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R7500 Error message when trying to login to router login.net

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R7500 Error message when trying to login to router login.net

I'm unable to sign in to my router to look at my router settings.  Whenever I type in routerlogin.net address it gives me an error saying my computer is not signed into the wifi network so I'm unable to access the router, but I can see I'm signed into wifi & connected by ethernet.  Any ideas how to correct this??

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Model: R7500|Nighthawk X4 AC2350 Smart WiFi Router
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Tyralynn
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I’m having the same issue this is new to us but thinking on taking it back
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antinode
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> [...] Whenever I type in routerlogin.net address it gives me an error
> saying my computer is not signed into the wifi network so I'm unable to
> access the router, but I can see I'm signed into wifi & connected by
> ethernet.

   First, as a general rule, collecting and reporting an actual error
message will be more helpful than some corrupted summary of that error
message.  For one thing, a forum or Web search for the actual message is
more likely to find a previous report of the same problem than a search
for what you think that the deep meaning of that message might be.
Copy+paste is your friend.

   If you're using a web browser with a URL containing a name like
"[www.]routerlogin.net", and you got an error page which says something
like, "You are not connected to your Router's WiFi network. [...]", then
welcome to what may be the worst error message in the world.  For an
explanation, try:

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/x/m-p/1365830

   Briefly, the idea is that "[www.]routerlogin.net" should point to
your own router, but that's true only if you use your own router for DNS
name resolution.  Irregardful, you should be able to get to the thing
using its IP address, if you can determine (or guess) that.  Normally,
that would be something like "192.168.1.1", but it could be different.

   If you got some other message, then copy+paste the actual message
here instead of trying to interpret what it all means.

> Any ideas how to correct this??

   Use the router as your DNS server, or specify the router's IP address
instead of any of those "[www.]routerlogin.net" names?  (If you were to
provide some kind of description of your client device, then you might
get more precise directions on how to specify a DNS server.)  Typically,
using DHCP to get an IP configuration automatically should do that.

   Cascading more than one router can cause problems like this, too.

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Re: R7500 Error message when trying to login to router login.net

Did you find this?

 

If you cannot login to your router | Answer | NETGEAR Support

 

What are you using to login? Browser? Destop genie for your operating system? Mobile app?

 

 

Just another user.

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