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Master Geek
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Topic # 192349 7-Mar-2016 17:11
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Hi guys, have posted this on the Netgear forums and thought I would give it a go here as well.

 

I hope someone out there has as answer to this. I purchased the X4S to replace my 3300v2 but for some reason it has refused to recognised my ADSL connection. I have tried the setup wizard but it cannot find any signal and also tried the manual setup with no success.

 

I have done multiple resets to clear out all setting before I try again but just keep getting the solid amber light, yet when I connect up my 3300 I get the net straight away so there is no question the signal is there.

 

I haven't struck this with any Netgear device before and am completely frustrated as this is not a cheap piece of kit.

 

Any suggestions would be most appreciated.

 

I am using 2 Degrees (formerly Snap). 

 

Cheers.


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  Reply # 1507641 7-Mar-2016 17:27
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They are a really nice router ...

 

I am not sure if it will show anything but try

 

http://routerlogin.net/log.htm

 

That should bring up the auto detection log





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  Reply # 1507673 7-Mar-2016 18:00
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What are your DSL sync stats? Do you have a particularly poor connection?

 

 

 

 




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  Reply # 1507678 7-Mar-2016 18:12
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This is the current status off my 3300.

 


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