Question about NetGear N300 Wireless Router
I have a netgear router and i am trying to use it as a wireless access point. I have turned DHCP off and i can access the internet via it. Only if i use multiple devices it runs slow or crashes. I need to varify my settings
Yes, I confirm it is true. Just changed IP address from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.0.1 and everything works fine.
Posted on Mar 08, 2013
The bandwith is shared between devices, making them slower. DHCP provides an IP and is dynamic, making it easy to add devices, A static IP means you have to assign and keep track of the IP's. Most people use DHCP.
Posted on Jan 15, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Yes you can use it as an access point and hook it to your existing router, since this is a wireless router and can work as a wireless access point on your network............
Posted on Nov 04, 2008
you need to change the IP address of the router. Plug just the router into the computer. Open Internet Explorer and go to 192.168.1.1. user: admin password:password. On the main page it allows you to change the LAN IP. Make it 192.168.2.1. Now unplug everything and rewire it correctly. This should fix the issue. Verizon uses 192.168.1.1 for the modem well so does Netgear and this causes the network to not function. So changing the IP of the router should fix this issue and has worked for me many times that I have done that set up.
Posted on Jun 04, 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
Right, it won't work. The 614 doesn't have the software to make it into a BRIDGE or AP CLIENT. It can only be made into an Access Point, meaning it needs a wired connection INTO it.
A TP-Link http://www.tp-link.com/products/product_spe.asp?id=36 WA501G costs under $40 and gives you the ability to go from wireless to wired. It takes about 15 minutes to set up, and will plug into your DVR's ethernet port to extend your wireless network. It's programmed by setting the mode, AP, CLIENT, BRIDGE, etc. We use them in areas where we want to extend a wireless signal for distances like across parking lots, but it also will work across a room or two.
There are also wired ethernet extenders that use house wiring like the Netgear XE-102, about $80, that look like two wall transformers with ethernet jacks. You plug one into the router/switch and the other into the DVR.
Posted on Apr 22, 2009
I am having exactly the same problem. It occurred on Sunday 17th. I have phoned Optus who seem unable to work out what has happened. It will work wirelessly but not recognise it when set up via ethernet cable.
Posted on Jan 18, 2010
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