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  1. XB1R Hades
    XB1R Hades Guest

    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Overview


    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: Overview
    Netgear DGN3500

    Login Information

    • Gateway - 192.168.0.1
    • Username - admin
    • Password - password

    How to Find SSID (Network Name)

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
    4. The Network name will be listed as Name (SSID).


    How To Find Wireless Passphrase (WPA/WEP)

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
    4. The wireless passphrase can be found near the bottom of the page.


    Changing Wireless Security Type/ Disabling Wireless Security

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
    4. Under Security Options select Disable.
    5. Select Apply.


    MAC Filtering

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open web browser.
    3. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    4. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    5. Under advanced select Wireless Settings.
    6. Select Setup Access List To access MAC Filtering.
    7. Uncheck Turn Access Control On
    8. Select Apply.


    Change Wireless Channel

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open web browser.
    3. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    4. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    5. Select Wireless settings from the left hand menu under Setup.
    6. From the drop down menu labeled Channel select the desired channel. (Channels 1,3,9,11).
    7. Click Apply.


    Change Wireless Mode

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open web browser.
    3. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    4. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    5. Select Wireless settings from the left hand menu under Setup.
    6. Select from the mode drop down "Up to 54Mbps".
    7. Click Apply.




    DHCP Reservation

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin"/password.
    3. Click LAN Setup on the left.
    4. At the bottom of the page you will find the "Address Reservation" section. Click on "Add" to bring up a new menu.
    5. In this menu, if the Xbox you want to add is already on the network, you can select it by clicking on the radio button next to the device. This will populate the fields with the information, alternatively you can enter the information manually then click
      "Add" to finished the process.


    UPnP

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the advanced section choose UPnP.
    4. Toggle UPnP.


    DMZ

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the advanced section select WAN Setup.
    4. Check the box next to Default DMZ Server.
    5. Enter the IP address assigned to the Xbox console you wish to DMZ.


    Disable DMZ

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left under the advanced section select WAN Setup.
    4. Uncheck the box next to Default DMZ Server.
    5. Select apply.


    Port Forwarding

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left select Port Forwarding/Port Triggering.
    4. Select the Port Forwarding button at the top of the main screen.
    5. Click the Add Custom Service button at the bottom.
    6. In the following Screen enter a service name that indicates something to do with Xbox Live (XBL). Set the service type to both TCP and UDP. Set both the starting port and ending port to 3074. Then enter the IP address that the Xbox console you wish to
      port forward has.
    7. Click Apply.


    Disable Port Forwarding

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left select Port Forwarding/Port Triggering.
    4. Select the Port Forwarding button at the top of the main screen.
    5. Select the radio button for any rules needed to be removed.
    6. Select Delete Service.
    7. Select apply.


    Firewall

    1. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    2. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    3. From the menu on the left select WAN Setup.
    4. Check the Disable SPI Firewall box.
    5. Change NAT Filtering from secured to Open.


    How to Find Firmware Version



    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Router Status.
    5. The firmware version will be listed as Firmware Version.


    Firmware Update

    Auto Update

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open web browser.
    3. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    4. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    5. The netgear smart wizard will automatically search for updates upon login, if an update is available click install.
    Manual Update

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Open web browser.
    3. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    4. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    5. Select Advanced from the tabs at the top.
    6. Select Administration from the menu on the left.
    7. Select Router Update from the submenu.
    8. In an alternate web browser or tab go to www.NETGEAR.com and download the updated software. If not done automatically uncompress the file.
    9. Click Browse.
    10. Locate and select the file you just downloaded and uncompressed.
    11. Click Upload to send the software to the router. This loads the new software in the router and causes the router to restart. Note: Do not try to go online, turn off the router, shutdown the computer or do anything else to the router until the router finishes
      restarting! When the Ready light stops blinking, wait a few more seconds before doing anything.
    12. Click Router Status and check the Firmware Version to verify that your router now has the new software installed


    Restore Factory Defaults

    Through firmware

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Backup Settings.
    5. Select the Erase option under where it says Revert to factory default settings.
    Through Hardware

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Locate the reset button on the device.
    3. With paperclip/pen/toothpick hold down the reset button down for 30 seconds.
    4. Wait for lights to turn off then return to normal.




    Entering PPPoE

    1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
    2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
    3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. the default user name and password are: "admin", "password".
    4. From the left hand menu select Basic Settings.
    5. Where it says Does your internet connection require a login select yes.
    6. Enter the user name and password for your pppoe in their respective fields.
    7. Select apply.




    Known Issues

    There are no known issues with this device.

    Multiple Console Support

    We have confirmed that this network device is unable to support more than one console with an Open NAT.

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    XB1R Hades, Jul 25, 2014
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  2. COCOLINHO
    COCOLINHO Guest
    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: IPv6

    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: IPv6
    Does my router supports IPv6.
     
    COCOLINHO, Jul 25, 2014
    #2
  3. XB1R Athena
    XB1R Athena Guest
    Netgear Netgear DGN3500: Device Manual

    Netgear (Modems/Gateways) Netgear DGN3500: Device Manual
    Device Manual

    Click
    here
    to go to a manual for this device
     
    XB1R Athena, Jul 25, 2014
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  4. DannyTx Win User

    Netgear: Overview

    I can't seem to get my nat type to open even after all these steps and the steps xbox provides for "cant find teredo IP" when i run multiplayer test I get that, and when i check more details it says im behind a firewall or not connected. I made sure i disabled
    SIP ALG and changed nat to open, and still doesnt work.
  5. ArminatorX Win User

    Netgear DGN3500: Netgear LB2120 UPnP Unavailable

    I'm a bit confused about what you mean by "this device is linked to an actual router".

    From the specifications, the LB2120 takes a wired WAN (e.g. from a DSL or cable modem), and also supports 4G cellphone based connections.

    Such a setup is fine for fault tolerance or speed boosts, if the 4G network is significantly faster than your DSL or cable connection.

    However: most internet providers don't have enough IPv4 adresses for cellphone connections, and therefore use CG-NAT and tunneling techniques like DS-Lite to tunnel IPv4 through an IPv6 address. So multiplayer via cellphone connections hardly work properly.

    As for your Nexxt Solutions router: If that really is a router, and not just a cable modem, then you have a double NAT, as the Nexxt router and your LB2120 are both NAT devices.

    And, to top it off, your ISP might also do CG-NAT on your cable/DSL connection, which would give you a triple NAT.

    Is there a specific reason to why you need the LB2012 for your Xbox? If it's about the "speed" you'd get from the 4G connection, you can use that speed only for downloading games faster. It will not help you for multiplayer or Party chat connections.

    If possible, connect your Xbox as "close" as possible to the internet connection with as few devices between the console and internet. Which means to plug it into the Nexxt Solutions router.

    When on the router, use your PC to sign into it's configuration page, and take a note of the Nexxt Solutions WAN IP address (i.e. the IP you get from your internet provider). Then surf to a page like https://www.whatismyip.com/ and
    make a note of the "Your Public IP" address. If the public IP from the page and the WAN IP on your Nexxt Solutions router are different, your ISP is using CG-NAT and you need to contact him to ask for a proper public IPv4 Address that is not NATed.
  6. XBF Leonzo G Win User

    Netgear Netgear R7000: Wifi Netgear

    Hi Blah Blah Blah!

    Thank you very much for bringing this issue to our attention. Are you trying to connect an Xbox One or Xbox 360 to your WiFi? The answers stated above are all great troubleshooting steps to try in order to resolve this issue. We also recommend using this
    article
    Xbox One Network Connection Error Solution
    . These solutions are for the Xbox One. If you need the solutions for the Xbox 360, please let us know. Be sure to let us know the results!
  7. VibroPlex Win User

    Router Issue

  8. Mister Ohnaka Win User

    MTU Error; no internet connection after move

    Hello Jr,

    Sorry to hear about the connection troubles. Let's see if we can get this working for you.

    Are you able to connect directly to your modem via an ethernet cable? This will help us narrow it down. Also, here is an overview of your router if needed for further troubleshooting: Netgear
    WNR3500
    .

    Let us know how that direct connection works, and we can go from there.
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