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Hello i just bought te netgear wireless g router
Re boot everything from cold. I mean close windows down, shut down. The reboot of boxes is by order,
1 data switches (if you have them).
2 router + modems (could be an "all in one" box).
In this order the chips chatter before windows boots. This is specialy important after changing computer boxes.
On the cables in your systems a shout of "who is there" and replies of "I'm here" happens between the boxes on your network. Wi-Fi gets to know as well. A lot of network "fixes" happen when you do this, this way. There is a load of "techno babble" as to what is happening in those seconds while everything settles down.
on Jul 02, 2017
Trying to connect my wireless
Launch a web browser from a computer or wireless device that is connected to your router's
network. Type http://routerlogin.net
into your web browser's address bar. The user name is admin
and the default password is password.
Check or set your WiFi password/passphrase. Here then on any wireless device you want to connect.
if you have 2.4 AND 5.8 ghz you have to set the SSID & passphrase on both.
on Jun 07, 2017
HOW TO RENAME MY ROUTER NETGEAR 30
Log into the Router's ADMIN screen. Enter the router's IP address in your browser -- probably something like 192.168.1.1 GOOGLE the Router Model and "Manual", to learn the default User Name and password for the login. Probably hasn't been changed. Look for the Wi-Fi setup screen and change the SSID -- that's the network name broadcast by the router.
on May 27, 2017
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