My netgear wireless router is not connecting me to the internet?
I have netgear wireless router model MR814v2 and a wireless laptop cad model v521. I have a desktop connected to the wireless router via ethernet cord and the internet on the desktop works just fine. My laptop connection is reading that it is connected and has a good signal but no internet pages will show. Does anyone know how to fix this?
I am running windows XP professional
I dont speak computer talk so everyone please keep you answers as simple as possible. Also can you all provide steps for what your telling me to do.
Netgear routers are the best device and an amazing system that connects with multiple PC’s. Below-mentioned as described how to troubleshoot or connect with an internet connection. As discussed here and let us fix my Netgear wireless router is unable to connect via the internet.
Steps for connecting Netgear router to an Internet as stated below:-
Step-1 First of all disconnect your Netgear router and then get to connect via the computer device as directly to a modem.
Step-2 If you cannot access the Internet, contact your ISP. If you can access the Internet, reconnect your router as it was before and proceed to next step.
Step-3 Now get ready to login the Netgear router. And follow the instructions.
Step-4 Ensure all cables attached to the router and computer are secure. The Internet LED is lit. If the Internet LED is not lit, refer to the router manual to troubleshoot the light status.
Step-5 If you are using a device that is connected to the router using an Ethernet cable, check that the LEDs for the ports with cables are lit. If a port LED with an Ethernet cable is not lit, move the cable to a different port on the back of the router. If a port LED still does not light, see the router manual and go ahead.
Step-6 If you are using a wireless device, check that the LED on the wireless adapter is lit. If the wireless adapter LED is not lit, then do not continue with this article. Instead, see your adapter manual for troubleshooting. If all cables are securely seated and the LEDs are lit appropriately, follow these steps:
Step-7 Power off the router and power it on again. If you still cannot log in to the router, perform a factory default reset.
Step-8 If a dynamic IP address is discovered, proceed to Step 3. If PPPoE is discovered, configure your router with the username and password provided by your ISP. Click Apply.
Step-9 If a static IP address is discovered, configure your router with the IP address for your router, the address of the ISP's DNS, and the address of the default gateway.
Step-10 Click the Smart Wizard Test button to access the Netgear online test page.
Step-11 Under Router Status, and now let us confirm the router gets a valid IP address. Hence at last, get to reset the Netgear router device.