The Netgear DGND3300 wireless router allows you to have a high-speed Wi-Fi connection in your home or business.The router includes a built-in DSL modem, parental controls and shared storage that lets users connect to an external USB flash drive to use over the Internet. The router also allows for faster streaming of multimedia, which makes it easier to listen to music, play games and stream videos and movies. Follow a few simple steps to install the Netgear modem router.
- Skill level:
- Moderately Easy
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Things you need
- ASDL Filter
- Ethernet Cable
- Modem Power Adapter
Connect an ASDL filter to each phone that is using the same line. This filters out high-frequency noise on your phone caused by the modem router. Use a two-line filter with a splitter to share the connection with a phone or fax machine, and connect the phone into one slot and the modem into the other.
Connect the Ethernet cable from the LAN port on the modem to the computer's Ethernet adaptor. Plug the router's power adaptor into an electrical socket.
Check the status lights on your router. The router's power light is a solid green and the ASDL link light, LAN light and both G and N-band lights are lit when it is connected properly.
Open your Web browser and type "18.104.22.168". Log in using "admin" for the user name and "password" for the password in lower case letters. This takes you to the main menu.
Click "Setup Wizard" in the left pane of the menu. Select your country, and language from a drop-down menu and click "Yes" to have the wizard automatically check your Internet connection. Click "Next" and the Setup Wizard will walk you through the configuration of your router. Click "Apply" when finished.
Tips and warnings
- Make sure that your ASDL filter is correctly connected to the modem. If not, it will block your Internet connection.
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