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MY NETGEAR SPH 200D IP PHONE NOT CNNECTIONG TO INTERNET . I GET MESSAGE SYSTEM STARTING UP BUT NEVER WORKS. I DONOT HAVE INSTALLATION CD

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Follow the steps below to resolve the issue:

1. Disconnect the power to the base station.
2. Remove the batteries from the handset - leave them out for a few minutes and when you replace them, don't try to turn the handset on: just put it in the charger base and leave it for 15 minutes or so.
3. Plug in the power to the base station and leave it for a minute to settle down.
4. Take the handset out of the cradle and turn it on.

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1. Please remove all the connections from the router. Connect power to the router and then connect a cable from the computer into any of the 4 lan ports on the router. Make sure the modem should not be connected to the router or to the computer.
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1. Locate an optimum location for the Broadband Router. The best place for the Broadband Router is usually at
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