Question about NetGear N600 Wireless Dual Band Router
New Netgear N600 router, and HP G60 router will only connect to the net when hardwired - can't do wireless. It worked fine with my old linksys router wirelessly. The tech tried for over an hour and thinks some third party program is blocking it. He suggested to call HP support but I can't find a number for them. Any ideas or suggestions? It works fine with my Toshiba running Windows 7 after we logged into the ISP. Thanks, Mary
Usually there are 2 types of wireless connections, 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz. Your laptop may not be able to connect to one of these connections, so it may be incompatible with your router. You can try buying a USB networking card (no more than $20). It will plug into one of your USB ports and should allow you to connect to your router. Hope this helps!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
try this plug up a line to laptop to modem to check to see if you can get connected if so then make sure you are on the same network and if so then call comcast to help you setup the laptop wireless settings in sound like the settings online doesn't have the laptop enable to accept the laptop
Posted on Dec 01, 2008
SOURCE: Netgear DG834G with xbox360
Connect to the Router,
Under the Security tab, select Services, then add, give it the name XBOX TCP/UDP, set start port as 3074 and end port as 3074, set type as TCP/UDP, click apply/ok. Do this again, giving it the name XBOX UDP, start port 88, end port 88, type UDP, then apply settings.
Now go to Firewall under the Configuration tab, under incoming click add, now select the service XBOX UDP/TCP from the drop down menu. select forward to specific IP address or similar and type in your Xbox's IP address e.g. 192.168.1.5, click log never, then apply ok. Do the same for XBOX UDP and your again click apply. That's it! you've successfully opened the necessary ports on your Router and told your Router that any incoming info on those ports should be sent to your Xbox.
Posted on Mar 19, 2009
I have the same router, and it works with windows vista. I didn't have to do any firmware upgrade. I just plugged it in and it works..
Posted on Apr 06, 2009
go to a command prompt window (start, type in "cmd") once there type "ipconfig /release" (space between ipconfig and the /)
wait for it to release, then type "ipconfig /renew" (all without the quotation marks) this should work
Posted on Feb 23, 2010
1. If you can upgrafe firmware on router that can fix your problem
2. you can go to netgear website for latest firmware on router(you can download from there)
Posted on Mar 17, 2010
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