Unable to apply any authentication for the Wireless
Unauthenticated wireless connections work alright.
At the 192.168.1.1 > "wireless" > "authentication" admin page, the "apply" button won't have any effect when I chose WEP, WPA or WPA2.
(If I change to the "basic" tab and back to the "authentication" tab, I see the changes didn't stick: Authentication Type [disabled])
Tried all sorts of restarts.
Tried to disable wireless before setting authentication.
Tried firmware update.
Tried filling all WEP keys, tried ASCII and HEX, tried 64 and 128 modes.
Tried all settings.
can't get passed authentication user name and password. nothing works
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To RESET the Netgear, power up the Netgear then press and hold the RESET button at the back of the router until all the LEDs flash. Connect a LAN cable from the Netgear to the LAN port on your computer, open a browser and enter the Netgear configuration URL - http://192.168.0.1 The default login = admin The default PW = password You can now change the default admin password and configure the wireless settings. Go to the wireless configuration and set up the SSID and WPA or WPA2 encryption. Now apply these settings to the wireless card in your laptop/computer. To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Check the IP address of the computer connected to router wired .open command prompt on windows based computer.check the default gateway. Try to access the router page with that DG IP address. Password of the router by default in admin and password admin. once the page is open on left side click on wireless tab ,under that click on security . on right side we will find manual set AP. we can change network authentication as well as the network key form there depending on the demand. After that apply/save button should be pressed.
Is it just you or can nobody connect wirelessly?
Is the wireless light on on the front of the router?
Anyway. Open your web browser and type in this address 192.168.0.1
don't type anything else and then hit return.
In a moment you should get the gatekeeper popping up asking for the login and password. If they have not been changed they are admin and password.
navigate to the wireless page (I think it says WLAN) and check that it is all set up correctly (and that it is still turned on!)
If it is on, just disable the security (i.e. turn security off) and hit apply.
disconnect your ethernet cable and see if you can connect wirelessly now. If you can then the problem is with your security settings - if not - the the problem could be the wifi card in your computer.
That's about as far as I can help.
1. Connect the cable/phone line coming from Internet Service Provider to the WAN port of the router(isolated port). 2. Connect the computer to the router using any one of the 4 available ports. 3. Open the browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox or Safari). 4. Access the router usually by typing 'http://192.168.0.1' or 'http://www.routerlogin.com' in the address bar. 5. Login to the router (username = admin password = password unless you have changed it). 6. Click 'setup wizard'(at the top of list) from left menu. 7. Select yes and click next. 8. It should give you a "PPPoA Detected" and then click next. 9. Enter the login and password of ISP click apply. 10. Once the settings are updated click on 'router Status' and click on 'connection status' button(at the bottom of the page). 11. Click on connect button. 12. Connecting to server should show 'connected'. 13. If you receive 'CHAP authentication failed', close the 'connection status' window and click on 'Basic settings'. Check the login and password for ISP and apply the setting again. 14. Open up another browser window and try to access internet.
Access the configuration page of the router by typing in 192.168.0.1 on the address bar.
>Type in Admin/admin on your the log-in page and leave the password blank click ok.
>If you created a username and passsword used that one, if you forget your username and password reset the router for 15 seconds. Reset button is located at the back of your router and use admin on the login page.
>Once inside, click on HOME and on the left side choose WIRELESS
>Enables should be choosen.
>Under SSID, change your network name to a new one.
>Under Network Authentication choose WPA-PSK
>Key type would be passphrase
>Type in your password for your network. mimimum 8 character.
>Click on Apply >Continue.
>On your laptop, connect first to your wireless network before accessing the Internet.
Try This : Paste the link on the address bar of the Internet explorer or CLick on the
Click on HPHNDU_10...
Click on Save and save it to your desktop and run the software . It will Show your Network Name and The WEP/WPA key .
Then try the Username as "admin" and Password "password" under the router
This should be done with the computer that is attached to the router
Or you can temporarily connect the Laptop with a Ethernet cable to the router
If still it doesn't work can call up the router company.
there should'nt be a problem setting WEP security or an other unless there is a firmware problem, as you simply select security, then the method e.g. WEP, select hex, then open system amd type manually your values for a chosen key number from 1 to 4.