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Dear sir i want to use my netgear wgr614 router as access point. please give me suggestion how can i do that

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Simply plug your modem into the yellow rj45 port in the back of the router with a standard Ethernet cable then plug a comp into one of the Ethernet ports and configure your wifi if necessary
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In Your web browser type in 192.168.0.1,it will ask you for a user name and password,user name is admin and password is password,once you enter the netgear setup utility find the section that ask you if you would like to use as an access point,check it,save changes-you will have to download the user manual on detailed step by step instructions from netgears website in order for it to work-i would download the user manual before you do anything at all and read first what has to be done-Good Luck-Access points are not easy to configure and must be connected via an ethernet cable when doing the initial setup-Have Fun

Posted on Jan 22, 2011

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