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To set up a Netgear wireless router, connect the router to your DSL or cable modem, and connect the router to your computer via Ethernet cable. Install the latest software on your computer with the CD that came with the ... More »

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To troubleshoot a Netgear wireless router, check that the device is being used within range and that there are no metal objects or large objects obstructing the signal; if nothing has changed in this regard, try disconne... More »

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Netgear has a number of wireless router models, but most have lights for power, Internet connection, DSL, wireless capability (which may be two lights for dual-band routers), Ethernet and WSP. The proper lighting of a Ne... More »

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Netgear has a number of wireless router models, but most have lights for power, Internet connection, DSL, wireless capability (which may be two lights for dual-band routers), Ethernet and WSP. The proper lighting of a Ne... More »

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The difference between a DSL and a cable modem is that a DSL modem connects a computer to a phone line to transmit data, while a cable modem transmits data over existing TV lines. The further the DSL modem is from the IS... More »

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To change the channel on an Amped Wireless router, connect the router to your computer via an Ethernet cable. Go to Setup.AmpedWireless.com and enter the username and password, both of which are set to "admin" by default... More »

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Accessing a home router requires that the router and computer are connected by an Ethernet cable or by wireless signal, and you need to type in the router's IP address in the Web browser search bar. The IP address of the... More »

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