Question about NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router
Pls ping your server ip, check your network
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
Several ways to find out. One is to connect to the router's web based settings and find out if your service provider assigned an IP address to the router. Even though it states that you are connected to the network doesn't always mean you are connected to the internet. Within the settings of the router, under status you should be able to see the IP address assigned by the provider. You can release it and renew it to make sure you are receiving the latest IP that was sent from you provider. The second way to see if the issue lies with the router....bypass the router by connecting one of your computers directly to the modem. If you are connected to the internet immediately then you will know the problem lies between the modem and router. To get into the web based settings of the router type 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 into an open internet explorer address bar. Window should pop up asking for username and password. admin should be used for both. Contact me if you any other questions. Just to clarify though, router's are prone to lock-up or losing signal due to interference and age.
Posted on Jul 19, 2008
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