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  • To update the firmware of your Netgear router you need to follow these steps:-
    1. Press windows + R key that will open run window for you.
    2. Type CMD in the run box.
    3. Open Ipconfig and check network statistics.
    4. Open your default gateway in any browser.
    5. Type your user name and password .
    6. now you are on router main page .
    7. you need to go to advanced tab and then administration there you will find upgrade of your
    router.
    8. click on update it will take 2-3 minutes and it will reboot your router automatically after
    updation. now your firmware of router has been successfully updated.
    you are good to go now. for any help feel free to call us on 1-800-603-4024.



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  • If you are connected to netgear network then simply follow these steps-

    1.Open the browser and type in there http://routerlogin.net or 192.168.1.1 .
    2.Login into your router .
    3.If there is any firmware update available you can see it on dashboard itself.
    4.Or you can Hit advance Tab and select Administrator.
    5.Select Router update and check if any firmware is available.



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  • To manually upgrade your router’s firmware:
    Download the firmware for your router from the NETGEAR Download Center, save it to your desktop, and unzip the file if needed.
    Using a computer that is connected to your router via an Ethernet cable (wired), launch a web browser from a computer.
    Note: Do not use a computer that is connected wirelessly to the router to upload the firmware. A wireless firmware update might corrupt the router’s firmware, rendering it unusable.
    Enter http://www.routerlogin.net.
    Enter the router user name and password.
    The user name is admin and the default password is password. The user name and password are case-sensitive.
    Select ADVANCED > Administration.
    Click the Firmware Update or Router Update button.
    The button label varies by router.
    Click Choose File or Browse.
    Locate and highlight the saved firmware on your desktop and click Open > Upload.
    Note: Do not interrupt this process as it might cause corruption, which will make your router unusable.
    Your router reboots after the firmware is uploaded. If your router does not reboot, check the Router Status page to confirm whether the new firmware version uploaded.



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  • 1.Launch a web browser from a computer or WiFi device that is connected to the network.
    Note: We recommend that you use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer to your router to update the firmware.
    Enter http://www.routerlogin.net. or ip address 192.168.1.1
    2.Enter the routers user name and password.
    Note: The user name is admin, and the default password is password. The user name and password are case-sensitive.
    3.Select ADVANCED > Administration.
    4.Click the Firmware Update or Router Update button.
    5.The button label varies by router.
    6.Click the Check button.
    Note: The router looks for new firmware information; if any is available it displays a message asking if you want to download and install it.
    7.Click the Yes button.
    8.The router downloads the firmware and begins the update.
    After this router reboots and you are ready to go once its is back again
    Still need any assistance give us call at 1800-603-4024



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Written by Dwight Carnahan
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