Question about NetGear : RP614 4-Port Cable/DSL Router with 10/100Mbps Switch (NENERO05)
I can not setup my router. Does not allow me to connect to internet.
You should be able to get into your routers settings by typing in it's IP address in your internet browser, eg 192.168.2.1 or something similair. assuming you are connecting via an RJ45 Lan vable as you don't mention wireless, when in the routers settings look for the DHCP settings, this should be automatic so as to assign your pc an IP addresss automatically. When you connected your modem to the router, this should have been set up automatically as is usual with cable, so if still no connection go to your network cards properties in Control Panel>Network Connections, right click>properties>TCP/IP line>properties and ensure obtain IP address automaticcaly is ticked and click OK. Go to your Internet browser>internet options, then click the connections tab and make sur that 'Never Dial a Connection' is ticked. Restart your pc and try to connect to the internet.
Posted on Mar 26, 2007
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