Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
Heres the problem, I have a cable modem and when I connect it to the PC I have at home directly through the Ethernet cable the desktop runs fine. The Desktop is a Dell Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition. I have a Dell Inspiron 6000 Laptop with built in Intel PROSet/Wireless and that works fine everywhere else. When I plug the Ethernet cable into the Wireless Router it reads the internet/wireless as working fine. If I then plug another Ethernet cable THROUGH the Wireless Router into the Desktop the desktop reads the connection as Limited or No Connectivity. My Laptop then sees the Wireless and says it has Excellent service (seeing as I am seated right next to the Wireless Router). When I try to get a website open through my Web browser (Wyzo), it says 'Server not found'. Help Please.
Dear Loud Nouises,
Your router must be connected properly to the cable modem. This must be to the wan port on the router.
Next, the router must be set-up accordingly to recognize the modem's internet connections. Please ask for the IP address.. and other relevant informations from your internet provider.
Set -up your computer using the internet connections wizard on each of your respective computer.
This should work fine if all connections were correctly configured.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
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