Question about NetGear RangeMax WPN824 Wireless Router (WPN824NAR)
Step1: Physical connections.
In netgear router you can find 4 ports together and one standalone port.
connect the computer to any one of the 4 ports.
connect the modem to the stand alone port.
turn on the modem and the router.
Step2:check the light status on the router.
Step3:check the ip address.
click on start on computer.
go to run and typr in CMD and say ok.
black window pops up.on that type in ipconfig and press enter.
it will shows up the ip address, Subnet mask and default gateway.make a note of default gateway.
step4:open up the browser page and type in the default gateway address and press enter.
step5:then it prompt you to enter the user name and password . user name is admin and password is the word password in lower case and say ok.
step6:you can find small blue screen in the left hand side of the router page.
In that very first option is "set up wizard".click on that.
you will have a question, "smart set up wizard can detect the type of connection you have".. selcect "yes" and say "next".
wait for a while .. it will give u mess , "Dynamic ip DHCP detected".
step7: from the left side blue screen, click on basic settings, there u have a question, "does ur internet connection require a log in". say no and go to the bottom of the screen you can find the option "router mac address". in that select the second option "use computer mac address and click on apply.
Step8:from blue screen in left, click on "router status". check under "internet port" is there any ip address. if there, check are u able to go online.
step9: if there is no ip address under internet port, unplug the power cable from the modem, wait for 5 secs and plug it back.
then unplug the power cable from the router and wait for 5 secs and plug it back.
step 10:check u able to go online.
hpoe this hepls u :-)
Posted on Jun 13, 2008
If your talking about configuring it. Go to http://192.168.1.1 that is your routers configuration page. (By default)
Posted on Jun 09, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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