Question about NetGear Powerline Network Xet1001 (0606449057553) Network Adapter
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: XE103 stealing bandwidth
Just a wild guess based on your description is that your hub steps down the network to match the slowest network device on the chain, and it's seeing a device on the far end of one of your XE103's running at 10Mb or maybe even 1Mb depending on the location of the XE103 and the structural resistance of your building. Hubs generally match network speed for all ports where a router is generally port independent.
Posted on Sep 11, 2007
SOURCE: Router Login
Look for a small hole in the back with a tiny button in it. With the power connected, stick a paper-clip in this hole and hole the button down for 5-10 seconds. This should reset the router back to default factory settings.
Not all models have this, but most do. Generally the hole will be near the power plug.
Posted on Feb 13, 2008
The solution I have is quite simple. I use Vista premium x64 so someone else can test it on Xp but it should work for both. In Vista the 1.3 version doesnt work so Facid's solution doesnt work for me.
[*]Get the 2.1 setup for Vista and install it.
[*]Go to your NETGEAR folder wherever you installed it to (Program Files x86 for me) and copy the DRIVERS folder to your desktop.
[*]Uninstall the smartwizard and remove everything in the NETGEAR folder.
[*]Plug in your WG111T.
[*]Go to Device Manager and find your WG111T in the list, Right Click and Update Driver.
[*]Browse to the DRIVERS folder on your desktop when it asks where to look for the driver and the WG111T will install. It should popup with a little message when it is completed but you will not be online yet.
[B]I dont know what you would do in Xp x64 system but I believe it has its own wireless manager like Vista and should be quite simalar.[/B]
[*]IN VISTA go to the Connect To button in your Start menu, It should be under Computer and Network, it should show your router along with a 5 bar network strength graphic.
[*]For me all I had to do was double click on the network and put in my WEP hex key and it conected.
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
SOURCE: router login?
The details should be username:
those are the defaults that read in the manual of rangemax wpn824
Let me know if you need anything else.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
Default IP of ST546 is 192.168.1.254
no username and password is admin
Default IP of DG834G is 192.168.0.1
username is admin and password is password
Posted on Apr 25, 2009
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