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Solution 1 didn't work

I tried to use solution 1 but when i disconnected the ethernet cable from my computer, and do the wiring,the internet connections thru a Verizon DSL modem is lost and after enter my password to connect to the dsl modem, it doesnt work, just try to connect and redial again. Network connection on the buttom right of the screen is no longer available.

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  • Alexander Kogl May 11, 2010

    I'm sorry but I don't see a solution 1. Can you please tell me what Solution 1 was?

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Step One: Reset the Netgear Router.

How To :

Behind the router there is a steel mesh, near the antenna mesh there is a small button insde the mesh by use of a pen you can press that button please disconnect all cables before you commence the procedure and only the power cord to be plugged in. Press the button for 10 Seconcds and then release the button.

Do not connect the internet dsl cable till the congigration is complete.

Step two : Disconnect the power cable for 3-4 seconds and plug it back in.

Step three : plugin the router with your computer/laptop with the help of the cable. use port 1.

Step Four : open the web broweser and type http://www.routerlogin.net/ or http://192.168.1.1/.

Step Five: it would ask you for username and password. enter Username : admin and Password : password .

Step Six : Confiuring the router.

1) please avoid setup wizard and confure it manually and follow the steps below.

2) you would need to click on left frame buttons for the cnigration to come on the right side.

3) in setup section on the right side please click on basic settings and configure as below:
a) Does Your Internet Connection Require A Login?
Answer : No
b) for the next three options its the first choice should be like that from default, if not please set all to automatic.

Then,
Click "Apply"

4) On the right menu now click on wireless settings in the setup section.

a) give a SSID name that is a name you want to see when connecting to the the wireless router while connecting from a wireless device. E.g. ( "mp's netowrk",etc.)

b) set security option as WPA-PSK the third option.
give a password like "abcde12345" should be 10 charactes and alpha-numerical. ( This option is to make your Wi-Fi more secure and to avoid unauthorized access. Key lifetime : 60minutes

then click Click "Apply"

5) Now on the right menu goto advanced tab and click on LAN IP Setup.

a) In LAN Tcp/ip setup change the ip address to : 192.178.1.1 (to avoid dsl ip conflict)

b) there should be a check on use router as DHCP Server.
Starting IP Address 192.178.1.2
Ending IP Address 192.178.1.7

(the ip range should not be more that five ip address as otherwise the performance output would be pathetic)

Then Click "Apply".

Router Config Done..Now on the right side click in "Logout" (bottom most option)

after the router logout is done close the web browser and remove the network cable and the the power cable from the router.

Post Configring Steps :
a) Swich off the dsl modem.
b) plug the dsl cable to the internet jack in the router.
c) plug in the router power cable back to switch on the router.
d) Switch on the DSL Modem.

Wait for 15 Seconds.

Connect to you wireless netowrk using you laptop or wireless card in your computer and provide the WPA-PSK - TKIP passord which you had given in router for preventing unauhorized access.

Bingo !! you are connected...and more secure.

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Your Verizon DSL modem might be set to BRIDGE MODE. Try connecting the router again. Connect your pc to your router. Access the configuration page of the router. Set the INTERNET CONNECTION TYPE to PPPOe. You need to enter on that page the USERNAME and PASSWORD for your VERIZON DSL. Hope this helps.


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