Not to horn in on Lazydog's great advice here...
But, yeah. By wired connection, simply connect to your router with an Ethernet cable.
Thank You Jay,
I think I need to buy a new ethernet cable that is longer than the one I have her. There's only one kind of such cable, right ?
If you have a modem and router that were made in the last 4 or 5 years, then either one should work.
Look for cable rated for 100-base, or 100Mb data rate.
And you can get them in several lengths, so measure the distance to wire it, and make it look presentable. Add a little to allow for slack.
Here are some common prices. Link
Thanks for getting the technical data I require for the cable purchase.
That information will certainly insure I make no mistake with the purchase.
I have a Netgear router (Wireless Cable Voice Gateway CVG824G), I believe that it's rather a new one. But how can I know when exactly it was made ?
I just looked at that router online.
It has the same types of connections that I mentioned.
And it has the same connections that mine has... so if you need to, write down the types of cable that I advised.
You should be able to find them at any Best Buy or Wal-Mart.
Network Cable or Ethernet Cable ? Interchangable ? Store clerk said they are equals . Yes ?
Most likely the same thing. So long as the end of it looks like an over-sized phone cord, you should be good to go.