Question about NetGear FWG114P Router (FWG114PAU)
From router with ethernet to computer.....then open up your web browser and type in the address bar 192.168.0.1, a pop down login appears user/login= admin, and password- password. click okay. now you should be looking at the netgear config page. there is a button or tab you can click on that says wireless settings, so click it......first is the SSID which probably says wireless or netgear in it.....put in a name you will recognize when searching for your wireless connection......this is the Name of your wireless connection.... then scroll down to wep 64 bit encryption and select it. next, scroll down to key1 and type in a ten digit code (area code and phone number usually works great). leave the passphrase box above key 1 blank. once you have your code typed in scroll down to the bottom where it says apply and click the apply button. now , you need to double check that the netgear saved your new settings, so once the apply click refreshes the page scroll down and make sure its still there,,,,if not write down what the netgear replaced it with. once doublecheck is complete no need to apply again , just close your browser. then remove the ethernet cable, go down by the clock and right click your wireless network icon to view availbel wireless networks,,,, you then should be able to find Your SSID name and click it to then type the encryption in and now your surfing.
Posted on Jan 22, 2010
Try This :
Paste the link on the address bar of the Internet explorer or CLick on the
Click on HPHNDU_10...
Click on Save and save it to your desktop and run the software .
It will Show your Network Name and The WEP/WPA key .
Then try the Username as "admin" and Password "password" under the router
This should be done with the computer that is attached to the router
Or you can temporarily connect the Laptop with a Ethernet cable to the router
If still it doesn't work can call up the router company.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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