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What do I do with my Netgear WNR834Bv2 router? It does not show the blue wireless connection light on the front panel - even though I already did a hard reset. I am connecting it to a Huawei B200 wireless gateway. Will the combination work?

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Go NETGEAR Router and configure.

Posted on Nov 03, 2010

  • zero02_mmx Nov 06, 2010

    Got the issue sorted out. The internal WiFI card was removed from its base and connection, that's why the blue light does not appear...

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In retrospect, I believe this happened because as part of my attempt at fixing the problem as a whole, I upgraded my firmware for the router to the latest version:  http://kbserver.netgear.com/products/wnr834bv2.asp#

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