Question about NetGear WGR614 Router
Sounds like the configuration on the router isn't set up properly. - Make sure that you DHCP server is on. - Make sure that uPnP is enabled. - If your having connectivity issues (keeps disconnecting) maybe you should choose to put your MTU to 1460 rather than the default 1500 - Try to ping the address that your laptop is connected to from the router (is there is a error, it's a configuration problem) - Maybe you need to edit the NAT and port forward your http ports For more help on port forwarding, I suggest going to www.portforward.com and choosing your router...They have a step by step process there to help you out.
Posted on Apr 06, 2007
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