Question about NetGear WGR614 Router
I can successfully connect the computer to the router with an ethernet cable. I can get the configuration pages for the router and I can get the internet too. However, when I try to switch to a wireless connection I hit trouble. The PC detects the NETGEAR wireless network but fails to connect to it. When I click "connect", it reports "Limited or no connectivity. ... This problem occurred because the network did not assign a network address to the computer." I am then unable to access either the internet or the router configuration page (192.168.0.1). While trying to fix this I have encryption turned off and have also turned off the option to restrict access to specified computers. (Obviously I will put these options back, for security, when the network is fixed.) I am using the router in conjunction with a Wanadoo "Livebox" modem. As I say, I have been able to make a connection using ethernet cable, but not wirelessly. Thanks in advance for any help.
As ever starting with the simplest of solutions normally works, well spotted.
Posted on Nov 28, 2006
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