I have problem connecting thru Netgear WGR614 v5. As I had some problem, I had to press the RESET button back of the router and trying to reconfigure it. I gave all new DSL authentication and rest are set to default configuration. I setup the profile also on the computer and baloon shows 'excellent'. However, it's not getting connected to internet.
I am sure modem (2WIRE provided by SBC DSL) alright. Bze, I am able to connect thru wire.
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no it never needs a hard ware repair... doing a hard reset for the router will help...
press and hold the reset button on the router for 10 to secs using a paper clip or any safety pin.... reconfigure the router when reset is done completely...
You'll need to reset the router then, unless someone else knows it, or it's printed on the router somewhere. There's a small reset button on the back, hold it in for 30 secs, you may need a pencil or something. Then you have to set up the router again. At least it's good practice and you won't forget it again in a hurry ;-) hopefully anyway.
When you reset the router, it comes back to factory default settings. Now you will need to reconfigure the router for the Internet connection. If you have the CD then try to run the CD. Or you can reconfigure the router without the CD also.
Hi, taffy_man, the network key is something you configure yourself. If you dont know it you have to RESET the router to the factory defaults. Take a paper clip, or something sharp, and insert it into
the little reset hole in the back of the router, and hold for 15 seconds
or so, that'll reset the router. Wait for all the lights to stop
flashing and remain on, then try to connect to the internet. Or you
could type www.routerlogin.com into your internet address bar and it'll
ask you for the username and password, the defaults are admin and
password.. If that doesnt work do the same thing but first disconnect the power cable. Then while pressing the reset button THEN connect the power cable again but keep the reset button for 10 secons and then go to the routerlogin.com or (192.168.1.1) and do what I wrote above. Then you will have to reconfigure your settings. I hope this helps.
Since you cannot ping the router, first thing to do here is to reset the router by pressing the reset button of the router for 30 seconds while power is On and then after the reset power off the router for 5 seconds and then when the router is already power On try to ping the IP of the router using a computer that is wired to it if still cannot be ping better contact Netgear support if the router is still underw arranty and have it replace...
Ok, so the probvlem here is with your router and you may need to reset it and reconfigure it back.
To reset the router press and hold the reset button for 10 then after that try to run the setup Cd that came with the router and don't fiorget that when you run the setup CD your modem and router should be connected and computer shoudl also be connected to the router.
Is it the router that's showing 'Limitted and no connectivity' or the PC trying to connect to the router? If it's the latter make sure that the router is configured to assign IP addresses via DHCP and that your WEP/WPA keys match on both sides. If it's the former check your authentication info for SBC.