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2010-08-14 09:41 AM
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2010-12-03 07:23 PM
Does anyone know if Netgear is addressing these issues?
2010-12-04 12:25 PM
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2010-12-09 08:21 AM
To resolve this issue I did the following:
-Removed attached external drive.
-did a 30/30/30
--Attached devices list then populated properly
---Attached and verified functionality of the External drive
----Enabled DHCP again
2010-12-11 10:30 AM
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2010-12-19 10:36 AM
EfremJ wrote: What's a 30/30/30?
I seem to be having the attached devices issue but it's intermittent. Sometimes when I do a refresh, nothing shows up, other times it populates the list (but doesn't always show the names of the devices!).
I cannot even see my VoIP phone which is wired to the router (but the wireless devices show up when the router feels like displaying them as described above).
2010-12-20 01:30 PM
dcer10 wrote: I have the same issue. If netgear don't address serious bugs in their flagship domestic router which we all paid up big bucks for, they can kiss goodbye any future spending on their offerings from at least me...
I work for a software developer, and if we treated our customers this way I would expect law suits, i'm not joking. How does netgear get away with it and continue to do business?
2010-12-21 07:30 AM
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2011-01-31 12:59 PM
gr8blueaseas wrote: I was having the same problem, but with 184.108.40.206 firmware--no attached devices. What fixed it for me was to press the reset button at the bottom of the unit for about 10 seconds, until the power light flickered. After this reboot, I was able to see all my wired and wireless devices! Hope this helps.