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if you are using wireless cordless phone next to your Router it will interfere with your wireless it reduces the signal so i will suggest you to move your cordless phone to somewhere else but of course it will still have effect on your connection ,most cordless phones and wireless routers operates in same Baseband its inteferance.. your microwave also effects your wireless .. i hope that will help your problem.
Open the router's GUI with 192.168.1.1 if it is a linksys/netgear router login with username - leave blank password - admin for linksys router
Click on wireless tab on top- Select Manual - Wireless n/w mode - mixed, Network name SSID(Remove linksys and type the name you want to give to wireless network), Radio band channel- Std.20Mhz. Wide Channel - Grayed out,Std.Channel-6.2.437GHz. , Broadcast of SSID - Enabled,Save settings, Click on wireless security (Under sub tab of wireless) - Security mode - WPA - Personal - Type the password you want to create for wireless. Try to search for wireless networks and try to connect. At times you not able to connect - So try to remove the preferred networks from list.
Synario for win xp -
Start - Control Panel-Network and internet- Network Connections - Rt. click on w/l n/w connection - View available w/l n/w - Click on Changed Adv. settings - Click on w/l n/w tab in btwn the general and advance - Remove the prefrerred networks from list. And now click ok - come out from ever y window and click on the pop up whuich says network detected/One or more n/w found in range- Click on the w/l name belongs to you - And hit connect - Type you security key and all set.
At times you not able to see w/l tab btween general and advance -
Thn Click on start - type services.msc in run - Rt. click on Wireless Zero Configuration (Myt be last or second last option from list) Click on start- And now try to connect to w/l after removing the preferred networks from list.
spoke to netgear tech support team again, and have just come off phone today again been doing this for the last 10 days on a regular basis they fix it then next day it goes down again dread to think what my phone bill looks like at the moment,thanks all the same, bye for now
Sadly the mimo router you show in the picture is similar to the one I had. I still have it, and it works somewhat. I had the same problems, and Netgear had no fix for me.
So I fixed it with dlink, I went and bought a dlink router and the problem vanished. Sorry to reply like this, but it was the only fix for me. The dlink router has worked flawlessly. I refrained from further Netgear purchases after this. The problem has not returned. :) Now please don't rush out and buy dlink, any other brand will work, like linksys, or belkin. Sometimes the problem is caused by the brand. This problem and many like it caused Netgear major problems they'll never recover from.
Word of the wise..Quality can never be fixed by quantity. Pay the extra $10 and get a decent router.
You do not have to use the cd. Go to the control panel and un-install the program that the cd installed. then: Shutdown your PC. Unplug the power from the router and the cable modem. Wait 30 sec. then plug in the power to the cable modem, wait 30 sec. then plug the power to the router. Wait till you have "Internet" light then restart your PC. The PC should pick up an IP address and you should be able to get on-line. This is if you have a cable service provider. If you have DSL, the router needs to be configured with PPOe.
If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
First make sure wireless is turned ON or enabled on the computer, then use the View Available Networks to connect to the your SSID or network name. IF you can connect to router then you should be able to surf Internet.