1394 network connection queary

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Can anyone tell me how to set this up. Its not that I need it, but got onto my works network this morning and when I enabled it, I got 400 kbs, but couldnt get on the net or get my emails. I did a search of the forum and couldnt really find an explanation as to what its used for (is it firewire or a network connection) Googling didnt come up with much either (well the first five pages anyway) As I said, I dont need it but if I can actually get 400kbs, then I'd like to have it.
 
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ive read several reposts of what this is. Apparelty its actually the firewire port but for some unknown reason its displayed in the networking section.
My friends computer has a similar problem when it would say that that connection was acrive at high speeds, even when nothing was connected to his laptop.
As ive read, i'd just ignore it.
 
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IEEE 1394 interface provides high speed digital interface for audio / video appliances such as digital television, digital video camcorders, storage peripherals & other PC portable devices.
 

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Thanks guys, I thought it was firewire, but wasnt sure when it was in network connections, so I guess I'll do as suggested and just ignore it.
 
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yabba... ignore that as a network connection... thats fur ur camera n stuff, not surfing
 
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