Asus Router. Net
If you are having trouble installing asus router .net it could be due to following reasons:
- The URL has a misspelled word
- The device you are using is not connected to Netgear router
- Netgear Router’s light is not working
- Your device is unable to connect to Netgear router
- Not proper asus router login
Solutions for asus router login
- If the cause of failure is one of these reasons then try the below solutions to troubleshoot this issue:
- Check the URL in the address bar and make sure that you have not spelled anything wrong. There could be a spelling mistake or you may have put ( , ) instead of ( . ) in the URL by mistake.
- You may be unable to access asus router.net if you are using a device which is not connected to your Netgear router’s wireless network. It is essential to access routerogin.net so make sure to connect your device to Netgear router. (Why can’t I see or connect to my Nighthawk router’s 60 GHz WiFi network on Netgear)
- Before accessing routerlogin.net, make sure to check that the lights on your Netgear router are all working fine. If the LED lights are not working (what should I do when Netgear router’s light not working?) , then that must be why you can’t connect to routerlogin.net. But, if the lights are solid green or white, then it’s working fine and it is not causing the issue.
- Make sure that you are doing the setup correctly. Maybe you have skipped a step and therefore you are unable to access routerlogin.net.
Check out the article: Steps to Setup Netgear Nighthawk X10 Router (steps for netgear nighthawk x10 router setup)
If you tried to connect to the wireless network of Netgear router via your computer, laptop or smartphone device but you were unable to connect. Try using another device to establish connection.
If it fails you should contact our technicians for troubleshooting this issue. (276 words)
What Should I Do When a Netgear Router’s Light Is Not Working?
If your Netgear router’s lights are not working, it most likely means that the router is not getting power.
If this is the case, you should make sure that the router is plugged in properly and the power plug is switched on.
Also, check whether there are any faulty wires causing power disruption. If you find any wires that don’t work or are damaged, replace them immediately and turn the switch on.
If the wires are connected properly but still the lights don’t work then perhaps there’s an issue with your router.
But, first try to press and hold the reset button and see if the device responds. If it resets properly, the lights should start working fine.
Here is What the LED lights on the NETGEAR router mean:
Your router has following LED Lights –
- Power LED
- Internet LED
- 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi LEDs
- USB LED
- Ethernet LED
- WPS LED
Here’s what these LED lights signify:
Router has No lights / all lights are off – It means the router is not getting power supply.
Power LED has Green/White lights – It means the router is working and ready to use.
Internet LED has Green/White lights – It means the internet connection is available.
Power LED is Solid Amber – It means the router is powering on.
The Internet LED is Solid Amber – It means the router detected an Ethernet cable connection to the modem.
Power LED is Blinking Amber – It means the router firmware is updating or the router is Resetting.
Power LED is Blinking White – it means the router’s firmware is corrupted.
Internet LED is Blinking White – it means the port is sending and getting traffic
2.4 GHz and 5 GHz WiFi LEDs are Solid white or Blinking – if it is blinking it means wifi is operating and if it is solid router is sending and getting traffic
Ethernet LED is Solid or Blinking – if it is blinking, the port is sending and getting traffic. If it is solid, the ethernet port is successfully connected.
WPS LED is Solid or Blinking – if it is blinking WPS connection is in progress. If it is solid, the connection is successful.
USB LED is Green/white – it means USB device is connected
USB LED is blinking – it means USB device is trying to connect (380 words)
Steps for Netgear Nighthawk X10 Router Setup
Here are the simple steps to setup your Netgear Nighthawk X10 R9000 Router:
- Plug in and switch ‘on’ the Netgear router and the modem as well.
- Connect the Netgear Nighthawk X10 R9000 router to the modem with an ethernet cable. Make sure the one end of this ethernet cable is properly connected to Netgear router while the other is properly connected to the modem.
- Make sure to also connect the router to the computer via another ethernet cable. Use one end of the Ethernet cable to plug into the computer and the other end should be connected to any port on the router.
- Now, use your computer to open a web browser
- Type www.routerlogin.com in the web URL bar of the browser and hit the ‘enter’ button. In case the web wizard does not work, use the default IP address to login. It is usually set to default 192.168.1.1. or 192.168.0.1.
- You will see the Login prompt on your screen. Enter your Username and Password in respective fields and click on Login.
- When you login successfully click on Router setup option and follow the on-screen instructions to finish the setup process.
You can also use the Netgear Genie Application for the Netgear Nighthawk X10 setup. If there is any issue you should contact our technicians for easy setup. (217 words)
Why can’t I see or connect to Netgear Nighthawk router’s 60 GHz WiFi network
If you are trying to connect to Netgear Nighthawk router’s 60 GHz WiFi network and returns no search result or gives error every time you try to access it, follow these steps to fix this issue:
- First, try to reboot your Netgear Nighthawk router and the device you are trying to connect. Sometimes the reboot can fix this issue easily. So, after reboot try to reconnect the device to your Netgear Nighthawk router’s 60 GHz WiFi network. If it still does not connect after reboot follow the next step.
- Open a browser on your computer and go to www.routerlogin.com
- The Login prompt will show on your screen. Enter your Username and Password and click Login.
- When you login successfully you will see your router’s admin panel. Look for Wireless settings and click on this option.
- Under the Wireless settings, go to SSID.
- There should be an option called “Hide SSID”, disable this option by unchecking this box.
- Now go to Wifi Username and make sure to change the name of your wifi network so you can easily distinguish it.
- Make sure that the Username does not contain any sensitive information and it should not be the same as your Wifi password.
- Save your settings before exiting the wifi settings.
- Now click on the wifi icon on the device you are trying to connect to Netgear Nighthawk router’s 60 GHz WiFi network.
- Let’s scan to find all the available wifi networks.
- You will be able to see the username of wifi that you have set. Select this wifi network from the list.
- Enter your correct Wi-fi password when prompted.
- Wait for connection to establish.
Now you should be successfully connected to the wifi network. In case, you still cannot find and connect to the Netgear Wi-fi, get in touch with our technicians so they can analyze and troubleshoot your issue. (310 words)