N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router

N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+ Modem Router
Installation Guide
N600 Wireless Dual Band Gigabit ADSL2+
Modem Router DGND3700
Step 2:
Connect to ADSL.
Cable your computer.
If connecting directly
to a DSL line.
Phone cable
Package Contents:
Note: Add an ADSL filter for every
telephone on the same phone line
as your wireless modem router.
Ethernet cable
Ethernet cable
“not included”
Laptop or desktop
ADSL filter
Power on/off
Step 1:
N600 Wireless Modem Router
Connect to Internet with ADSL or Ethernet WAN.
N600 Wireless Modem Router
Power adapter
Note: Keep the DGND3700
N600 Wireless Modem Router
in a vertical position.
Ethernet cable
Step 3:
Power on your router.
Wait until the 2.4 GHz
Wireless LED turns solid
Connect to Ethernet WAN.
Phone cable
Power adapter
If connecting to a
Fiber/Cable modem.
2.4 GHz
Wireless LED
N600 Wireless Modem Router
Fiber/Cable modem
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Step 4: Set Up Internet Access
Open a Web browser, type http://www.routerlogin.net, and click Enter.
Enter the router user name admin and
default password password. Click OK.
Connect Wireless Devices to Your Router
Step 5: Set Up Wireless Security
You should set up secure 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless networks. Once your
wireless security is established, your wireless laptops, gaming devices (such as
Wii or Play Station 3 with wireless), and other wireless equipment can safely and
securely connect to the Internet.
From the main menu, select Wireless Settings.*
2.4 GHz wireless network setup
5 GHz wireless network setup
When the main settings screen opens,
you are asked if you want to check for an
update. Click Cancel. You can always
check for new firmware later after you are
connected to the Internet.
Select the first menu item on the left: Setup Wizard. Make sure Yes is
selected. Then click Next and follow the prompts to complete the Setup Wizard
and be connected to the Internet.
Record your wireless information here:
2.4 GHz Wireless Network Name (SSID) _______________________
2.4 GHz Wireless Security Passphrase _________________________
5 GHz Wireless Network Name (SSID) _________________________
5 GHz Wireless Security Passphrase ___________________________
If you do not remember your passphrase, type http://www.routerlogin.net into your
browser and log in by entering the user name admin and the password (the default
is password). Then, select Wireless Settings to retrieve your passphrase.
You can add wireless computers and other equipment to your wireless network:
Names (SSIDs)
Open the wireless software that manages your wireless connections on the
wireless device (iPhone, laptop computer, gaming device) that you want to
connect to your router.
2. The wireless software scans for all wireless networks in your area. Look for your
network—the one you named when you set up your router. Select it.
Note for DSL users: If your DSL ISP requires that you enter a user name or
password, you are prompted to enter this information. If you do not have this
information, contact your DSL ISP.
If using DSL, record your information here:
DSL User Name ______________________________________________
DSL Password _______________________________________________
*Your router menu might display different or additional
features not shown in this image.
2. Name your wireless networks. Choose names (SSIDs) that are easy for you
to remember (the default names are NETGEAR and NETGEAR-5G).
Select a security method. NETGEAR recommends WPA2-PSK (AES).
Enter the passphrases. This example uses HomeNetwork1 and
Note: Your network names (SSIDs) and passphrases are case-sensitive.
Your network name, security method, and passphrase must be the same for
all the wireless devices connected to your router on a network.
After connecting to the Internet, check for firmware updates by selecting Router
Upgrade and following the on-screen prompts.
December 2010
Click Apply and close your browser.
This symbol was placed in accordance with the European Union Directive 2002/96 on the Waste
Electrical and Electronic Equipment (the WEEE Directive). If disposed of within the European Union,
this product should be treated and recycled in accordance with the laws of your jurisdiction
implementing the WEEE Directive.
3. If you set up security, you are prompted for a passphrase or network key. Enter
the passphrase you selected and click Connect.
If your wireless device supports WPS (Wi-Fi Protected Setup)—NETGEAR calls this
method Push 'N' Connect—you might be prompted to press the WPS button on the
router instead of entering a passphrase. Then:
Press the WPS button on the router. It looks similar to
2. Within 2 minutes, follow the wireless software instructions on the wireless device
to complete the WPS process.
The device will then be connected to your router. Repeat this process to add
other wireless devices.
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