Question about NetGear DG824M Wireless ADSL Modem Gateway Router
Is this a four port device? Please tell me what cables you have in the back of the router. There should be at least ....
1 x ADSL
1 x PSU (External power)
If you are connecting via wireless you do not need ethernet cables. If you want to use wired ethernet you would only need one CAT5 (or similar spec) between one of the spare ports on the router connected to the eth0 port on your PC/Laptop.
Fire up a DOS window on the PC and type "ipconfig -a". This should report that the PC has a valid IP address from the router in the format 192.168.0.x. If so you should be able to ping the router.
If *this* works then you should be able to put the IP address into a browser and get the admin screen up.
Posted on Sep 27, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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