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  • To reconfigure your netgear R6120 router kindly follow these steps:-
    You need to plug in a cable from your existing modem to internet port of your router.
    after connecting this cable connect a cable from port no-4 of your router to your computer. then 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. that will open a setup wizard for you so follow the steps and you are good to go.
    7. while following the setup wizard kindly make sure the settings you are choosing is correct
    i.e time zone and wireless network name and key.
    8. kindly upgrade the router firmware as well if there is any update pending over there.
    if problem still persists you can reset your router and follow the same steps.
    For any help feel free to call us back on 1-800-603-4024.

  • Before reconfigure the router you should reset it first
    Look for tiny reset button,
    Use paper clip or any sharp object,
    Press and hold it down for ten second when you see power light start blinking, you can release the clip,
    When you see power light turn solid.
    Connect ethernet cable from modem to internet port on router which is located at the back of your router
    Connect your computer with router hardwired or wirelessly,
    Launch any internet browser using interface http://www.routerlogin.com and hit enter,
    It will bring up the router setup page,
    You can follow the instructions on screen and configure the router.

    If you need help further call us at 1-800-603-4024..

  • 1. Plug in a cable from your existing modem to internet port of your router
    2.Go to command prompt and check for default gateway
    3.Open the web browser and setup wizard will appear
    4.Follow the on screen instructions and start the setup
    5.Once setup is finished connect your devices to the wireless network and you are good to go

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