That's the link to the manual as promised in the video: https://fccid.io/GZ5NVG4XXQ/Users-Manual/Users-Manual-NVG468MQ-pdf-3005771/&width=40?utm_expid=104240090-1.qVvYsKpwTKKUmomBCy65iA.1&utm_referrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com%2F
In this video you’ll learn how to set up your Netgear 7550 router right from a web browser on your computer and change your WiFi's name and password. You can also find related instructions in the Frontier Help Center at http://frontier.com/helpCenter/internet/wireless-network-setup. To watch more how-to videos, please visit the Frontier Video Gallery at https://frontier.com/helpcenter/video-gallery.
In this video you’ll learn how to self-install your router in your home in order to get your internet and WiFi service up and running. This includes instructions on replacing your dial-up service or other high speed internet provider. You can find more self-installation information in the Frontier Help Center at http://frontier.com/helpcenter/internet-self-install/install-router. To watch more how-to videos, please visit the Frontier Video Gallery at https://frontier.com/helpcenter/video-gallery.
This video shows how to change the name and password for your wireless network on Frontier or Verizon FiOS.
This video shows you everything you need to quickly and easily set up your Surfboard cable modem and Wi-Fi router. Simple steps take you through activation to help you get it up and running via a web browser.
Watch more How to Set Up Internet videos: http://www.howcast.com/videos/499697-How-to-Reset-a-Router-Internet-Setup Today I want to talk to you about resetting your routers. Routers are wonderful things, and they give all our computers access to the Internet, but sometimes they get slow or they just stop working altogether and in most cases the solution is resetting them. So there are a few ways to reset your routers. The first one is to simply unplug it. So every router is connected to the power so you can just take out the plug and wait a second and then put the plug in and that will reset it pretty effectively. Some routers have a switch on them, like this one, so I can actually just flip the switch to off and on and the router will reset itself. Another way is by using this rare and handy tool called a paper clip. You can just unfold it a little bit to get the sharp point out and sometimes there will be a little reset switch right here that I can just click and that will reset the router. Now the reason we have this reset switch, even though we can reset the router in other ways, is because sometimes we have to do something called a hard reset. The hard reset, what it will do is it will wipe out the memory of the router. It will clean up so it will go back to being the way it was when we first bought it from the store. The way we do a hard reset is by leaving the router connected and turned on, and then taking the clip, and putting it in there. Pushing the button down for ten seconds and that's it! Once we're done the router will reset itself and completely forget all of the settings you put into it. This is a really good trick in case you lose the password, or forget the settings, or don't know how to access your wireless network anymore or maybe a friend just gave you an old router and you don't want to have his settings on it, so you want to wipe it clean and kind of have a fresh start. Once you reset the router, because all the settings go back to the default state, it would be wise to first go to the manufacturer's website and download the manual so you can know the default username and password and IP address of the router so that after you reset it you will have access to it. So that's a little about how to reset your router.
I finally more or less gave up on Mediacom and ordered Frontier DSL (3MB down/768 up) service. It seems to be working well. (I'm somewhat impressed, given that my phone lines are very old but in very good shape. I was also expecting some minor trouble with the long line run I made from the basement to my room.) Only later did I realize that I'm not sure if Frontier provides access to Usenet. Amazingly, Mediacom still does. This may not be the end of the story just yet. More on that later.
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We just moved into a new house and have FIOS - I decided to put all of my network stuff in a rack.
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