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    Hi,
    After many attempts i could finally configure the NetGear Wireless WGR614 Router for my existing BSNL Connection.

    Steps :
    1: Check for :
    U have
    BSNL Modem : UT-300R2U (Modem)
    Wireless Router : NetGear WGR614v7
    2: Configuration of modem :
    The router which BSNL has given is by default run in Bridged configuration.Hence we need to change the working of this modem to PPPoE.
    Connect this modem to your computer by a LAN cable and in the web browser type http://192.168.1.1
    The modem whizard will ask u for username and password.
    If u have reset the modem then it will be by default
    Username : admin
    Password : admin
    After entering this in the HOME u will find the button for Run Whizard
    Click it and make sure that popups are enabled.
    Check this information o accordingly



    3.2.6 SETUP WIZARD – FOR PPPOE/PPPOA CONNECTIONS:
    1. Type in the Username and Password used to identify and verify your account to the ISP.
    2. If you are instructed to change the VPI or VCI number, type in the correct setting in the available entry fields. Most users will not need to change these settings. The Internet connection cannot function if these values are incorrect.
    3. Select the specific Connection Type from the drop-down menu. The available PPP connection and encapsulation types are PPPoA VC-Mux, PPPoA LLC, PPPoE VC-Mux, and PPPoE LLC.
    Click Next to go to the next window and complete the Setup Wizard.



    Enter the Username and Passowrd given by the ISP(BSNL) to U.
    Dont alter other settings.
    Also Restart the modem by the Button that appears soon after u finish this configuration.
    After the modem restarts then u need not dial the modem with any username and password. U just need to check directly by opening ur browser whether google or any site opens.If it opens then ur modem part is done.And if no ..please post the error on this post so that we may figure any possible alternative to the problem.

    3. Configuration of Router :
    Now disconnect the modem and now just plug in the lan cable in any of the 4 Out ports of the router and the other end of the cable to the computer.
    Now in the browser type NETGEAR Support Home Page then enter the username and the password
    Username : admin
    Password : password

    Now go to Basic Settings Tab on the Left :

    Does Your Internet Connection Require A Login?
    Yes
    No
    Here choose No


    Account Name (If Required) leave blank
    Domain Name (If Required) leave bank

    Internet IP Address : Get Dynamically
    Domain Name Server (DNS) Address : Get Automatically
    Router Mac Address : Use Default

    Then click Apply.

    The click for the LAN IP on the LHS :

    Give a suitable IP other than that of the modem....like :
    192.168.2.1
    255.255.255.0
    Leave rest as they are ....
    Use Router as DHCP Server : Check this check box.
    Leave the addresses as they are.

    Then go for Wireless Setup on the LEFT :
    Give some name to ur Router NEtwork
    SSID : (Nice name)
    Region :choose nearest to u(for BSNL choose Asia).
    Channel : 11 or 6 depends on the interference faced (U can choose 11).
    Mode :g and b


    Security Options :
    WPA-PSK [TKIP] choose this...
    Give a long encryption key which u can remember ...U need to enter this key once u connect via the wireless medium.

    Click Apply ....
    and then connect in the following manner....
    Unplug all components....
    1: insert modem output lan cable in the router in port
    2. insert router out (either of the 4 ) into LAN port of the computer.
    3. Power on the modem first once stable then power on the router.



    Done...Got any queries do post ......

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    Very nice. Ready to make a guide out of this?
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    can you sort out how to shcedule this setup for night unlimted usage
    this method of pppoe will give always on broadband connection...for getting new ip u have to reboot or restart the modem
    thanks in advance

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    giude ...well not actually ....cos there are many more things i dont know ..in those configuration .....i did just as u told .....and presented it for a naive user ...so that the user may figure out exactly what is to be done....

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    Quote Originally Posted by shriniketsarkar View Post
    giude ...well not actually ....cos there are many more things i dont know ..in those configuration .....i did just as u told .....and presented it for a naive user ...so that the user may figure out exactly what is to be done....
    There are three ways of configuration of a ADSL wired modem/roter + wireless router:

    a) Wired router as Bridge, Wireless router in PPPoE.
    b) wired router in PPPoE, wireless router as bridge
    c) Both bridged and manual dialers on PC

    You have used the second method; which is also my preferred method and I was going to suggest the same to you earlier but I did not know your expertise level. Hence I suggested the first method which would not have asked you to change your BSNL router setup.

    Any way, I have written two guides on wireless network configuration using the first two methods (I have Linksys WRT54G). They are available as 'sticky' posts in this forum.

    It would be very helpful if you could write a guide (with pictures and all) and I will help you upload the same on these threads.
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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    There are three ways of configuration of a ADSL wired modem/roter + wireless router:

    a) Wired router as Bridge, Wireless router in PPPoE.
    b) wired router in PPPoE, wireless router as bridge
    c) Both bridged and manual dialers on PC

    You have used the second method; which is also my preferred method and I was going to suggest the same to you earlier but I did not know your expertise level. Hence I suggested the first method which would not have asked you to change your BSNL router setup.

    Any way, I have written two guides on wireless network configuration using the first two methods (I have Linksys WRT54G). They are available as 'sticky' posts in this forum.

    It would be very helpful if you could write a guide (with pictures and all) and I will help you upload the same on these threads.

    Hi hey a bit more help required ...can u tell me the procedure to configure ti as per the a mode u said:
    i.e modem in bridged mode and wireless router in PPPoE mode
    ?

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    please use the info given below exactly as mentioned and it will work 100%..

    1) Disconnect the modem from the router and connect the computer directly into one of the LAN port of the router. You should be getting only power and LAN port (ie. number)light on the router. Please try to reset the router by pressing the reset button (small button inside a circular hole) on the backside of the router for 20 seconds and then release it. Powercycle the unit.
    2) Open the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape).
    3) Access the router using http://www.routerlogin.net/basicsetting.htm.
    4) Login to the router (User Name = admin Password = password unless you have changed it).
    5) Under LAN IP Setup (under the Advanced option)change the IP address of the router from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.5.1, the starting ip address will be 192.168.5.2 and ending ip address will be 192.168.5.50.
    6) Click on Apply to save the changes and then you will get the error message as "Action Cancelled" or "Page cannot be displayed".
    7) Powercycle the router.
    8) Now connect the modem into the internet port of the router.
    9) Open the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape).
    10) Access the router (usually http://192.168.5.1).
    11) Login to the router (User Name = admin Password = password unless you have changed it).
    12) Click on Setup Wizard and then select "Yes" and Click "Next" on the detection window.
    13) It should give you a "PPPoE Detected" and then click next
    14) Then under login and password type in your login/password for your DSL account (the user name should be full like user@....) and click Apply.
    15) Click on Test to test the internet connection.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iceman1981 View Post
    please use the info given below exactly as mentioned and it will work 100%..

    1) Disconnect the modem from the router and connect the computer directly into one of the LAN port of the router. You should be getting only power and LAN port (ie. number)light on the router. Please try to reset the router by pressing the reset button (small button inside a circular hole) on the backside of the router for 20 seconds and then release it. Powercycle the unit.
    2) Open the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape).
    3) Access the router using http://www.routerlogin.net/basicsetting.htm.
    4) Login to the router (User Name = admin Password = password unless you have changed it).
    5) Under LAN IP Setup (under the Advanced option)change the IP address of the router from 192.168.1.1 to 192.168.5.1, the starting ip address will be 192.168.5.2 and ending ip address will be 192.168.5.50.
    6) Click on Apply to save the changes and then you will get the error message as "Action Cancelled" or "Page cannot be displayed".
    7) Powercycle the router.
    8) Now connect the modem into the internet port of the router.
    9) Open the browser (Internet Explorer or Netscape).
    10) Access the router (usually http://192.168.5.1).
    11) Login to the router (User Name = admin Password = password unless you have changed it).
    12) Click on Setup Wizard and then select "Yes" and Click "Next" on the detection window.
    13) It should give you a "PPPoE Detected" and then click next
    14) Then under login and password type in your login/password for your DSL account (the user name should be full like user@....) and click Apply.
    15) Click on Test to test the internet connection.
    Hi,

    I tried the steps that you have posted but it did not work. I am sure I have done the steps correctly. It will always detect it as static IP detected. I am able to access 2 computers when I use the router through LAN. I mean, if I want to transfer files without connecting the modem. Thanks.

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    Setting up Netgear WGR164 is pretty easy but sometimes it may get messy if you are not aware that how you should start. I had a tough time too. First thing that you need to keep in mind is that the CD which comes with the router is absolutely useless and you are all by urself. If it works then you have a reason to celebrate. Just have a look at the link below to setup the Netgear WGR614. It will definitely help you.

    < TechMate >

    If router setup detects your connection as static IP then configure your broadband connection in bridge mode and try setting up the router again. It will definitely work.

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    I'm not able to configure Netgear WGR614v9 router with Huawei MT841 Modem.. Can anyone help me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by just4kix View Post
    Any way, I have written two guides on wireless network configuration using the first two methods (I have Linksys WRT54G). They are available as 'sticky' posts in this forum.
    .

    Where do I find the 'sticky' posts? I am not very familiar with Forums. Please help.

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    @Razor1111
    You have posted in this thread.
    If you see Post No1 step by step details are given
    Earlier pos tNO 11 to you the link has been posted.

    Para two ;
    "sticky" means often referred ,and usually listed on top of the list. Some may/can be locked.

    When you open the main forum list
    go down the list and
    see the forum "Broadband How to .....)

    Select it and you will get some threads/guides listed.
    Select your modem or wifi router thread.

    It is not necessary details for that Modem "A" + wifi router "P" should be present/available..
    It could be ADSL modem B ,C, D, etc and wifi router
    P, Q R etc.

    Impossible to post details for all combinations.

    Additional reference :
    http://socrates0.blogspot.com/2007/1...ys-wrt54g.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by Razor1111 View Post
    Where do I find the 'sticky' posts? I am not very familiar with Forums. Please help.
    Kindly checkout Broadband How to

    Sticky threads have been listed over there..

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    does switching to the netgear router really improve the speed upto 54mbps?

    please reply...

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    Post Setup Netgear DG834g v3 data UT300R2U

    Hello,

    I been trying to configure this router for the past 2 days somehow its not getting there. I have gone through the setup advise but getting stuck with this part( After entering this in the HOME u will find the button for Run Whizard
    Click it and make sure that popups are enabled.
    Check this information o accordingly) as i loged into the data UT300R2U) i could not find a run whizard option)

    Could you please explain this to me: 3.2.6 SETUP WIZARD all i could see is device info, Advanced setup, Diagnostics and Management...all this have sub options but no whizard. I have setup he netgear did change all the settings with PPPoE and the login detailal and the security procedures.

    I can understand what you r saying with popup issue when you do a testing please help at your earliest convenience ...thanking you

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    Search in forum "Broadband How to ........."
    for a useful guide for your set up.

    For connecting UT300R2U ( new BSNL) in "Always ON"
    mode see this link.( with screen shots.)
    The little I know about Dataone Broadband Services offered by BSNL

    wait 1836.PM
    use data for our ISP. Router pages may be same.
    ::. Kitz - Netgear DG834GT set up for Be O2.::

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    Suppose I don't have any modem, only I have that Netgear Router.Can't I connect to the internet in PPPoE mode?

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    Three units are required to connect to Landline
    based Broadband connection. for WIFI mode.
    Item1
    Usually an ADSl modem
    Item 2
    connect to a WiFi router. like WGR614V9 netgear.
    Then signals are sent in Wireless mode like in a
    cordless phone . Assume above as Base station.
    item 3.
    Then equivalent of Cordless handset is a
    Wireless Lan card PCI for Desktop


    http://www.indiabroadband.net/attach...1&d=1258340071
    and (PCMCIA CARD for laptop.

    Item 3 is required to connect to a WiFi network.
    secured unsecured ( security key required)
    with proper signal level.
    Switch off 1(adsl modem and 2(wifi router).
    Your system will detect if
    any wifi is available.

    For Item 2 same cost you can get (1 + 2) from
    BSNL. Example WA 3002-G4



    ITEM 2 cannot work in isolation.
    Last edited by essbebe; 16th November 2009 at 07:00 AM.

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    Default Configure Netgear DG834G with BSNL

    Looks like Netgear DG834G cant detect the IP and all the DNS details. According to your suggestion I followed the screen shots and done all the configuration step by step on the Data UT300R2U. When I connect to Netgear I can see its says LAN, Speed 100 Mbps and status Connected but with the Netgear setup wizard it says unable to detect the internet connection. I have configured the same product few times in the past which was not in India. People at BSNL have no idea what the configuration they are on with multiplexing. I found out its 0 and 35 but no idea if its LLC- Based or VC- Based. Please help.. thank you.

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    HI actually i have TP-Link TD-8817 and netgear wgr614 and using bsnl broadband How to i set it up ?? i treid to do.. used all setting in know in TP-Link TD-8817 but net dosn't work i still have to connect it manually ? plz help

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    TPlink TD8817 adsl modem
    Select PPPoE in Internet Interface Internet :
    Enter/store your userid /pw in wan page.
    IN LAN enable dhcp give range say 192.168.1.3 to 192.168.1.10
    SAVE.
    Reboot " from current settings " in Management .


    Confirm you get connected to Internet automatically. in Desktop.

    Netgearwgr614v9
    Select Dynamic IP
    change LAN IP address to 192.168.2.1
    Disable whitelist ( mac address filter)
    confirm ssid as entered in Netgear appears in laptop
    Use the security key entered.

    Feedback.

    Last edited by essbebe; 10th November 2011 at 06:08 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by devillnc View Post
    HI actually i have TP-Link TD-8817 and netgear wgr614 and using bsnl broadband How to i set it up ?? i treid to do.. used all setting in know in TP-Link TD-8817 but net dosn't work i still have to connect it manually ? plz help
    Login to your TP-Link modem from browser (eg: 192.168.1.1). Select the Quick Start tab, then click the Run Wizard.

    Click Next & Enter time zone. Again click next.

    On the next page select PPPoE & click next button.

    On this page, enter BSNL username & password. Also VPI = 0, VCI = 35. Click next.

    Now your TP-Link modem is set up.

    Now disconnect it from your computer & connect Netgear router via LAN. Go to routerlogin.com. Enter admin credentials.

    Now change the IP address of the netgear router to something like 192.168.1.x. Give something like 192.168.1.110 (That's what I have configured). You can find this in Advanced -> LAN setup. Also uncheck "Use Router as DHCP server."

    Now disconnect Netgear router & connect your TP-Link modem to the PC via LAN. See if the Internet works. Then connect TP-Link modem to Netgear router via the yellow LAN cable provided with Netgear router.

    But don't insert the yellow LAN cable in yellow port of Netgear router. Insert the LAN cable in any one of the remaining 4 ports. Now, connect to the wireless via your Laptop or Smartphone & see if it works.

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    @ essbebe tired ur way but didn't worked.. X_X Tnx anyways

    2 mr_mahesh_in ---- O yeah.. TNX DUDE i can use my WIFI now hahaha

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    @devillnc
    congrats:
    Just shows that new users don't bother to read the old posts in the threads, and member need all instructions afresh. See Post No 1!!!
    ( Post No 1 to 22 just ignored !!!)
    Rep26++ points from me to @mr mahesh in. for helping you out.

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