Question about NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router
I have 2 new computers (1 desktop) (1 laptop). They both have Windows Vista. My Netgear Router says I can go to www.netgear.com/vista and upgrade. I went there and clicked on WGT624v3, but my Netgear box says WGT624NA. (I don't know if it is the same?) Also, once I click on download, what do I do next? Extract files? Can I do this without the router being connected. I can't get the internet with the router as it is.
It's not the same. Your Netgear router version is V1. I did not find any downloadable upgrades either - I have the same router. My connection problem turned out to be between my DSL modem (AT&T), router and PC. What I needed to do was, under "Basic Settings," click no where it asks if your service requires login, then at the bottom of the tab, click the option to acquire the MAC address directly from the wired (desktop) computer. ("this computer" on the tab) Once I had done that, the router enable the modem correctly and I could use the desktop and the wireless access for my laptop. Frustrating, because if you have AT&T as your service provider, Netgear's instructions tell you to do the exact opposite.
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