Wired Local Area Networks make use of Ethernet cables and network adapters. Numerous computers can be wired to one another by using an Ethernet crossover cable. Wired LANs also need vital devices like hubs, switches, or routers to aid further computers. For dial-up connections to the Internet, the computer hosting the modem should administer Internet Connection Sharing or similar software to share the connection with every other computers on the network. Ethernet cables should proceed from each computer to a different computer or to the central device. The accurate cabling configuration for a wired LAN differs depending on the merge of devices, the form of Internet connection.