Question about Modems
Stressed out with this product can you help.
have tried to reset netgear router and tried to login to www.routerlogin.com for assistance with no luck
Thats usually pretty easy, Im not familiar with the netgear program,
but its possible to do it using the windows wireless utility, by
clicking the setup wireless network option, and putting in an key for
WPA or WEP protection.
I did find this and looks pretty complete and easy to follow.
Posted on Apr 24, 2008
Connect to the default I.P. (usually 192.168.1.1) of the router via your internet browser. Then log into said router. (If this is your first time accessing your router username will be "admin" and password will be "password". Enable WEP. You then need to create a Hex for your WEP phrase. So basically type your password in and the router will generate a hex. That is your password.
Posted on Oct 17, 2009
Tips for a great answer:
Click the "Wi-Fi" network icon located on the Window's taskbar.
Right-click the name of your network's "SSID" name and select "Properties" from the drop-down menu.
Click the "Security Tab." The network security key is now visible but unreadable.
Click the "Show Characters" check box and this will reveal your wireless password.
Log in to the router.
Routers typically have the IP address "192.168.0.1" or "192.168.1.1" for their configurations.
When connecting to the proper router IP address, a password box appears. The default login for Linksys routers is no username and "admin" for the password.
The default login for most other routers, including D-Link, Netgear and Belkin, is "admin" for the username and "password" for the password.
View or change the wireless password.
This is either a WEP key or a WPA/WPA2 password.
Some routers allow the direct viewing of the password, while others mask the password.
If the password is masked, the only option is to change the password to something else.
Connect to the wireless network with either the revealed or changed password.
Recover the System Password
Hold in the reset button on the router for 10 seconds and disconnect the power.
Continue to hold the reset button for 15 seconds while reconnecting the power.
Release the reset button and wait 60 seconds.
The router has now been reset to factory default settings.
Log in to the router as in the previous section.
Hope this helps
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