Installing the Netgear Router
Plug the modem back in, and wait a few seconds for the modem to boot up. While it's doing that, you can connect this router to your computer. So just use one of the ports in the back, and hook it right up to your laptop. Once this is done, it means that the laptop is communicating to the router, and the router is doing the same to the modem. Now you can go for the installation CD that Netgear gives you with their routers. Take the CD, put it in the computer, and then it's going to run a wizard that will help us set up the router. You may feel difficulty in installing these drivers first time because of its complex instructions so don’t hesitate in calling us at Netgear Technical Support Number.
Basically, it's going to help you set up three things. The first is telling the router how to connect to the Internet, how to interface with the modem. The second is setting up your wireless access, so giving your wireless password a name and a password, so that only you can use it. And the third is setting up an admin password that will protect the router from other people if one wants to make changes to your router settings. If that doesn't work for some reason when you put your CD in the computer, you can also manually access by opening any internet browser, like Firefox, Chrome or Safari and going to the address listed at the bottom of the router. If you look at the bottom of your router, you'll actually have a little login there and you can also call Netgear Customer Support Phone Number and they will help you in setting up the entire right configuration for your router. They work on both, Macs and Windows. And that's how you set up your Netgear router. We expect that you can setup your router easily now but if you still feel any difficulty we guess you know how to reach our Netgear Technical Support team.