January 31, 2020

How to Troubleshoot Annoying WiFi Router

Our purpose with this tutorial is to provide you with a great point of reference for dealing with some of the most common home router WiFi issues, including

Wireless not working. Wireless slowed down. Wireless network disappears. Devices fail to connect to WiFi.

We will cover how to fix your connection if the internet is working slower than usual, as well as how to fix a wireless network that won't connect. We will also look at some measures that help you to fix your connection when problems stuck.

What Do Your WiFi Router's Icons define?

Most Netgear routers have 3 or 4 icons that emit to convey different indicate status at a glance. Though these can vary from the Netgear router model to model, most router's include at least three primary status LEDs:

Globe icon: indicates connectivity with the Internet. WiFi icon: indicates that your wireless network is working fine with no issue. Ethernet icon: indicates when Ethernet cable is connected to the router and working well.

How to Fix Wireless Network?
There are various methods to fix your wireless network. In order to identify the technique that actually helps you, let's break them down by their core problem.

Experiencing Slower-than-Normal Wireless Speeds

Wired connections are usually always faster than wireless one but the only difference shouldn't be the vast usage of the wireless network. First of all, try to place your WiFi router to a central location.

If that's not an option, you may be facing interference from the radio network. Try to change the channel of your Netgear router. For starters, visit routerlogin.net and change your bandwidth frequency from 2.4GHz to 5GHz bandwidth, if your Netgear router supports it.

No Internet Connection

If you find that you are unable to load web pages through a wireless connection, there's definitely something serious with your home WiFi network itself. Try to reboot your home WiFi router. If the restart does not fix the issue, you may need to reset your WiFi router.

With the help of a paper pin or small pointed object, press the small 'reset' button present at the back side of the router. Once you are done with the reset process, visit Netgear Router login to reconfigure your Netgear WiFi router.

Wireless Network Disappears Completely

If you have placed your home WiFi router to into a non-ventilated place, then you are facing the overheating issue.

If you find that your home WiFi router is placed somewhere ideal and that overheating is not the issue, there are a few other things that could be the reason.

Take at the default network SSID name i.e. usually printed somewhere on the home WiFi router itself and see if you find that same network when looking for a wireless connection.

Routerlogin.net not Working

Routerlogin.net not working properly? There can be two reasons behind the failure of routerlogin.net they are, it is not a regular web page and second your web browser.