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Unable to setup WiFi with Netgear router

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    Hi Guys,

    I have a Netgear JNR1010 N150 Wireless Router and Bsnl S4U+v1.0.
    And i tried configuring my netgear router for wifi but doesn't work.
    It did work on my Beam connection in hyderabad, but doesnt seem to work in this bsnl connection in bangalore where i am located currently.

    Please let me know if there is any different way of doing this???

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    Are you using a dialer on your computer to dial the connection or is the modem set to be always on?

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    Set up the modem to dial automatically and for router to obtain IP and dns automatically and it should work.

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    thank u for the reply guys,
    Can anyone elaborate on how to do it in the form steps,
    so a guy with basic knowledge lyk me can do

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    hey can anyone explain or guide me, plzzzzzzzzzzz

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    You still need to supply some basic info for anyone to help. Do you dial the connection from your computer or is your modem set up to dial automatically?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    You still need to supply some basic info for anyone to help. Do you dial the connection from your computer or is your modem set up to dial automatically?
    As i never do anything manually, the modem should be setup to dial automatically

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    Ok so all you have to do is connect the router to your computer first using the LAN cable then log in to your router using default id and password as mentioned in the routers manual. Then you need to set it to get IP automatically and same for DNS. Then go to the wireless settings page and set up a password and if there is a setting that says turn on wifi/wireless then turn that on aswell.

    Save it.

    Then turn the router off and modem off. Plug in the cable that comes from the modem to the router and turn everything on again. You should ideally have a working wifi network connected to the broadband. You should now be able to use wifi using the wifi password you have set up in the router page.

    Hope this helps.

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    BSNL modem make?
    most broadband modem and most wifi routers have their native ip addresss set as 192.168.1.1, so, here are the steps:
    >> connect modem to computer with straight through LAN cable, find out what its ip address is? default gateway address shown during ipconfig is the modem's ip address.
    >> connect wifi router to computer with LAn cable, and find out what its ip address is, most probably, it will be the one mentioned above. change it to either 192.168.0.1, or 192.16.2.1, or something like that.

    >> then, in the wifi router, find out the page to enter your broadband username and password, use pppoe (on wifi router use pppoe, and on modem use bridge for this config). save settings.

    >> connect modem to computer, then go into settings page of modem (most probably seen by entering the default gateway address in browser), and bridge the modem.

    >> turn off the router, modem and computer in any order, but all 3 should be turned off.
    >> start the modem after connecting all wires/cables to it.
    >> start the router after lights on modem (except lan) have stabilized.
    >> start the computer connected by LAN only for now.
    >> if you did the above settings correctly, then you should have working internet over LAN as well as wifi check and test it.

    above instructions assume knowledge of ipconfig, cabling, and modem config and router config browser pages.
    above instructions assume that your computer obtains ip address automatically for both LAM and wifi.

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