How To Setup Netgear Router With Comcast

I previously had the router hooked on to another computer and do not have the directions or any kind of softwear. I cant seem to get the internet working while it is hooked up to the router far ive got cable line to modem modem enternet line to router internet slot ethernet 1 line to back of computer. Its not working. can some one please tell me what im doing wrong?

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The first thing that comes to mind when setting up a Netgear router with a Comcast is the advantages it comes with. Some of the benefits are enhanced performance, cost savings, reliable connection, faster speed, flexibility, compatibility, and ease of setup. It is a straightforward process to set up the Netgear router with Comcast.

You simply have to connect the router to a power source and establish a connection with a Comcast modem using an Ethernet cable. Get access to the router configuration page and log in with the help of default login credentials; try running a setup wizard and Verify the connection.

Step- By- Step Setup Netgear Router With Comcast-

STEP 1: Unplug your cable modem then connect the modem to your router via an Ethernet cable.

STEP 2: Connect the power back to your cable modem.

STEP 3: Connect your router's power cord to the Netgear router and to a free wall socket.

STEP 4: Connect your Netgear router to your computer via the Ethernet cable. Plug one end into the "Port 1" Ethernet jack on the back of the router and the other end into your computer's Ethernet port.

STEP 5: Launch your Web browser and type in "" or "" into your address bar depending on which IP address corresponds to your specific router.

STEP 6: Type in "Admin" and "Password" for the username and password respectively then click "OK" to log into your router's configuration page.

STEP 7: Click the "Setup Wizard" option and select "Yes" before clicking "Next".

STEP 8: Click "Next" and "Apply" to save your router's configuration. The setup program will automatically detect the appropriate settings.

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