or your PC may have Plug-and-Play options not supported by Windows 98 or ME. If you are not sure, contact your PC’s manufacturer. 3. Windows can’t locate the driver for the Phoneline Card device. • You may have inserted the wrong CD into your floppy drive. • The CD may be defective or files may be missing. Make sure the disk has a few files in d:\ starting with or containing PCM or PCM200. 4. The Windows Logon screen doesn’t appear after you restart your computer. • Click on Start, Shut Down, then select Log Off. If this doesn’t solve the problem, your PC’s manufacturer may have disabled Windows’ networking. Contact your computer’s manufacturer for help. 5. After entering a username and password, a window appears that reads, “No Domain Server could be found to validate your Username and Password.” • Click on Start, Settings, Control Panel. Double-click on Network. Click on the Configuration tab. Under The Following Network Components are Installed box, highlight Client for Microsoft Networks and click on the Properties button. Once you are in the Client For Microsoft Networks Properties window, make sure that Log on to Windows NT Domain is unchecked. Once you have made sure that it is unchecked click on the OK button and restart your computer. 18 Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 6. On the Access Control Tab, User Level Access is selected, but Shared Level Access is grayed out and not accessible. • You previously had your primary network logon set to Client for NetWare Networks. On the Configuration tab of the Network Properties window, ensure that your primary network logon is set to Client for Microsoft Networks. • Your personal web server PC or Microsoft Front Page may require you to choose a user level for security reasons. 7. In Network Neighborhood you can only see your self and no other computers on the network. • Make sure that the cables are connected correctly. Make sure you are getting Link or Activity lights on both the Phoneline Card and your hub. Try changing to a new cable that you know is working. • Your workgroup name may be different from other computers on your network. Make sure each PC on the network is using the same workgroup name and protocol. • Try using the Find Computer function (see problem 11). 8. In Network Neighborhood, you can see all other computers on the network but not yourself, and all other computers can see each other and not your computer. • You may have not have enabled File and Printer Sharing. To do so, go to page 21. • The network card might not be setup properly. Try reinstalling the card’s drivers. To clean your system of the old installation, go to page 23 and then re-install. 9. Network Neighborhood is Empty. • Verify that your Microsoft Client is installed. See the Windows 98 or ME setup instructions in this guide for directions. Verify that you have logged in correctly. Refresh the screen by pressing F5 several times. 10. You receive DHCP Errors in Windows. • If you are connecting to a DHCP server, check your cabling and connection. If you require TCP/IP to be configured, check with your network administrator or your Windows documentation for proper settings. • If you don’t have a DHCP server on your network and your network setup doesn’t require TCP/IP, you may remove the TCP/IP component from Windows’ networking. To do this, click on Start, Settings, Control Panel, then double-click on Network. Click once on the component entry with the words TCP/IP and Linksys or TCP/IP on its own, then click on the Remove button. Click OK when finished and restart your PC. 19 Linksys HomeLink Series 11. In Network Neighborhood you can only see computers running the same operating system as your computer (i.e., your PC is running Windows 98 and it can only see other Windows 98 computers and not any computer running Windows 2000). • Choose Start, Find, Computer and type the name of the computer in the window that comes up and click Find Now. • Now make sure that the you are using the same protocol(s) and workgroup name on the 98 and 2000 computers. To do this, click Start, Settings, Control Panel on two computers running different Windows operating systems. Click on the Network icon, choose the Configuration tab, then click on the Identification tab for Workgroup name. Compare the protocols on both computers and make sure that they are the same. If any protocols are missing, refer to page 29 to install any needed protocol(s). • If all computers are using the same protocol(s) and Workgroup name, and Windows 98 computers can't see Windows 2000 computers, enable NetBIOS on all the computers using Windows 98 and 2000. Follow these instructions: • The IPX/SPX-compatible protocol should be installed on all Windows computers (see page 29 if you need to add this protocol). Bring up the properties of the IPX/SPX-compatible protocol by clicking on Start, Settings, Control Panel, then double-click the Network icon. Choose the Configuration tab and highlight IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol. Click on Properties. Now, to install NetBIOS, click on the NetBIOS tab. Put a check next to I want to enable NetBIOS over IPX/SPX. Click OK, then OK again. Windows will copy the appropriate files to your computer. When asked to restart your PC, remove any floppy disks and click OK. Be sure to do this on all of your computers that are having trouble seeing your entire network. Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Appendix Sharing Your Files and Printers Overview By sharing your files and printers, other PCs on your network will be able to access the resources on your PC. Before sharing your files and printers, you should prepare your computer to be used with any file servers that may be on the network. If you are not using Windows 98 or ME with an NT, 2000, or NetWare file server, or if you are not sure if you have a file server, continue below. Enabling File Sharing 1. Double-click your My Computer icon. A window of available disk drives will appear. 2. Using your right mouse button, click once on the drive or folder that you want to make available to other users. 3. Click on Sharing, followed by the Sharing tab. Click on Share As. 4. In the Share Name box, enter a name for the drive or folder you are sharing. This can be any drive on your PC—floppy drive, hard drive, CD drive, zip drive, etc. 5. Decide on the type of access that you want to give other users. • Read-Only access allows other users to view the files on the selected drive. Note: If you are only • Full access allows other users to create, change, or using your PC to access the Internet, it delete files on the selected drive. is highly recommend• Depends on Password allows other users to have ed that you create Read-Only and/or Full access to the selected drive, passwords for your depending on the password that you decide to give shares. them. 6. If you want to assign access passwords, type the passwords into the Password boxes. 20 21 Linksys HomeLink Series 7. When you're done, click on the Apply button, followed by OK. Repeat steps 1-7 for any drive or folder you desire to share on the network. You have successfully enabled File Sharing on your PC. Your selected drives or folders can now be accessed by other network users. If a user tries to access one of your password-protected drives or folders, he or she will be asked for the appropriate Read-Only or Full-Access password. Continue on if you wish to share your PC’s printer over the network. Enabling Printer Sharing InstalSharing Your Files and Printersling the Driver in Starting Over in Windows 98, ME, or 2000 Windows 95 Version A The following instructions are for Windows 98 or ME. To start over in Windows 2000, go to page 27. Starting Over in Windows 98 or ME 1. At the desktop click on the Start Button, highlight Settings, click on Control Panel. 2. Double-click on the Network Icon. 1. Double-click on the My Computer icon. 2. Double-click the Printers folder. A window of available printers will appear. Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Note: Any printer you wish to share from your PC must be physically connected to your PC. 3. If the Configuration box has a component called Dial-Up Adapter, skip forward to step 5. If it doesn’t, continue with step 4. 3. Using your right mouse button, click once on the printer that you want to share with other users. Click on Sharing, followed by the Sharing tab. 4. Click on Share As. In the Share Name box, give a name to the printer you want to share. If you want to assign a password to the printer so that only certain users can access it, type a password in the Password box. 5. Click on the Apply button, followed by OK. Your printer(s) are now shared. Note: Not all printers may be shared on the network. Others may require special instructions. Refer to your printer’s user guide or contact your printer manufacturer if you think this may be the case with your printer. The Printer Sharing setup and installation is complete. Your printer can now be accessed by other network users. The printer’s driver may have to be installed on other PCs. Consult your printer’s documentation. 22 23 Linksys HomeLink Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 4. Remove any instance of the name Linksys in the box. This includes IPX/SPX…Linksys, NetBEUI…Linksys, and TCP/IP…Linksys. Also remove Client for Microsoft Networks, Client for NetWare Networks, and File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks. 6. When you have completed the removal of all unnecessary components, click OK. When asked to restart, click No. In some cases, removing one of these components may in turn automatically remove other components as well. If this happens, skip ahead to step 6. 7. Return to the Windows Control Panel. Double-click on the System Icon. The System Properties window will appear. Click on the Device Manager Tab. 8. Scroll down to the Network Adapters listing and expand it by clicking on the plus [+] sign. 5. For PCs with Dial-Up Networking and/or an AOL adapter, remove any instance of the name Linksys, all IPX/SPX protocols, all NetBEUI, all Clients, and File and Printer Sharing for Microsoft Networks. Do not remove Dial-Up Adapter, AOL Adapter, TCP/IP-Compatible ProtocolAOL Adapter or TCP/IP-Compatible Protocol-Dial-Up Adapter. 24 25 Linksys HomeLink Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Starting Over in Windows 2000 1. Click the Start button, choose Settings, choose Control Panel, then double-click the System icon.The System Properties window will open. 2. Choose the Hardware tab. 3. Click the Device Manager button. The Device Manager window will open. 9. Remove all devices with the name Linksys in it’s description. (If at any point you are asked to restart the computer, Click No). 10. Scroll down to the Other Devices listing. Click the plus [+] sign. Remove PCI Ethernet Controller or PCI Ethernet Adapter. (If Other Devices is not listed, proceed to the next step.) 4. Click the plus sign (+) beside Network Adapters. The HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated Adapter listing should appear. 11. Click the Close button, shut down Windows, and restart your computer. 12. After your computer has restarted, turn to page 6 for Windows 98 or Millennium setup instructions. 26 27 Linksys HomeLink Series 5. Right-click on HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated Adapter. A pop-up menu should open (below). Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 95 & 98 Manually Installing Network Components in Windows 98 or Millennium There may be times when you will need to manually install missing Windows networking components. 1. Click on Start, Settings, then Control Panel. 2. Double-click the Network icon. The Network window appears. 3. Click the Configuration tab. Make sure that the following network components are installed. 6. First, choose Disable. 7. When asked if you want to Disable the device, click Yes. • Client for Microsoft Networks • Dial-Up Adapter • Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card • TCP/IP Dial-Up Adapter • TCP/IP Linksys HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card There may be other components listed in addition to the ones shown above. If any of the above components are missing, add them as follows. 8. Right-click on the HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated Adapter again. This time, select Uninstall. Click OK. 9. The Network Adapters category should be removed from the Device Manager listing. 10. Click the OK button, and restart your computer. Client for Microsoft Networks If you plan on connecting to an NT or 2000 file server or peer-to-peer network, click the Add button. Highlight Client and click Add. Choose Microsoft as the manufacturer in the Network Client box. Highlight Client for Microsoft Networks and click OK. Click OK again if you are done adding components; otherwise, continue adding the components you need. The computer will begin copying files to your system. When the installation is complete, you will be asked if you want to reboot. Click OK. IPX/SPX-compatible Protocol Click the Add button. Choose Protocol and click the Add button. Select Manufacturer and choose Microsoft. Under the Network Protocol box, highlight IPX/SPX-compatible protocol. Click OK . Click OK again if you are done adding components; otherwise, continue adding the components you need. The computer will begin copying files to your system. When the installation is complete, you will be asked if you want to reboot. Click OK. Manually Installing the Network Components in Windows 28 29 Linksys HomeLink Series NetBEUI Click the Add button. Select Protocol, then click Add. Under Manufacturer, highlight Microsoft. Under Network Protocol, highlight NetBEUI. Click OK. Click OK again if you are done adding components; otherwise, continue adding the components you need. The computer will begin copying files to your system. When the installation is complete, you will be asked if you want to reboot. Click OK. Specifications Model Number: PCM200HA Bus Type: 32-Bit Cardbus Standards: HPNA 1.0, 1.1, &2.0 Compatible Ports: Two RJ-11 Standard Modular Telephone Ports (Phone, HomeLink) Speed: Up to 10Mbps Cabling: Standard Modular Telephone Cable (with RJ11 connectors) Modem and Fax Compatibility inux, Open Source and Beta Operating System Topology: Daisy Chain If you want to have a phoneline network and a phone in one room with just one phone jack, you can still attach your phone or fax to the jack by using a telephone jack splitter. LED Status Lights: Link, Rx, Tx Environmental Environmental Power: 3V DC, 180mA, 30mA Sleep Mode Dimensions: 4.7” x 2.6” x 0.75” Unit Weight: 1.8 oz. Certifications: FCC Class B, CE Mark Commercial Operating Temperature: 32°F to 122°F (0°C to 50°C) Storage Temperature: -4°F to 158°F (-20°C to 70°C) Operating Humidity: 10% to 85% Non-Condensing Storage Humidity: Customer Support 5% to 90% Non-Condensing TCP/IP Click the Add button. Select Protocol, then click Add. Under Manufacturer, highlight Microsoft. Under Network Protocol, highlight TCP/IP. Click OK. Click OK again if you are done adding components; otherwise, continue adding the components you need. The computer will begin copying files to your system. When the installation is complete, you will be asked if you want to reboot. Click OK. Plug your telephone or fax machine into one of the splitter’s ports, and your HomeLink Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card into the other. 30 Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card 31 Linksys HomeLink Series Phoneline 10M Integrated PC Card Warranty Information Contact Information BE SURE TO HAVE YOUR PROOF OF PURCHASE AND A BARCODE FROM THE PRODUCT'S PACKAGING ON HAND WHEN CALLING. RETURN REQUESTS CANNOT BE PROCESSED WITHOUT PROOF OF PURCHASE. For help with the installation or operation of this product, contact Linksys Customer Support at one of the phone numbers or Internet addresses below. IN NO EVENT SHALL LINKSYS’ LIABILITY EXCEED THE PRICE PAID FOR THE PRODUCT FROM DIRECT, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING FROM THE USE OF THE PRODUCT, ITS ACCOMPANYING SOFTWARE, OR ITS DOCUMENTATION. LINKSYS DOES NOT OFFER REFUNDS FOR ANY PRODUCT. Sales Information Tech Support RMA Issues Fax Email Web FTP Site 800-546-5797 (LINKSYS) 800-326-7114 949-261-1288 949-261-8868 [email protected] http://www.linksys.com ftp.linksys.com LINKSYS OFFERS CROSS SHIPMENTS, A FASTER PROCESS FOR PROCESSING AND RECEIVING YOUR REPLACEMENT. LINKSYS PAYS FOR UPS GROUND ONLY. ALL CUSTOMERS LOCATED OUTSIDE OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA AND CANADA SHALL BE HELD RESPONSIBLE FOR SHIPPING AND HANDLING CHARGES. PLEASE CALL LINKSYS FOR MORE DETAILS. 32 33 h t t p : / / w w w. l i n k s y s . c o m © Copyright 2001 Linksys, All Rights Reserved. Printed in the USA.
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