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Standard User scopio
(committed) Mon 23-Sep-13 11:48:15
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Utility Warehouse ISP - NetgearDG834


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A friend has switched from Talk Talk to Utility Warehouse Broadband and the wireless Technicolor router supplied signal does is not strong enough to where the tower pc situated. She has a Netgear DG834 router that she used previously while with Talk Talk that I would like to configure for use with her new ISP Utility Warehouse via wireless. I need the details needed on how to configure the Netgear DG834 to work with Utility Warehouse Broadband if someone would be so kind to explain the details needed how to do this, I would be most grateful.

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Standard User yarwell
(sensei) Mon 23-Sep-13 12:17:30
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Re: Utility Warehouse ISP - NetgearDG834


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do you have the UWB login details - username and password ? the one of the connection itself which may not be the same as the login for an account page.

Armed with that the "Basic Setup" of the Netgear accessed via 192.168.0.1 (or 192.168.1.1) using a web browser should be straightforward. Username admin and password password from memory

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Standard User XRaySpeX
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Mon 23-Sep-13 12:26:17
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Re: Utility Warehouse ISP - NetgearDG834


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I hope you mean a Netgear DG834G or DG834GT? The DG834 w/out the 'G' is not wireless; adding the 'G' gives wireless 802.11g.

In any case all these Netgears are easy to set up on any ISP once you have the ISP's authentication username & pwd.

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Standard User scopio
(committed) Tue 24-Sep-13 22:28:14
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Re: Utility Warehouse ISP - NetgearDG834


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Thanks for that. Problem solved.

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Standard User scopio
(committed) Tue 24-Sep-13 22:30:15
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Quite right, my mistake, it is a Netgear D834Gv5. Problem now solved, thank you.

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