Question about NetGear DG834G Router
It asks for ip address
The IP addres it is asking for is from your wireless router. (You do have one hooked up, rigth?) You can get this by going to any of your PCs at home and opening a DOS command prompt. Usually you can get there by clicking Start and clicking on Run. A little box opens. Type in cmd and hit Enter. Up comes the black window with white text. You will type in ipconfig /all. There is a space between the g and /all. Up pops the IP configuration for your home system. If my old man's memory serves correctly, it will need the Default Gateway address typed in from which it will get its own IP address. I admit it has been about 3 months since I hooked up my last one but I believe that to be the correct method. After that, it will send out a test signal to make sure you can access the Live features. Let me know if this helps you.
Posted on Feb 16, 2009
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