Question about NetGear RangeMax NEXT WNR834B Wireless Router
Whats your address? I am only interested so I can wait under the window =)
Seriously though, get a copy of a program called "Netstumbler" and run it on your PC.
It will show any wireless networks within range. The problem may not be your network so much as it could be another network that is interfering with the channel your's is set to.
Remember that wireless is a low powered form like a microwave. If you have cordless phones, microwave ovens etc close to it, then it can go nuts.
Hope it helps =)
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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My wireless connection is not working and i cannot log on to it, I have connected a Netgear WGT624 V3 Wireless Router to my Motorola SurfBoard SB5101E Modem which is connected to Telewest Cable Broadband (internet works fine if i access directly through the modem), on the router the power light is lit and also the internet light flashes rapidly but the wireless light comes on for a couple of
seconds and then goes out - i think this is the problem? I have tried logging on to the router to check the wireless settings but cannot access it, i have also tried connecting directly via LAN but cannot get this to work either although i am not sure if i have connected it correctly?
Any ideas/comments/advice is very much appreciated!!
Thanks in advance,
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