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Connecting a router to a gateway

I have a Netgear gateway that I rent from my Cable company to have wifi in my home. Since its reach is limited, I wanted to expand it by adding a Netgear Rangemax Wireless Router, but I have problems synching the two devices. Is that even possible and if yes, how? Do I just connect the two by using an ethernet cable. Is there a specific sequence I need to follow? Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

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  • michaelke6 Jan 16, 2009

    Sorry, but I don't get that just yet. Isn't the 192.168.0.1 you mention the website address that I type into my browser's address bar to find the settings for my router? How could I possibly change that address and save as something else? I might be able to save the actual IP address for the router that I find listed when I go to that website, but not the web address, correct? I'm a little confused as to the different IP addresses that appear to exist.....

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Sure, you just need to change the ip address of the Rangemax. Netgear usually uses 192.168.0.1 for their router ip addresses. Plug the ethernet cable from your PC into the Rangemax. Open a web browser and put 192.168.0.1 into the address bar. You should reach the home page of the Rangemax. Change it's ip address to 192.168.0.2 and save.

Run an ethernet cable from one of the four ports in your Netgear gateway to the internet in port on your Rangemax and all should be well.

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  • fonfara Jan 16, 2009

    Both your gateway from your cable company and the Rangemax have the same ip address. Hence they cannot be plugged into each other and work without a confilict.



    IP addresses are assignable. If you read my instructions again, you will see that I am having you disconnect your computer from the gateway and plug it into the Rangemax. When you put 192.168.0.1 into the address bar of your web browser, it will then access the home page of the Rangemax, not your gateway. You haven't told me what model of Rangemax you have, but the owner's manual shows you how to change the ip address. The manual is also available online at www.netgear.com.



    After you change the ip address to 192.168.0.2, if you want to access the home page of the Rangemax, you will type 192.168.0.2 into the address bar of your browser. Now that your two pieces of hardware have different ip addresses in the same range, they will work together when reconnected.





    You should also create a WPA/2 password for wireless access.

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