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Net gear router again,

How do I turn the DHCP off the modem. I'm not sure where to find it on my computer, sorry mate.

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You would do this through the setup of the router. With your computer physically attached, allow the machine to get an IP address via DHCP. This will give you the IP address of the router because by default, it's the default gateway...

So, you drop to a command prompt (start, run, cmd and press Enter)
Type ipconfig and press enter
This will get you your IP address, subnet mask and the default gateway
The default gateway is what you want for this part...

Open up Internet Explorer and type http://192.168.1.1 (replace it with the IP address you found for default gateway)
You will need the password to get in here...

Once in, you can then poke around the settings and turn off DHCP as well as set many other settings.

Save them and allow the router to restart.

You are back in business.

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