- Connect the network cable from the RJ45 interface of the computer’s network card to the flat’s data socket.
ROUTER AND SEVERAL DEVICES OR COMPUTERS IN USE, WHICH NEED THE ONLINE CONNECTION
- Connect the network cable from the router’s WAN interface (usually called WAN or Uplink) to the flat’s data socket.
- Connect the network cables from the router’s LAN interfaces (usually called LAN, or numbered) to the devices’ (computer, gaming console,TV, etc.) RJ45 interfaces.
- If you use a wireless router, the connection can also be established wirelessly between the router and the computer (see the wireless router’s user instructions for detailed instructions).
If there is a problem, restart the devices which use the online connection, and again check the device connections. Also detach the cables and reconnect them. In room-specific sockets, try the connection using the ATK/DATA and the PUH socket because the connectors can be cross-connected. Check that the network cable is not a cross-cable. To check the network cable type, compare the transparent connectors side by side. The connector colours must be inthe same order in both connector. The right kind of network cable has the colours in the same order. A cross-cable has the colours in different order, which means that you need to replace the cable.
Local Customer Support
Elisa Shop, Rewell Center
Ylätori 106, 65100 Vasa,
We serve: Weekdays 9–18, Sat 10–15
Customer Support & Fault Reports
Pho. 01019 0240
(mobile call charge/local call charge)
Open Mon-Fri 8-19, Sat 10-16.30
(Fault notifications are received 24/7)
Further information is available at elisa.fi/voas
OMAGURU – QUICK HELP WITH TECH ISSUES
If you need personal guidance for installing or using the device or service, quick assistance is provided by the Omaguru-service. Get to know the service at www.omaguru.fi or call direct
0600 900 500 (1.99€/min + mobile/local call rate)
Mon–Fri 8:00 am–9:00 pm,
Saturday from 9 a.m.–5 p.m.
When necessary, you can also conveniently obtain on-site assistance in your home.