I am trying to help a customer restore their connectivity to their server. earlier this week, a power outage wiped out thier servers' internet connection and the connection to 2 computers, I'll call them 1 and 2. We advised them to replace the wireless usb adapter they were using to have internet connectivity on 1, 2, and the server only. Here is the way this is all connected: the server (windows XP sp3) has a wired connection (.88) that goes to a switch, and allows those computers to connect to the server, no problems there. the server has a wireless …

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Hello, I've been trying to set up a wireless repeater for my house for the past day and I am stumped as to why it is not working. I have two netgear routers, one is a wndr3300 and the other is a wndr4000. Here's what I tried so far. - I set up the SSID, channels, and security for the base station router(wndr4000).(It would only let me use WEP encryption for Wireless repeating for some reason) - I then enabled the wireless repeating function on the base station router, and put in the 1st MAC address of the repeater router(wndr3300. …

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I am having a problem with my Netgear adapter. My computer finds the device and says it's working properly but I can't pull up a web page when I disconnect my ethernet cable. I went into network connections and it is showing the connection as active but no ip address. When I did the setup the netgear adpter installtion wizard did not ask for ip address or linking of an ip address. What should I do ? Please help asap ! Thanks.

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Hello, I have just bought a new NAS ([url]http://www.amazon.co.uk/Netgear-RND2110-ReadyNAS-Duo-1000GB/dp/B0016KVW96[/url]) and set up two drives in it in RAID1. I connected the NAS via a gigabit connection but the transfer rate won't seem to budge over 30mb/s when reading and tends to get stuck at around 15mb/s when writing. The primary drive is a Seagate Barracuda which runs at 7200RPM, so I think that drive should be able to hit around double what I am getting at the moment; and the second drive is a Samsung EcoGreen F2 which according to these benchmarks should be performing quite well: [url]http://www.tomshardware.com/reviews/1.5tb-hdd-caviar,2331-6.html[/url] My question …

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hello, I have a netgear router and a 2wire router, was wondering if i could connect these to together so i can extend my wireless distance, my netgear has wireless repeating capabilities except i dont know how to go about connecting them. any help would be appreciated thanks

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Hi, I recently bought a Wireless-N 300 Router with DSL Modem DGN2000 and I correctly hooked up all of the cables and made sure they were securely placed. When I started up the Netgear box the Power light, Port light and the wireless light came on but not the DSL or Internet light ? I've tried to make sure the cables were secure and in the proper connections and they were but still no success. If anybody knows whats wrong please tell me.

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alright, so i'm running snow leopard i have a wnr2000 netgear wireless n router and a late 2008 macbook pro. ever so often i get a self assigned ip error and when i shut the modem off and back on again things are jolly until it happens again. i tried renewing the DHCP under the settings but that doesn't work, any input is appreciated.

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Yesterday, NetGear released the long-awaited open source wireless router WGR614L--a high-performance, full-featured, wireless router with 4-port switch running, you guessed it, Linux. The router currently supports the free open source Linux-based [URL="http://www.polarcloud.com/tomato"]Tomato[/URL] and [URL="http://www.dd-wrt.com/dd-wrtv3/index.php"]DD-WRT[/URL] firmware and will soon support [URL="http://www.openwrt.org"]OpenWRT[/URL]. From a hardware perspective, the WGR614L sports a 240 MHz MIPS32® CPU core with 16 KB of instruction cache, 16 KB of data cache, 1 KB of pre-fetch cache, and incorporates 4 MB of flash memory and 16 MB of RAM. In addition to an external 2 dBi antenna, the WGR614L integrates a second internal diversity antenna to provide enhanced …

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