Question about NetGear RangeMax WPN824 Router
All the computers in my house have been connected to wifi for ages and so did my iphone 3g up until now. i suddenly got a flashing yellow wifi symbol on my router which used to be solid and now my iphone rarely picks up the wireless conection even if im standing right next to it, if by luck i do find it, the password ( which i know is correct as i set up my other computers with) seems to be incorrect as it says could not conect to network. help?
I will try to help you out with this....
Might be you tried to cinnect with the network many time thats why its keep on disconnecting,
you can delecte all the netwoks that you have in you 3G Iphone and try to connect fresh, if its still give you the same error then you need to change the channel on the router if still it wont connect I suggest you to change tehw ireless settings on you router and reconnect all the computer and you Iphone again with the new network...
Steps are below before you change any settings on teh router i would like to inform you that you will loss your wireless connection till you reconfigure and reconnect you computer with the new network again........
open the internet explorer on your wired computer
type in 192.168.1.1or you can type http://routerlogin.com
, it will prompt you for user name and password, the user name will be 'admin' and password will be 'password', make sure you type it in small case
click on the wireless settings under the heading of setup
check out another screen shot below :
a. Change Name SSID : name of your network that you want to have
b. CHANNEL : Change to 11 and if uts 11 change it to 06
c. Mode : change to G&b
d. Sceurity : Select WEP
e. Key1 ; type any 10 digit number or you can type 1020304050, as mention above as the password for your wireless network
you will able to see your wireless network name on your computer, simply select it and it will prompt you for password that will be your 10 digit number you punch in Key1
connect with it and you are ready to go with your wired and wireless connection
I hope above mention will resolve your concern.....
Posted on Oct 28, 2009
Try and reset the Netgear wireless router back to the default settings and then configure the wireless router again.
There is a reset button at the back of the router, use a sharp object and press the reset button until the LEDs flash, then release the reset button.
If you remember the previous settings ie SSID and encryption etc. then enter them again, don't forget to change the default password.
If you don't remember these settings, just create new ones and then configure the wireless cards in the computer with these router settings.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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I did two things to resolve this issue
1. Downgrade the router to a lower version.If your router is Netgear WGT624 v3 use this link to downgrade your router
(this help to avoid getting a errro message "Unable to join network")
2. Reconfigure you Wifi network by going to setting ---->under choose a network---> others-----> Enter your SSID name (seen at the back of your router) ----->under the security tab selet the same encyrption standard as that of your router which you can see when you log in to the router (usually router IP 192.168.1.1) ---->setup ------>wireless setting----> security option. This one helps you to join your home wifi as soon as you enter your home.
I hope this one works as it worked for me
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