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need to get ps3 component cable that can hook directly to the router,if it is a wireless router goto ps3 setup menu,then turn on network discovery on ps3,then will ask for password from router fill password in,it will hook up.
I think you should check the wireless settings of the router netgear router and the iPad . Do you have any other wireless computer or device in the network? Can you connect any other computer or device to the wireless network?
If your wireless network is secured then make sure that you have the correct network key.
you can try typing in your browser address bar www.routerlogin.net then press enter this should bring up your routers setting wirelessly but this will only happen if your laptop detects your routers wireless network.
if you can connect your laptop to your router using ethernet cable you can go to the command prompt then type in IPCONFIG then enter this should pull up your ipaddress and the default gateway is your routers Graphical User Interface where you can go and change the settings, your Netgear default gateway should be 192.168.1.1 this is the default gateway that should show in command prompt for netgear routers.
If you are going to use wireless make sure in the router the wireless capability of your router is enabled ^_^
your settings depend on what your Internet service provider requires you for settings
This is beacuse there is NAT on the router for which you need to open certain TCP/UDP Ports on the router . but firtstly you need to Bridge the Verizon DSl Modem set up the internet connection as per same .
Hold the "Reset" button on the pack of the WGR614 for 20 seconds(might need to use a paper clip/small pen)
Connect an ethernet cable from one of the numbered ports on the Netgear and connect it to your PC
Click on "Start", "Control Panel", "Network and Internet", "Network Connections" (or on Vista, "Network and Sharing Center", then "Manage Network Connection")
Double-click on the "Local Area Connection"
Click on the "Support" tab (or "Details" on Vista)
Make sure an IP address and Gateway are listed. With netgear it should be 192.168.1.1 or some models are 192.168.0.1 for Gateway. If you get 169.x.x the network cable is probably faulty.
Open web browser
Type in the address of the default gateway(probably http://192.168.1.1) (Default user: admin, default pass: password)
You can re-enable the wireless adapter once you've configured the router. Make sure to pick a Unique SSID. (Unless you already are familiar with where to locate the saved wireless profiles on your computer so you can delete the old profile when the settings do not match)
I believe you need to hook up an ethernet cable from your computer to the Netgear and go to the gateway address in your browser. It may be http://192.168.0.1 .. when you see the menu, configure from there instead of using a CD
Assuming they all will work with the version of wireless the netgear works with (802.11a/b/g) then you really just need to enable the wireless network on the netgear and choose how you want to protect it. I recommend using WPA or WPA2 if all your devices will support it - this depends on the wireless cards in all your pc's - just set up a name for the wireless network (not recommended that you use the default because everyone does) set up your WPA/WPA2 passphrase on the netgear and it should be pretty much ready to go. On each pc then, once they are able to see the wireless network with the unique name you gave it, just hit connect in your wireless settings and enter the passphrase. Each pc should be set up.
The only other thing to consider is to make sure they are all using DHCP via the wireless router or, if you prefer setting up their IP addresses manuall, make sure none of them conflict with eachother (each one needs to be unique).