When you attempt to open the official NETGEAR router login page, you receive an error that reads “the page cannot be displayed at this time” or it is just blank.
If you encounter this issues on any of NETGEAR’s following website:
Then you may have to conduct a DIY solution to access the page. Continue to read along to find out how you can access the admin page when using NETGEAR router.
NETGEAR router login page Troubleshooting: accessing the router admin page:
If you are having trouble accessing the NETGEAR router admin page, follow the presented guidelines.
Changed IP address
In case, you or anyone else in your home changed the IP address from default, you will be asked to enter the new IP address from the defaults listed on NETGEAR router login page. If you aren’t certain that the IP address has been altered or in other scenarios, you don’t remember the IP address, go to the “What is the IP address of my NETGEAR router?” troubleshooting page, and follow the instructions.
Check for any connection issues:
The NETGEAR router comes with five Ethernet ports. The internet port that is usually separate from the other four is connected to your cable or DSL connection. In case it doesn’t’ work, try connecting it into any of the other four ports using the Ethernet cable.
Ensure that the Ethernet cable is connected firmly to both ends. If you connect the Ethernet cable wrong, you are most likely to hear a little clicking noise.
Releasing and renewing the IP address:
If you are facing a similar problem, there are a number of ways to release and renew your IP address.
When using Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, and Windows NT:
Step 1: Click on the Start menu and select Run. In the search box, type winipcfg.
Step 2: Then, click on the Release tab in the IP configuration window.
Step 3: Now, click on Renew in the same IP configuration window.
Step 4: Once your IP address is renewed, close the IP configuration box
When using Windows 2000 and Windows XP:
Step 1: Go to the Start menu, click on the Run tab and enter cmd. upon entering, a command prompt window will appear on the screen.
Step 2: On the black screen f the command prompt type ipconfig/release.
Step 3: After typing ipconfig/release, enter ipconfig/renew.
Step 4: Once you receive the new IP address, close the command prompt window. Close the command prompt window.
When using Windows 7:
Step 1: Hold on to the windows button and R keys on your keyboard to open the Run widows.
Step 2: Once the run windows opens, type cmd in the search box and hit OK.
Step 3: Now type ipconfig and hit the Enter Key from your keyboard. The IP address you see on the screen is your IPv4 computer’s local IP address.
When using Windows 8 and 8.1:
Step 1: On the Charms bar, click on the search icon.
Step 2: click on Command prompt to open the window.
Step 3: Once the command prompt opens, type ipconfig onto the screen to check for your IPv4 computer’s IP address.
When using Mac OS X:
Step 1: On the top left of your desktop screen, click the Apple menu and select System Preferences.
Step 2: Now click on the Network tab from the Internet and Network section.
If you have a wired connection:
To check for your listed IP address and your local router’s IP address, click on Ethernet.
If you have a wireless connection:
Step 1: Check if you have internet access.
Step 2: Click on the Wi-Fi tab and hit “Advanced” settings.
Step 3: In order to check for your listed IPv4 address and your local router IP address, click on TCP/IP.
Disabling pop-up and firewall blockers:
Many a times, just resetting the router to factory default settings also solves the log in problem. For more information on how to reset your NETGEAR router, go to Restoring a NETGEAR home router to the factory default settings.
Note: But be sure before clicking on reset my router to default setting as it will erase all your settings including ISP login.