Question about NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router
WIRELESS NETGEAR WGT624, I GET GOOD STRENGTH,
BUT IT SAYS LIMITED OR NOT CONNECTIVITY.
DETAILS SAYS IT IS BECAUSE THE NETWORK DID NOT ASSIGN A NETWORK ADDRESS TO THE COMPUTER.
1.) Check if you put static ip on your NIC. If not, then you are DHCP.
2.) Do some Command Line Interface at CMD.
a.) Start > Run > CMD
b.) ipconfig /all
d.) Try to release the ip by typing this command: ipconfig /release
c.) Then, renew : ipconfig /renew
try to flush your dns, by typing these:
and register again your dns by typing these:
If this solution does not correct your problem, try to reset your Netgear, by the way, do you put WPA on your wireless network?
Hit me back..
Posted on Feb 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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