Question about NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router
I have been using netgear routers (my second) for several years. I started having problems with the last one and did everything Netgear told me to do and finally bought a new one. Here is problem. I run cable to vonage (linksys) router then to netgear. I get a strong signal but the netgear will disconnect for no reason no matter how close I am when I connect. I can connect to any other wireless but not my own with being disconnected. i have moved the two routers apart. I have tried wiring them different. I have contacted both netgear and linksys for suggestions. I have had tech man look at it and nothing works. It is like the two conflict and netgear drops signal. Can anyone get me through this? I do not want to buy another router.
You can try changing the wireless network name or ssid, change the wireless channel to 11 and enable WPA as the wireless security.Just open IE then type http://192.168.0.1 on the address usernama is admin and password is password then do the changes there.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
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