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2011-10-20 09:09 AM
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2011-10-20 10:38 AM
mikark wrote: l contacted the Netgear support and they advised me to return my router to the seller for to change it.
Before to do it, I wish to know if there is anyone who had a similar issue and how he solved it.
2011-10-20 11:16 AM
Joe_ wrote: Forget about if anyone had a similar issue and how they solved it. Don't waste time with that -furthermore don't attempt to do anything that may invalidate your returning the router.
The Wireless LED is suppose to be on by default when you are first setting up the router. Netgear's support obviously realised that something was wrong or faulty hence the reason that they advised you to return it.
2011-10-20 11:39 AM
mikark wrote: I've just bought a DGND3700...
mikark wrote: ...and even on your WNDR3700 the LED....
Joe_ wrote: The Wireless LED is suppose to be on by default...
...hence the reason that they advised you to return it.
2011-10-20 11:50 AM
Joe_ wrote: DGND or WNDR, which is it? They are two different units.
Joe_ wrote: What are you unclear about? Return the unit!
2011-10-20 12:18 PM
Websurfer wrote: It's time to make a clarification: mikark says that there's a led on the wi-fi button power. But the situation is this:
2011-10-20 12:30 PM
2011-10-20 01:07 PM
Joe_ wrote: @Websurfer,
Thank you for taking the time to post a picture that is very clear.
The fact is that both the DGND3700 and the WNDR3700 do exist. We must be sure about which one we (or at least me) are dealing with instead of haring off in a certain direction, only to realise at some later stage that we aren't talking about the same unit.
Secondly, I thought that I had been very clear on what to do. This allied to the fact that Netgear support had themselves instructed you to return the router. For that matter, it's possible that when you were dealing with NG you also told them it was a WNDR3700 and that's why they told you to return the unit.
I'm just seeking clarity. I am not trying to make fun of you, and if you got that impression, I apologise.
Thanks to Websurfer posting in graphic detail, you should have no confusion now.
2011-10-20 02:02 PM
32110 wrote: The LEDs seem to be a bit quirky. I am sending this via a wired ethernet connection between PC an DGND3700 but the LAN Port LED is not lit although it was earlier!