• View and pay bills, get rewards and
    discounts, and more.

  •  
    Call us to see how our services can help your business.

    Mon - Fri, 8:30 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
     
       
 

Sign in

for personalized support

FiOS Internet



Testing your new network connection The final step is to confirm that all your network computers and devices are connected and working properly.

  1. Click Start in the left Taskbar.


  2. Click Computer. [Show Me]


  3. Click Network in the left navigation panel. [Show Me]


  4. Each computer connected to your wireless network should be displayed.

    Network Devices


    • If an icon for your current computer isn't displayed
      • Click Network and Sharing Center in the toolbar. [Show Me]
      • Click Troubleshoot problems. [Show Me]
      • Select Internet Connections, click Next and follow the prompts. [Show Me]
      • If the Internet Connections troubleshooting process doesn't solve the issue, click Close the troubleshooter to return to the Troubleshooting - Network and Internet window.
      • Select Network Adapter, click Next, and follow the prompts to check your wireless adapters and settings. [Show Me]

    • If an icon for another computer on your network isn't displayed
      • Go to the computer that isn't displayed and click Start in the left Taskbar.
      • Click Computer. [Show Me]
      • Click Network in the left navigation panel. [Show Me]
      • Click Network and Sharing Center in the toolbar. [Show Me]
      • Click Troubleshoot problems. [Show Me]
      • Click Internet Connections, click Next and follow the prompts. [Show Me]
      • If the Internet Connections troubleshooting process doesn't solve the issue, click Close the troubleshooter to return to the Troubleshooting - Network and Internet window.
      • Select Network Adapter, click Next, and follow the prompts to check your wireless adapters and settings. [Show Me]

What's next?

You have successfully installed your wireless home network. When you're ready, the next step to get the maximum benefits from your home network is to configure Windows to share folders and printers.



Privacy SettingsAccept CookiesAccept Cookies SolutionDesc3=45655

Looking for Residential?

Visit Residential Support

Looking for Wireless?

Visit Wireless Support

My Business Account

  • Get My Small Biz Rewards
  • Browse Discount Program
  • Refer A Business
  • Learn More