Netgear wg111v2 wireless usb adapter wont acquire ip address
The adapter is the netgear wg111v2 usb type. i have installed the config utility and everything but when it connects to the router. everything is ok, the wep key works...i can connect. it just gives me all zeroes for my ip address. it wont acquire one for some reason. any help anyone?? im using windows xp pro on an ibm thinkpad t43p. ive also tried using the wireless program with microsoft and the program or utility with netgear. both have connected with the router but have been unable to acquire an ip address. PLEASE HELP!!
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Not sure if this is where you are looking, but it probably is. click START then CONNECT TO then SHOW ALL CONNECTIONS then right click LOCAL AREA CONNECTION click STATUS then SUPPORT,,, or CONTROL PANEL then NETWORK CONNECTIONS then right click LOCAL AREA CONNECTIONS then click STATUS then SUPPORT tab See what you have there for an IP address Is it the computer you don't have an IP for or the router? In my case my computer IP the 8th or last digit is the next number after what it is for the router. The other numbers are the same
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<p>The below article would illustrate the steps to install the NETGEAR wireless adapter WG111v3 on MAC OS 10.3, 10.4 and 10.5.<br />
<p>Please ensure that you have installed the latest version of driver for the adapter from the below link on your MAC OS computer:<br />
<p><a href="http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2640">http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/2640</a><br />
<p>After the installation of the driver please perform the below task:<br />
<p>1. Plug in the adapter.<br />
<p>2. Double click on the NETGEAR WLAN Client Utility in the desktop.<br />
<p>3. On the NETGEAR WLAN Client utility select the Available Network tab which will detect the wireless network, select your network and click Connect.<br />
<p>4. If you are connecting to a secured wireless network then you will be prompted for a Wireless Network Security Properties menu.<br />
<p>5. Type the network key WEP/WPA security and click OK.<br />
<p>6. Click on Link Status which shows the connection as connected.<br />
<p>7. Check for the IP address by clicking on the Apple icon and select System Preference.<br />
<p>8. Click on Networks and check the IP address.<br />
<p>You should have succesfully established the wireless network on your MAC.
Connect a computer to any one of the four LAN ports of the NETGEAR router.
Open an Internet explorer and type the router IP address which would be either http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 (by default, refer to your product documentation ti determine the default IP address.) in the address bar and press Enter. The Login window will be prompting for a Username and Password. The default Username is admin and the default Password is password
Click Wireless Settings under Setup menu.
Under Security Options, Select WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
Most laptops have a wireless card built in them and if you have one you should try using that instead and form past experiences USB adapters don't generally work on laptops in which case if you laptop has the slot for it you should buy a card like this http://www.netgear.com/Products/Adapters/SuperGWirelessAdapters/WG511T.aspx
JRSavage - The solution you supllied is to assign the IP address to the client. It appears Guest is asking how to log into the Router.
Guest - If the router is a wireless router then you should not have to know it's IP to connect to it, simply looks for it's SSID in WIndows Zero Config wireless util (or the util that came with your wireless adapter)
If you're connected and looking how to log into the router itself you'll want to enter the router's IP address into the address bar of your internet browser.
If you're looking for where you enter the router's IP for NIC configuration, you would enter the Router's IP as the Gateway address.
Check the wireless IP address on the XP computer. try to ping default gateway and see whether its giving succesfull reply, after that do ping yahoo.com and check successfull pinging. if it pings successfully the yahoo website , then you should go online.