Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
I am trying to setup a wireless connection for my mother like I have at home. I have tryed over and over but no internet connection. It is getting signal across but whenever the router is hooked up the home computer gets no internet connection. When the internet ethernet cable is hooked straight to the home computer it is fine but when it connected to the router no internet connection or actually it says internet connection limited or no connectivity.I'm about stumped I've never had a problem setting these up before.
Go to control panel, then Network and Internet connections
then network connections
double click local area connection
go to the support tab
put the default gateway code into your browser address bar.
if it requires a code, the name is admin and the password is password.
youll get to a web page, go to wireless settings.
type in the name of your roter in the first box (ssip or something)
if its already in there then im not sure what to do. just adjust the setttings in this area and it should work.
Posted on Jun 15, 2008
I want to connect three computer by netgear wgr614 wireless router .i have given ip adress 192.168.1.1 but not taking & i have already reset by reset switch butnot connecting in pc showing connected but any website not open .please solve my querry why not connecting on lan
Posted on Apr 14, 2009
I know this is an old thread, but i just had the same problem and found this page. I found a solution through a friend but thought anyone could use the same advise.
Only follow this if you know what you are doing! I am not responsible if anything goes wrong.
1. Simply download and save the latest network adapter drivers from dells website onto your computer. Make sure they match your hardware.
2. You can try just installing them and maybe it will work for you, but for me I had to uninstal the old drivers from the "Device Manager" first.
3. Run the your downloaded files from dell untill they install into your device manager. And for me that was it.
My day of suffering is over and if I help anyone then my work is done. Enjoy!
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
It is common that in order to get a routable IP address from your ISP that you need to reset your cable/DSL (DOCSIS) modem when you make a device change (Plugging in a different device.) Simply follow the rule of [outside - in]. This means, unplug your router and your cable modem. Plug in your most outer device (closest to the internet from your PC) which would be your modem. Wait for it to come completely up. Now, plug in your Modem. Wait for it to come completely up. Now go to you PC and refresh your IP address. In Windows type ipconfig /release then ipconfig /renew in the command prompt. For Linux open terminal and type dhcpcd -k eth0. You should see an IP address like 192.168.1.2 or some variant of that. This means you obtained an IP from your router. Open up a browser and type in http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx . Where the x's are put your gateway address listed in a ipconfig /all command. This will bring you into the admin console for the router. You should be able to see in the router if it picked up an IP from your ISP. If it did, you should be online.
Posted on Jun 10, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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