Question about NetGear Computers & Internet
Log into it and look at the top corner or under the router status page
Posted on Nov 18, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
before you connect the netgear router to your 2wire modem, you have to get the modem configured first. you did not include the firmware version of your modem (firmware version is found at the UI, go to gateway.2wire.net, click on the system icon.) for firmware version less than 3.7, go to homeportal/management, click on configure services, uncheck enable routing, then click on submit. for version 3.7 or higher, go to homeportal/management, click on configure under broadband link, put a dot in disable pvc search, set VPI to 0 & VCI to 35, the connection type box should be direct IP, then click on submit. then go to configure services, uncheck enable routing box, then click submit. you will notice the broadband link on the 2wire modem turn orange/amber, then you have successfully set the modem to bridged mode. that way you can now connect the router according to manufacturer's instructions (or just read the manual for the netgear router....)
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
Since you cannot ping the router, first thing to do here is to reset the router by pressing the reset button of the router for 30 seconds while power is On and then after the reset power off the router for 5 seconds and then when the router is already power On try to ping the IP of the router using a computer that is wired to it if still cannot be ping better contact Netgear support if the router is still underw arranty and have it replace...
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
As asked above, why would you want the wired router and the wireless router on the same network?
The direct answer to your question(s) is found on Netgear's website. http://kb.netgear.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/965/kw/wpn824/r_id/166
The key is to turn off the Netgear DHCP, and give it an address that is unreachable by the Linksys DHCP ie if the Linksys gives out IP addresses starting at 100 or 101, you set your IP address to 99, turn off the DHCP, and plug it into the network NOT using the WAN port, ever. We tend to start at 251 or 221 just for clarity's sake.
The point is you answered your own question. The Netgear wired and wireless works fine. One piece of equipment and better reporting statistics....what are you missing?
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
If it's a new router read the book with it and it will tell you how to access the router via internet explorer. Something like this, on the address line of IE enter //192.168.0.1 and type enter. You will need the default login and password from the manual.
Posted on May 26, 2009
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