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HP Digital Home Networking - How to Connect the 5-Port Switch (hn220e) to the Ethernet Gateway (hn200e)

Introduction
Follow the diagram and instructions in this document to connect the 5-port Ethernet switch (hn220e) to the Ethernet Gateway (hn200e)
Instructions
    Figure : Connecting the switch
  1. Connects to PC
  2. Ethernet Cable
  3. Connects to PC
  4. Ethernet Cable
  5. Ethernet Cable
  6. Connects to hub gateway or another switch (if UPLINK port is used, port 5 will not be functional and vice versa.
  7. Power adapter
  8. Connects to AC wall outlet
  1. Verify that all of the box components are included.
  2. Remove the Ethernet 5-Port Switch and AC Power Adapter from the box.
  3. Plug the power cable into the power port on rear panel of the 5-Port Switch.
  4. Plug the other end of the Power Adapter into an AC wall outlet.
  5. Make connections according to these options:
    • Network-ready devices (such as computers, print servers, or the HP Digital Entertainment Center). Add these devices to Ethernet network by connecting the Ethernet cable coming from each device to one of the five blue LAN ports on the rear panel - see cabling diagram. Do not plug these devices into the UPLINK port.
    • Network infrastructure devices (such as a hub, Gateway, or another switch). Connect the Ethernet cable coming from the device to the yellow UPLINK port of the 5-Port Switch. Since the UPLINK port shares wiring with port 5, port 5 will be disabled if a cable is plugged into the UPLINK port (and vice versa). See the cabling diagram in quick start guide as well as the diagram on the underside of the Ethernet 5-Port Switch.
        note:
      If the second device also has an uplink port, do not connect its uplink port to the UPLINK port on the 5-port switch. You may use the uplink port on either device, but the other end of the cable must go to a standard Ethernet port on the other device.

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