You can access the ethernet jack through the front of the computer or through the back.
The type of cable you need to remove depends on your computer. If you are using a laptop, the Ethernet cable may be integrated with the power cord. Refer to your laptop’s user manual for information about removing these cables.
If you have a desktop computer, there will be one or more cables running from the back of your computer to an external device such as a router or modem. You will need to identify these cables and carefully unplug them from their respective ports on your computer.
If you are using a wired connection, do not just pull on the cable because this may cause damage to both your network connection and computer. Instead, gently squeeze one end of the cable and gently pull it out until it slides out completely.
Last modified: November 27, 2022