Question about NetGear WGT624 Wireless Router
Hi. I've had a lot of recent blackouts lately from Fay and now I can't use my router! When the power came back on, I noticed that my devices were no longer able to find my network, so I reset my Westell modem for at&t dsl and my d-link router. When I opened up my browser, at&t wanted to know my login information, which I had forgotten, so I reset the password but I still wasn't able to get on the internet with my router connected to the computer. When the modem was only connected to my computer then I could get internet, otherwise when the router was connected to the modem and my computer I couldn't. I decided to change to a netgear router but the problem still persists. I told both of them my password change and that it's PPPoE. What's the deal?! Thanks. I read about you guys in the paper.
If you have reset the modem then it will be un-bridge already. the configuration you need to the router is Automatic Configuration-DHCP and not PPPoEand change the local ip address of the router to 192.168.2.1 to avoid ip adress conflict between router and modem.
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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