Question about NetGear WGR614 Router
I have two laptops one wont connect to the internet
Very vague problem description.
Check the WGR614 settings, you may have activated the MAC address filter for wireless that allows only devices with known addresses to connect to the router.
Next is DHCP settings, is your router set up to provide IP addresses to devices (recommended) or is it set to static IPs? Your laptop must match this in its own network settings.
What about WLAN security? Is your laptop able to match the security settings of the router? Some older wireless devices do not support advanced encryption (TKIP, AES, ...) or any protocols beyond WEP.
Also very common: is the WLAN radio activated on your laptop? Sometimes success is just a gentle push away on an innocent looking switch at the laptop's edge.
Posted on Feb 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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