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I connected my cnet cnig914 router to both my laptop and my desktop using the basic setup instructions offered by the setup wizard. Both P.C where connected to the internet for about and hour and now neither of them is connecting to the internet. I tried doing the setup for both computers over again but neither of them will connect. Any suggestions?

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Try to power cycle the network
turn off the router then the modem, wait for 3 minutes then turn on the modem first, when the lights are steady turn on the router

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The router installs fine on one lap but I still can't connect my other laptop


your first option is to go to http://192.168.0.1 Here Select admin from the drop down menu and leave the password field Blank.

Once the page loads youll see a series of options. this is the routers linux interface section. you will see D-link on the top left.

Select the first option Install router.
the steps would be as follows.

Step 1.
Insert the Router Setup Wizard CD in the CD-ROM drive. follow The step by step instructions. Once you done this And i believe you have already. see step 2

Step 2.
go to http://192.168.0.1 Here
Select the Option
Setup on the Top > Internet is on the left side.
Under the Internet connection Wizard Hit the Setup Wizard button.

Step 3.
Now on the Setup page Same place where the setup Wizaed is. just below their is another option called Wireless Security Setup Wizard.
Press the Launch Wireless Security Setup Wizard Button.
Read the 3 steps then click the next button to continue.
Steps for step 3.
1. Enter a SSid this will be the network name you see when you want to connect to your own network. example.. MyHome
2. Select your security option then click next. (For simplicity chose WEP)
3. click apply.and let the router reboot.

when it comes back online you should see your network you just setup. our example was MyHome.
If you are new to router setup. use the Wep security called Good on your routers security WEP. and just write the key it gives you down. this is the code you need to connect your devices and is considered ok for a simple home network.

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How to setupmy router Cnet CNIG-914 for PLDT myDSL ISP


Plug your DSL cable in your router's WAN or DSL port and then you power ON your router.

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My Cnet CNIG-914 router doesn't give internet connection


There are several possible problems. Do you receive an IP address from the router? To find out, open the command prompt (Start > Run, type in command , and at the prompt enter (without quotes) "ipconfig".

If you have an IP address, try unplugging the router and your modem for 2 minutes. Power on the modem first, and wait for alll lights to stop their startup flashing and testing pattern (1-2 minutes is usually good), then plug the router in.

If you do not recieve an IP address (if your IP address is 169.x.x.x that is most likely the case) then the router is not giving you one. reset it to factory defaults, and follow the instructions to set it up again.

Try those and let us know how it works out for you.

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I have a netgear rangemax due wireless n router. I had a friend, who is good with computers, set it up for me last april. he set it up through my desktop, which is connected directly to my broadband,...


These are some reasons why your new Hp laptop can't connect through your Netgear Router is because your Router has a security that used a password to connect to your router or the ip address of your desktop and Dell laptop is already setup to the router to work with internet.

You can learn how to setup your router easily.

Smart Wizard:
http://syndicate.sellpoint.net/Netgear__Inc_/90983/16285-8W6DBC-28-player-T1_MP/MPPlayer/MPPlayer.html?Master=Self&PlayerTitle=&ShoppingCart=http%3A%2F%2Fsyndicate.sellpoint.net%2FNetgear__Inc_%2F90983%2F__buybutton__.html&LVerify=Syn-WMP2YD-90987&Width=536&Height=525&ParentUrl=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.netgear.com%2FProducts%2FRoutersandGateways%2FWirelessNRoutersandGateways%2FWNDR3300.aspx

Netgear Data Sheet:
http://www.netgear.com/upload/product/wndr3300/wndr3300_ds_25sep09.pdf

Here's the instruction how to access your Netgear Router (to change the settings and to allow your new Hp laptop to connect to the internet)

http://www.ultimateone.co.uk/article/netgearrouteripaddress

I suggest to use a password security, for easy connection of your computers

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Whether you are using a notebook or a desktop PC you have to run windows network setup wizard. The PC & notbook must have a wireless network card installed inorder to connect to the wireless router. Though most people who use a desktop PC hook directly to the the wireless router through a Rj45 cat5 or cat6 patch cable. Reason being a desktop PC is less likely to be moved around. Read & follow instruction while in network setup wizard. Windows does most of the work for you. One suggestion. If you do not setup security for you're wireless, anyone near you will ba able to tab into you're wireless network & steal you're signal. You will be asked to setup a password. (Do not loose you're password)!

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Install g54 di-524 wireless router to wireless laptop


Ok go to the Dlink web site and download the setup disks for your router and follow the instructions...

Basically, ya connect up the router to the PC via a Ethernet cable, (or USB sometimes). open IE and get into the routers setup.. usually 192.168.0.1 OR maybe 10.1.1.1 a window should ask for logon password use ADMIN & ADMIN. Then run the wizard entering your details IE: Logon Name and Password... and then follow the instructions ... reboot and ya should be up and running.. good luck

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  1. Open an Internet browser, and type http://192.168.0.1. If a "Configuration Assistant" appears immediately, then do not follow the rest of these instructions. Follow the Configuration Assistant instructions, instead. Once you are finished, test your Internet connection by browing online,
  2. Type admin for User Name, and password for Password. (Older routers use 1234 as the password.)
  3. Click OK. This logs you into the router
  4. Click Setup Wizard on the top left corner, Select Yes for the Setup Wizard to detect the type of internet connection and click Next.
  5. The Setup Wizard will detect the type of Internet connection. DSL connections which require a login to connect to the internet will be detected as PPPoE. Click Next
  6. Configure your router with the username and password provided by your ISP and click Apply.
  7. The router will now save these settings. When complete, you can verify whether you are connected to the internet from the Router Status > Maintenance menu.
  8. Verify you have a valid IP address (not-blank / 0.0.0.0) on the Internet Port assigned by your ISP
  9. check if you are able to go online wired..
  10. to setup wireless
  11. Click Wireless Settings under Setup menu.
  12. Under Security Options, Select WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy)
  13. Select Authentication type as Automatic and Encryption Strength as 64-bit (or 128-bit) - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
  14. Select Key 1 and enter any 10 hexadecimal digits - any combination of 0-9, A-F (26 digits if you selected 128-bit as the encryption strength) and Apply the settings. Please note down these values - You must later configure your wireless computers with the same setting.
  15. then check in your w/ls laptop, you would find your w/ls n/w name , try connect to it, enter your key , you would get connected
for more clarification, log into http://kbserver.netgear.com.

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Check with your routers settings that automatic DHCP is enabled, as this will allocate each laptop an individual IP Address. Also go to network connections in control panel and right click on your network card (not the wireless card, if you have inbuilt wireless), and make sure they are set on both laptops to 'automatically assign IP Address'. Also ensure that your wireless network cards are dissabled if you have them; as this can confuse laptops as to which network you wish to connect to, even if your router isn't wireless, it will be looking for a connection.

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