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Using Your VAIO Computer

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Internet n 46 N Using the Internet Before using the Internet, you need to sign up with an Internet Service Provider (ISP) and set up devices required for connecting your computer to the Internet. The following types of Internet connection services may be available from your ISP: ❑ Fiber to the Home (FTTH) ❑ Digital Subscriber Line (DSL) ❑ Cable modem ❑ Satellite ❑ Dial-up For detailed information on devices required for Internet access and how to connect your computer to the Internet, ask your ISP. ✍ To connect your computer to the Internet using the wireless LAN function, you need to set up the wireless LAN network. See Using the Wireless LAN (page 48) for more information. ! When you connect your computer to the Internet, be sure to take appropriate security measures to protect the computer against online threats. Depending on the service contract with your ISP, you may need to connect an external modem device, for example a USB telephone modem, a DSL modem, or a cable modem, to your computer to connect to the Internet. For detailed instructions on connection setups and modem configuration, see the manual that came with your modem.

Using Your VAIO Computer > Using the Network (LAN) n 47 N Using the Network (LAN) You can connect your computer to 1000BASE-T/100BASE-TX/10BASE-T type networks with a LAN cable. Connect one end of a LAN cable (not supplied) to the LAN port on the computer and the other end to your network. For detailed settings and devices required for LAN access, ask your network administrator. ✍ You can connect your computer to any network without changing the default settings. ! Do not plug a telephone cable into the LAN port on your computer. If the LAN port is connected to one of the telephone lines mentioned below, high electric current to the port may cause damage, overheating, or fire. - Home (intercom speakerphone) or business-use telephone lines (multi-line business telephone) - Public telephone subscriber line - Private branch exchange (PBX)