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4 Steps to Disable MAC Filtering on Netgear Router

The MAC filtering tool with a Netgear wireless router generates an access list based on the individual Media Access Control numbers that you connect. Because each computer-based networking device has a solve MAC address, the MAC filtering should stop unauthorized users from connecting to the Wi-Fi network. However, due to the instructions required to locate the networking device MAC address, you might get it onerous or inconvenient to add new systems to the network. In such situations, you should turn off MAC filtering and choose the other security approaches like WPA 2 encryption.

Note: - To get additional information, you can call on the Netgear customer service number and seek the help.

    1.Launch the web browser on your computer connected to the router through a wireless or wired connection. Input the following URL 'www.routerlogin.net' or 'www.routerlogin.com' in the address bar and press the 'Enter' key to show a login window.
    2.Input the 'admin' under the 'User Name' box. Input the password you chose when you configure the Netgear router. If you didn't choose a custom password, enter 'password' to sign in. Press the 'Enter' key to show the Netgear router's main menu.
    3.Click the 'Wireless Settings' button under the 'Advanced heading' tab on the left menu bar. Select to click on the 'Setup Access List' option near the end of the page. It directs you to the 'Wireless Card Access List' page.
    4.Remove the check mark of 'Turn Access Control On' box at the upper of the page. Click on the 'Apply' option to save and apply the changes.
    However, if you suspect that anyone has accessed your Wi-Fi password or you have any kinds of functional or technical issues in connecting to the Internet using your Netgear router, you should directly speak with the experts regarding your router glitches and get them resolved as quickly as possible. At such time, call at the certified Netgear customer support number available on the ContactforService directory site.
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where shoild i find MAC based filtering in Netgear WGR614v2 router


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Hi Good day!! Go to your wifi router control panel i think the IP for your router //192.168.0.1 if not work try //192.168.1.1
if success you are now in your router cpanel. log in to your router enter the password of your router if you don't have password just leave it blank and then enter.
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I am sorry but I am not so familiar with the Thomson Device but I can give you a clue on how to set it up....you can skip the security settings first just make sure they work then you can set it later...Check it out!

- Thomson as "Master Router" connected to modem set up as follows
-- 192.168.1.1
-- Set up wireless access point as you normally would in Wireless Settings, muine are "MY_SSID",Channel 2,b+g mode,
64-bit WEP with hex key (rather than pass phrase)
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-- Set DHCP range to 192.168.1.10 to 192.168.1.127 (my preference) in "Lan Settings"
-- go to Wireless Bridging and Repeating menu option
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--- Set as "Wireless Base Station"
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Make sure all of the above is applied and has stuck, i had a habit of setting some things then clicking to a sub-menu
before clicking apply, always scroll down and click apply before drilling into sub options!

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-- Get latest firmware as earlier v3 firmware doesnt support WDS
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-- Enable Wireless Settings and set to exact same as "Master Router" including 64 bit WEP key and MAC access list for
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-- Disable DHCP in Basic Setup (I think)
-- "Advanced Wireless Settings" menu option
--- "Enable Bridging and Repeating"
--- Select the "Wireless Bridge With Client Association" (or similar) option
--- Enter the "Master Router" MAC address here
Again, double check everything has stuck, that the "normal" wireless settings for both routers are identical and reboot
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Temporarily Disable MAC address


Open the Router page using the following steps:

1. Open the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape).
2. Access the Router (usually "http://192.168.1.1";
or "www.routerlogin.net" or "www.routerlogin.com").
3. LOGIN TO THE ROUTER (User Name = 'admin', Password = 'password';
unless you have changed it).

and then click on advanced wireless settings...

Click on setup access list..
Uncheck "TURN ACCESS CONTROL ON"

This is the process to disable MAC filtering..
In case u need further help u can contact me..

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