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netgear router? NEED MAJOR HELP!FAST


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OK, i had to rest my router to factory setting cuz i couldnt access it..i had changed the login and pass and i 4got it..now i reset it and i cant get my net back..please HELP! FAST...its a 108mbps netgear router...i think WGT643v3 or something like that..please i need help like rite now...

Edited by kotak77, 01 December 2006 - 03:29 PM.

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Give This tutorial by SpaceCowboy706 a read, it's got just about everything you'd need to know.
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i cant go through that rite now..i just want my net back up..im not gonna set it all up again..everythin is setup..i just restored it to factory settings and now..no net from my desktop or laptop
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so you're going to come here and ask for help...and when a suggestion is made you'll say "i'm not willing to do that"? seriously?

...look for the parts of that tutorial that pertain to your problem (i.e. look for the parts about setting up the router)...whether i type up some instructions...or you read that tutorial...it's going to take the same amount of time
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arite fine
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i looked through it but none of those parts relate to what happened on my network...i think i got my thing fixed..ill let post if naything happens

Edited by kotak77, 01 December 2006 - 03:47 PM.

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so you reset your router back to factory..now nothing connects?

did you set static ip's on all of the computers connected?
anything wireless?

maybe a description of your setup and what isn't working might help
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i got it..all i had to do was wait for the router to load up all the way..*oops*..haha sorry for bothering u guys.but i thought i had screwed up rele bad for the first time in a long time
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