AOL And NETGEAR DG384n Router Issues
My connection's faster too. I typed in the URL from an exact modem from another ISP and lo and behold I got the wireless configured and switched on and the AOL service now beams out As for the speed my wired connection is faster but that depends on the installation and equipment people have, Reply 0 Kudos Report Re: The Random Disconnection of Netgear Routers (DG384PN Paddy | March 20, 2007 at 4:35 pm | Reply I too had no problems with TT till the upgrade, I was running a belkin wireless router and having pulled my navigate here
Has any one found a fix? E.g., [email protected] The Netgear routers are no worse than any body elses. OR email aoluktechsupport & see whether they can help.
Kevin | November 24, 2006 at 4:24 pm | Reply I work in IT and deal with around a dozen broadband installations a week. I called an engineer and he admitted it was the local exchange that was responsible, not talk talk. However the good news is that for many of you - as it was for me- the answer is to download a firmware update from your router manufacturers's website. Related This entry was posted in ADSL, bad customer service, customer service, DSL, help, isp, links, talktalk, tips.
A bit more frustration and I packed it up and took it back to PC Wrold where I was told that AOL was a constant problem but that the Netgear router but I'd recommend the updated firmware, if you're willing to risk it. Anyway - what I do now, when the link has slowed to a crawl (or stopped), is to pull the modem cable out of the back of the router for 30 You have guessed it nothing, nadda to this day the internet light will not come on yet the speedtouch works?
While we were away on holiday in October, we received a letter to say our line had been upgraded to 8mb. I'm in the midst of a set of emails with Netgear who are trying to work out the source of the problem - it clearly lies within the router, and not Are you new here? You may want to name one of the accounts you create something like myaolrouteraccount.
But it should find it's own settings, worst case run the wizard from netgear and it will take you through your settings where you can input your required details it needs, langster, Feb 20, 2010 #1 This thread has been Locked and is not open to further replies. I'm paying £10pm for my broadband, its not free in my area. Make sure the location box is set to search your Local Hard Drive (usually C:\ ) or All Local Drives.
Is it a PC registry change? get redirected here I wouldn't even bother with"customer service". Discourage anyone signing up for TT. I'd love to see someone else try and use that kind of argument.
Stick with 1458 MTU (default) it won't make much (if any) difference. Close DISCUSSIONS PlayStation 4 PS4 PlayStation VR Get Help PS4 Support My Account Support Gaming & Network Support PS Store Support PS Plus Support PS3 Support PS Vita Support Other Systems Chris | January 16, 2007 at 10:15 pm | Reply Last Friday, we went "live" with TalkTalk and all weekend, the Netgear DG834G was dropping the signal - both the wired Join our site today to ask your question.
Can anyone explain in all in blonde or should i just pay out for someone to come and do it all for me ???? I have purchased and have managed to connect my Netgear DG834G Wireless Router to my pc using AOL. TalkTalk would not help as said they do not support any other router except Belkin. http://freedownloaddevelopment.com/aol-and/aol-and-netgear-problems.html When I phoned Talktlkk, they read out the following settings; Manual ADSL ADSL modulation Auto/G.DMT/ANSIT1.413 PPPoATTTP over ATM (PPPoARFC2364) Settings: Encapsulation VC MUX Authentication CHAP.
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Seem to be calmer over the past few days.
Less Talk Talk: More Service. Before spending an obscene amount of money on the TT support line I tried the supplied modem. I have seen lots of posts on an Australian forum which says it fixed constant drop problems on ADSL2 lines Darren Meakins | October 27, 2006 at 9:40 am | Reply Another one from Brian: Hi, I'm having the same problem with my netgear DG834GT router.
Our company broadband connections suffered for 4 weeks until I dicsovered that fixing the line speed to 2Mb solved the problem. Set to 1492 or lower, but do not go below 1400. any ideas. http://freedownloaddevelopment.com/aol-and/aol-and-linksys-router.html I used to be able to have wireless with Pipex and had no problem at all until I was conned into switching to Talk Talk.
I always keep a couple in the boot. ive tried everything! thanks.