You can login to a NetGear router in three easy steps:

You know the drill. Look another column to the right to find your NetGear router's password.

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  • Once you've logged onto your Netgear router, you'll need to do a bit of tweaking and setup before you're done. If you're worried about the security of your Netgear router (and you should be if you've read my article on ), then you'll want to start out by changing the password from the default. Just use the "Set Password" tab. You should also be able to name the router, which is fairly important if you live in an area with a number of other wireless networks. This router nickname, officially the SSID code, should be something easy to remember.

    The default password should just be "password." All Netgear routers use the username "admin." The username actually can't be changed, so this should always work. If "password" doesn't work, then try "1234." This should let you login to your Netgear wireless router. At this point you just need to secure your connection and configure your settings.

  • Once you're done with all of this, you should be able to save your settings and log off. The next time you search for a wireless network on a laptop or device, your new network should show up. Make the first connection and celebrate. You have just set up a Netgear router.

    The first thing that you will need to do is connect the basics of your Netgear router. Take the power cord out of the box and plug in the router so that it can start running. Once it has power, add an ethernet cable connecting the router to the modem and another cable connecting to a computer.

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    The web interface of the NETGEAR router will vary between models and even between firmware revisions so the first thing to note will be whether the web page says at the top ‘NETGEAR genie’ or ‘NETGEAR Smart Wizard’ similar to the screenshots below. Before proceeding with a secure configuration, it is first important to confirm that the router is running the latest available software and update it if not.

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Bottom Line: Netgear's DGND3700's best feature is it can work as a DSL modem and a router. It's also got good performance, if not the best we've seen from a Netgear router. But users looking for a DSL modem/router combo will be satisfied