- Connect the modem to the WLAN port of the router using an Ethernet cable. Make sure that the connections are made properly.
- Now, connect the laptop or the desktop computer to any of the LAN ports of the Netgear router. Make sure that the connections are made proper on both ends.
- Using the same device, open an internet browser of your choice and type www.routerlogin.net in the address bar. Press enter.
- You will be prompted to type in the default username and password for the router. The default username is “admin” and the default password is “password” for most of the Netgear routers.
- The username and password are case sensitive. In case the user has previously changed the password for the router, then the user needs to put that in. if all else fails; the router will have to be reset in order to restore the router back to its factory default settings.
- After the user has logged in to the router successfully, the Setup Wizard appears. Click OK.
- The Setup wizard will now try to detect the type of internet connection that you have. For all the wired connections, the Setup Wizard will detect Dynamic IP. Click Yes and hit Next.
- After the Setup Wizard has detected the connection as Dynamic IP, click Next to save the settings.
- You will now be connected to the router. You can now start configuring the router and personalize the network as you desire.
You can visit netloginrouter.net for some more troubleshooting steps.