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netgear hotspot issues, and no internet connection


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#1 James T Kirk

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Posted 16 September 2017 - 02:41 AM

 
 
i have a SOYO. trying to get my netgear running. had no problems before, but now, no wireless internet connection.
 
does anyone know how to solve network related issues? :clapping:
my skill is only partial to the network administrator feild....
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Posted 20 September 2017 - 07:31 PM

Ok in order to help you more information is needed. Who is your ISP, how old is your Netgear Router, when was the last time a firmware update was applied to your Netgear Router? Let's start narrowing down the problem, shall we?


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Posted 21 September 2017 - 12:41 AM

arlattimor, nice to meet
 
"ISP": what is this? the company that i am getting internet services from? why does it matter what company i am getting it from, except that others would now be able to access it, in the knowing?
"how old is your Netgear Router": not sure -- its a 4G. where do you find this information. i have the disc, somewhere...
"when was the last time a firmware update was applied to your Netgear Router?": i have NEVER done a "firmware update " for my router. i didn't know they had these, i thought you only did this when you installed
new ones, such as a new router. its been a year or so since i upgraded from a 2-3G previously.
 
 
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Posted 21 September 2017 - 01:14 AM

Ok, What Model number is your Netgear Router? Since you have mentioned 2,3, and 4G. I am assuming your router is a Cellular Router that connects to a Cellular Network is that correct?


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Posted 21 September 2017 - 01:17 AM

So is your Router a Netgear 3G Mobile Broadband Wireless Router?

 

 

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Posted 24 September 2017 - 01:56 AM

hello there arlattimor!
study hall sophmore
:bubbles: never seen that before :bubbles:  do you have to sign up for a special program to get that or is it after so many points?
i wouldn't mind being a study hall sophmore
 
Quote by arlattimor!
"is your Router a Netgear 3G Mobile Broadband Wireless Router?"
no
 
CISCO linksys 2500
i think its a 4G
 
"Cellular Router "?
i didn't know it did this, or that they had those.
that's good to know.
i don't believe so
 
i wouldn't mind being a Network Security Engineer.
1) is it any good?
2) do you like it?
 
 
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Posted 26 September 2017 - 07:28 PM

 

hello there arlattimor!
study hall sophmore
:bubbles: never seen that before :bubbles:  do you have to sign up for a special program to get that or is it after so many points?
i wouldn't mind being a study hall sophmore
 
Quote by arlattimor!
"is your Router a Netgear 3G Mobile Broadband Wireless Router?"
no
 
CISCO linksys 2500
i think its a 4G
 
"Cellular Router "?
i didn't know it did this, or that they had those.
that's good to know.
i don't believe so
 
i wouldn't mind being a Network Security Engineer.
1) is it any good?
2) do you like it?
 
 
:radioactive: CIVILIZATION OF MAN :radioactive:  :notme:                                :step1:                               :radioactive:  :notme:  :radioactive:                                            :radioactive:  :notme:  :radioactive:                :step2:

 

 

LOL, I applied for the Malware program and I was accepted lol. I'm a Network Security Engineer for the Space and Air Warfare System's Center (SPAWAR) in Charleston, SC. I love it and Yes it's very good LOL


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Posted 26 September 2017 - 07:30 PM

Ok I am a little confused now I was under the impression that you had a Netgear router. But it is a Cisco Linksys 2500?


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Posted 27 September 2017 - 01:11 AM

hi arlattimor,
 
yes. 
:smash: have any ideas? :smash:
 
 
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