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This WEB site show how to configure the Netgear wireless extender.
Posted on May 07, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
assuming your pc has previously connected to the router, why did you require a reset. Remove your RJ45 cable and try reset button for 10 secs then let go. The other problem I see is you cannot connect through both wireless and wired to one IP address, you say the wireless lan light flickers and then say it knows you have removed cable, are you trying to connect via two different computers or just one. Please reply on this post and not a new one; it's hard to follow.
Posted on Nov 29, 2006
SOURCE: Laptop wont detect Router
Assuming your laptop and router are wireless, make sure you enter your security passcode for the network correctly. A mistake on the passcode will prevent you from connecting.
Also, try to reach the router's configuration from a wired connection. Once you do so, make sure you don't have the router set to deny access to unknown computers (that is, make sure any kind of "access list" is turned off).
Posted on Dec 10, 2007
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