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Here's the manual for the Netgear router

ftp://downloads.netgear.com/files/netgear1/RO318_RefGuide.pdf

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Very Slow internet after power outage


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Cannot Access the RO318 Web Configuration Screen


You may have to remove proxy settings on your Internet browser (i.e.: Netscape or Internet Explorer). Or, remove the dial-up settings on your browser. The PC may not have received an IP address. Restart the PC or run the ?winipcfg? utility to dynamically assign the IP address (?ipconfig? for NT users), and then launch the browser

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Cannot Access the RO318 Web Configuration Screen


You may have to remove proxy settings on your Internet browser (i.e.: Netscape or Internet Explorer). Or, remove the dial-up settings on your browser. The PC may not have received an IP address. Restart the PC or run the ?winipcfg? utility to dynamically assign the IP address (?ipconfig? for NT users), and then launch the browser

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Why Does It Take a Few Tries to Log Into the RO318 with Internet Explorer


Wait for Java to finish loading before typing the username and password. Internet Explorer displays the router's login page before the accompanying Java applet is fully loaded. If you attempt to submit a login before the applet is loaded the router will reject it. Netscape browsers do not have this issue because they do not display the login page until the Java applet is fully loaded. If this does not solve the problem, close and relaunch the browser.

Feb 19, 2006 | NetGear RO318 Router

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Why Does It Take a Few Tries to Log Into the RO318 with Internet Explorer


Wait for Java to finish loading before typing the username and password. Internet Explorer displays the router's login page before the accompanying Java applet is fully loaded. If you attempt to submit a login before the applet is loaded the router will reject it. Netscape browsers do not have this issue because they do not display the login page until the Java applet is fully loaded. If this does not solve the problem, close and relaunch the browser.

Feb 19, 2006 | NetGear RO318 Router

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Why can't I access my ISP's resources, such as their mail and news servers on my RO318?


If the servers have simple names like 'mail' or 'news', the problem may be that the ISP's domain suffix is not being added to these names before DNS lookup. Add your ISP's domain suffix as Domain Name in the RO318's System menu. In addition, the ISP may be looking for a particular host name for your account, in which case you should enter the host name as the System Name in the RO318's System menu. Example: Consider the following account with the ISP "earthlink.net". 1. Host Name: C-223344-A 2. Domain Name: www.earthlink.net Mail Server mail Although the ISP lists the name of their mail server as 'mail', the fully expanded name is actually: mail.earthlink.net If the ISP automatically provides the domain suffix to your router, the router will append the domain suffix to DNS requests. If not, you can try one of these methods: 1. In each application (such as mail client or news reader), list the fully expanded server name, 2. Manually configure DNS parameters in the network settings of each of your PCs, and enter the domain suffix manually.

Feb 19, 2006 | NetGear RO318 Router

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Why can't I access my ISP's resources, such as their mail and news servers on my RO318?


If the servers have simple names like 'mail' or 'news', the problem may be that the ISP's domain suffix is not being added to these names before DNS lookup. Add your ISP's domain suffix as Domain Name in the RO318's System menu. In addition, the ISP may be looking for a particular host name for your account, in which case you should enter the host name as the System Name in the RO318's System menu. Example: Consider the following account with the ISP "earthlink.net". 1. Host Name: C-223344-A 2. Domain Name: www.earthlink.net Mail Server mail Although the ISP lists the name of their mail server as 'mail', the fully expanded name is actually: mail.earthlink.net If the ISP automatically provides the domain suffix to your router, the router will append the domain suffix to DNS requests. If not, you can try one of these methods: 1. In each application (such as mail client or news reader), list the fully expanded server name, 2. Manually configure DNS parameters in the network settings of each of your PCs, and enter the domain suffix manually.

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