Netgear DG834PN ADSL ROUTER AND HUB - PC dial-up connection
Until I moved house I connected my home network to the internet via the Netgear DG834PN ASDL router. I now have no ADSL on my phone line and I want to connect via shared dial-up on my computer and untilmately via an Orange Mobile modem connected to a USB port on my laptop. Problem is when I share my dial-up connection access to the Netgear DG834PN fails and I get IP address confict message. I have tried changing the Netgear DG834PN router address from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.0.12 but the same problem occurs. Any ideas? Thanks Chris
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By setting it up . Do you have the instruction manual this would be a good starting point. Although you did not give a lot of information I will offer you a bit of information. This router is an ADSL router so you need to have an internet service provider that can provide ADSL on your phone line. Once you have an internet service provider give them a call and ask them to guide you in how to set up ADSL and connect this dg834G router to their network. ADSL requires ADSL line filters on all phones. While you are setting up the ADSL you might want to also setup encryption on the WI FI settings security and give it a network name. in the router.
a POTs (plain old telephone) line should never be connected to a router. that adsl filter does not make a phone line share a data line.
ADSL is a type of internet service supplied over a phone line. think of it as raw (unusable) when its on the phone line. then you use your dsl filter/splitter to feed the raw internet into a special dsl modem and the other port can be used by a standard phone.
you will know a dsl modem when you see it because its uplink or internet port will only be big enough to fit a phone cord into, not an internet cord. these dsl modems then feed usable internet to your routers and all devices on your network. but, like i said before, at this point it is too late for your phone and internet to share the same wire.
OK, thats not entirely true
pin out of RJ45 internet
1,2,3+6 are used in a typical network
if your network is typical you can "get fancy" and use 4,5,7+8 for telephone or even put 2 data lines on the same wire (not recommended for long distances). however, this may involve cutting some wires and splicing them together or something.
If BT tested the phone line is OK but did AOL test the connection to the Netgear router and get the IP address of your Netgear router.
The phone connection is OK but the ADSL connection from the telephone exchange may not be working, that is why you are not getting an ADSL light.
The DG834PN is an easy to set-up, single box solution, it plugs straight into your ADSL line – there is no need for a separate modem. Once the DG834PN modem router is connected, configuration is also easy, via NETGEAR’s Smart Wizard™. The Smart Wizard™ automatically detects your ISP’s network settings, and then walks you through each step of the installation process. Or then Call ur ISP.
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You're wanting to connect the directly connect the DI-514 to the ASDL modem to give you a wireless network, right? If so here's what you do: Connect an ethernet line from the modem to the Internet/Wan port of your DI-514 and then you're set. I recommend you then follow the directions in the manual to setup wireless security.
If you're wanting to have your DI-514 wirelessly connect to the ASDL modem, then connect your PC to one of the LAN ports of the DI-514 and open the administrative web interface (usually located at http://192.168.0.1) and go to the wireless section and select "Wireless Client" and input the MAC of the ASDL modem's wireless interface (you can find this on the administration web interface of the ASDL modem) and you should be good to go.