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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Dear Loud Nouises,
Your router must be connected properly to the cable modem. This must be to the wan port on the router.
Next, the router must be set-up accordingly to recognize the modem's internet connections. Please ask for the IP address.. and other relevant informations from your internet provider.
Set -up your computer using the internet connections wizard on each of your respective computer.
This should work fine if all connections were correctly configured.
Posted on Dec 06, 2007
You will need to check your router settings and verify that the wireless settings are setup.
To access your router go to http://192.168.1.1
You may need to consult your routers website and check for configuration with the wireless part of it.
If you can get me the model of your router I can direct you further.
Let me know if you need any further help =)
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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To start with plug the LAN cable, type 192.168.0.1
into your browser, a netgear window should come
up name is (admin) PW is (password) default.
goto to wireless settings.
Tick Enable Wireless Access Point
Tick Allow Broadcast of Name (SSID, give it a name
Under security options, Tick none
Hit apply and exit
Setup your laptop up with no security to start with, the laptop
Should now see the Netgear SSID name you made.
After this find out your laptops MAC address, log back onto the
Netgear unit, add the MAC address to the allowed list, hit apply
And exit, now only your laptop will be able to get a wireless connection.
Hope this helps
Have a nice day
Posted on Dec 22, 2008
It does sound like you may need to upgrade firmware. DLink is still in the process of updating Vista firmware so be sure you get the right file!. Anyway here is the URL you need:
You might like to try:
1. Disable Windows Firewall
2. In Internet Options Control Panel go to the connection tab and then the LAN Settings where you can uncheck the "Automatically detect settings" button.
3. If you have any third party software, I would get rid of this and ensure that the"Windows Zero Configuration" in the Services menu is set to "Automatic" and the status is started.
Interestingly, Anti Virus programs sometimes interfere with wireless set up - you could see if it helps by disabling it whilst configuring your wireless. It might also be worth trying to connect without any encryption code & see if that will connect - you can then sort out the encryption.
You might find this site of some use
Posted on Mar 15, 2009
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