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Hi, anyone knows how to get the maximum potential of the netgear router cg3300cmr ETHERNET cable connected to the ps3? (No cable modem, but from the router) I have hired 100 mb and I've noticed that works slow online on the ps3 and have installed me today, I have opened dmz and forwarding also activated ports, plus Nat2 and UPnP and firewall features disabled and no longer know what to do because the ps3 took a technical case and was told everything was perfect ...
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Hi, this is a forum for wood working routers.

I have moved your post to the "lobby' section of the forum, just in case some one can help you.....

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Here we go again.

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Using a couple of old Craftsman routers & a Bosch 1617EVSPK & a Dewalt DWP611PK Routers in SW Louisiana.
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Try Netgears website. They are good routers but not the kind you will find when you visit this site. There is a lot of info on the COMPUTER sites concerning your type of router. But check this one out if you are a woodworker it will help answer questions for you.
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You need to check LED lights on router panel is litting or not, If LED lights working properly then you need to follow next step that is login to your netgear router

If lights are blinking this means or off, then you need to reset your router. Make sure your router plug into power supply. Now press reset button on the rear panel of router. Press and hold for 10 sec reset button, now release the button.

Connect you PC, router and modem with Ethernet cable. Clear cache and cookies of your system and browser.
Forget all internet connections
Now open browser and enter 192.168.1.1 instead of routerlogin.net url.
Enter default credentials.
Now find genie interface wizard to connect with wifi network.
Follow system instructions.
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