Internet is an integral part of our life and life without internet cannot be imagined. With social networking emerging as our primary contact with society we purchase devices which are Wi-Fi capable and have these features. Multiple devices at your house requires a good Wi-Fi router. A router is a hardware and networking device which is designed to receive, analyze and move data packets along computer network. Technically, we can say router is a 3 layer device and it’s located at the gateway, the place where two or more networks are connected. Netgear is a leader in providing breakthrough technology in home as well as corporate Router networking needs. With Netgear ‘R’ series launched Netgear R8000 is considered as one of the most advance router in the market as present.
NETGEAR ROUTER’S COMMON PROBLEMS
Netgear is an innovator of most advance routers in the market. Mostly Netgear routers are plug and play devices that means once the Netgear routers are plugged in right place and with right Ethernet connections they work flawlessly. But in some cases it does not work as a plug and paly device which means some advance settings are required to get it working with the Internet Service Provider Modem.
If you are facing the slow Internet issues, package drop or no response on browser, then the reason must be the miscommunication between Netgear Router and Modem.
Advanced setup of the router and making it work perfectly really requires the technical skills. You can face some issues like :
Not able to configure the router.
Wire connection setup error.
Failed to add a new device on the wired network
Wi-Fi is not working but Internet works wireless
Failed to connect to the computer
Very low Wi-Fi signal
Wi-Fi signal not available.
Not able to login into routerlogin.net.
Routerlogin.net does not load after entering login information.
Netgear Genie page showing no response error on routerlogin.net.
Netgear Genie page opens up but does not detect an internet connection after login into routerlogin.net.
Error downloading Netgear Genie application after the setup is complete on routerlogin.net
Routerlogin.net redirects to an ip address which is 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1.
No Ethernet cable detected on the router when opening routerlogin.net
Issues opening the routerlogin.net are most common issues while configuring a new Netgear router or reconfiguring an old Netgear Router.