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Please can you help me. I have a wireless DG834Gv3 downstairs plugged into my computer,and i bought a DG834Gv4 for my ps3 upstairs,i am trying to get the wds to work.My DG834Gv4 has wireless icon lit up green,the DG834Gv3 does not.How do i get the icon to light up so i can use my ps3 online.I bought this after contacting netgear,but they are no help at all.Please can some one help. Thanks Tanya Stapleton

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Hi, please follow the instruction detailed here:-
http://www.howtofixanything.co.uk/howto-278.html

and to set the ps3 static address use
http://www.howtofixanything.co.uk/howto-273.html

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