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Hello i cant get my netgear wireless-g router to network from my hp computer to my gateway computer every thing is hook up correct i just dont know what's the problem

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    What exactly are you trying to make happen? Are both computers connecting wirelessly to the internet through the Netgear? Or is one computer physically plugged in directly and the other one connecting wirelessly?



    Since you state that everything is hooked up correctly, does that mean that both computers are successfully accessing the internet?



    Are you trying to share files between the two computers?



    If file sharing or printer sharing is the problem, there are certain steps that must be followed to get the computers to talk to each other even if they are both connected to the same router.

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Open an Internet browser and type the router's IP address into the address bar.

Enter your router's username and password if prompted to log in.
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Change settings within the router's administrative center as necessary.
There will be several menus available where you can set up security for your router and set various communication options.


Choose to apply or save changes as necessary.
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