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Wireless router/ modem is no longer wireless

The unit began shutting down and took it to my IP who reconfigured it, now I no longer have wireless. How can I reconfigure at home to get wireless back on?

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Follow the tip I prepared to enable your radio feature.
Let me know if you do not find the switch on your pc (refer to your documentation.

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Check the LAN and wireless cards are functioning correctly in Device Manager.

Open the DOS cmd window.
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Both devices support DHCP.
You may have to set the Netgear router into "Bridge mode".
Open your browser and type:
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Under Device mode select Modem only.
Note:
One in the "Modem only" mode the Netgear router will act as a simple modem, its IP address will have no relevance except for connecting to the wireless Lan range extender to change settings or reconfigure. Remember this IP address.

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My router is set to get it's WAN IP from the modem (it's a d-link though)

refer to the manual on page 28- try setting the WAN/internet setting to dynamic. You should leave the host name blank and not clone the MAC address.

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Post back results and I will try to assist further if required

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