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Iphone to my netcomm NB7Plus4W router issues

When i try to connect my Iphone to my Netcomm NB7Plus4W router, my mac loses it's internet connection.

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  • choncha Mar 13, 2009

    When my Mac wants to connect to the WLAN of the Netcomm NB7plus4W it loses the internet connection (or is restarting somehow). The Mac can't connect to the WLAN.

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You need to update your netcomm so that the modem router can identify your iphone's or mac's firmware.
to do this type in your browser '192.168.1.1' and press 'management>update software'

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The user guide of your router is in the link below

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