Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
First make sure that you are using the correct cable that connects your modem to the router. There are two cables that look the same but are wired differently. One is straight wired and one is not. Sometimes the modem has a switch that will change the LAN port on the modem for the type of cable you are using. If the cable is the correct one and has been tested to be good then you may need to configure the router fot the type of internet service you have. Most routers are set up to automatically obtain the IP address from the modem. Your service provider may require you to input the static IP address and MAC address for your internet to work. There may also be password settings that are required to be set on the router settings menu. Using your computer that is hooked up to the router either manually or by wireless type 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 and usually the default password is admin. This should bring you to the router settings menu where you can make changes to the router so it can communicate with your modem. Without knowing what service provider you are using I cannot tell you what you need to change. You can also try unplugging your router and modem from the power. Then plug in your modem and wait a few minutes for all the communication lights to come on then plug in your router and wait a few minutes and see if you are able to go on the internet.
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unplug the router from computer and modem, (make sure the router must be powered on ), now at the rear side of the router there is a small reset buttom,,, press it and hold it for 30 seconds,,, (you can use a pin or a ball pen for it )... now fater 30 seconds,, power off the oruter and modem.,. plug the oruter as it was before,,,,,,,,,,,,,, mow start the modem first ,, once the modem is up,, (all lights on the modem are back) then start the router... now check it should work.
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