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Topic # 30776 20-Feb-2009 17:24
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Hi everyone1

I moved from Aus to NZ and can not find a way to conect my netgear DG834gt to vodafone ADSL2+ service. AS per my basic understanding when you first connect the wireless modem it request to set up  the conection. First problem is that hte guys from Negear do not have a preset for NZ .... and any other country does not work.

I tried to replicate on the manual setting the DNS address I saw on the original modem from Vodafone ... but did not work.

Does anyone know the "magic steps" I need to follow to make it work?

Many thanks fin advance

Andres

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Reply # 196982 20-Feb-2009 18:14
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I have a wireless netgear modem/ router I purchased in the UK & works fine in NZ & Australia.  You to use Australia as we don't have a preset for NZ in the settings...




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  Reply # 196987 20-Feb-2009 18:49
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Dont use the presets on the modem.  Log onto its IP address and manually enter the desired settings.  To find the IP of your modem connect it to your LAN on your PC or Laptop.  Once its connected pull up a console (write CMD into your RUN menu)

 

Write into the console - IPCONFIG

 

Look for the IP address your connected as, mine is 192.168.0.4  The IP address of the router therefore would 192.168.0.1 

 


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