How To Setup Netgear N750 Wndr4300 V2 Router?

The Netgear N750 WNDR4300 is a Wi-Fi router that is compatible with all the latest Wi-Fi devices. This router is also backward-compatible with the 802.11 a/b/g and n devices. The router supports dual-band (both 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz) Wi-Fi technology. You can make use of this router if you want reliable connections and high speeds. Let us now discuss how to setup Netgear N750 Wndr4300 V2 router.


 Setup Netgear N750 Wndr4300 V2 Router

  • Remove the router from its package.
  • Check if the following components are available in your router package:
  • The Netgear N750 WNDR4300 router, which you have already taken out of the package.
  • The stand for the router.
  • An Ethernet cable.
  • The power adapter.

Placing The Router In A Suitable Position

Follow the guidelines given below to position your Netgear router:

  • Keep the router at the center of the region where all the other devices and your computer are placed.
  • Place the router within the line of sight of the other wireless devices.
  • Position the router within immediate reach of your AC power outlet. It should also be kept close to the Ethernet cables for wired computers.
  • The router has to be placed in an elevated position when compared to the other devices.
  • Ensure that there are only a minimum number of walls and ceilings between your router and the other devices.
  • Place your Netgear router at a safe distance from all the electrical devices.

Now, continue with the next section that explains how to setup Netgear N750 Wndr4300 V2 router.

Setting Up The Router

  • Unplug the modem’s power. Let the modem remain connected to your wall jack for the Internet service. In case the modem is using a battery backup, take out the battery from the device.
  • Now, re-plug the modem and turn it on. If it utilizes a battery backup and you removed the battery in the previous step, put it back in.
  • Take hold of the yellow Ethernet cable that came with the router. Use this cable to connect the modem to the yellow Internet port of the router.
  • It is now time to connect the power adapter to your router. Plug the adapter into an electrical socket.
  • On the rear panel of your router, you will find the Power On/Off button. Now, press this button.
  • You have now finished setting up your Netgear N750 WNDR4300 V2 router. The next section will be about connecting to the network.

Connecting To The Network

You can connect to the network via a wired or a wireless connection. Let us see how to perform a wired connection.

  • Connect your router and computer using the Ethernet cable. To do the same, make use of the following steps:
  • Confirm that your router’s Power LED is lit.
  • Connect one of the ends of your yellow Ethernet cable to your computer’s Ethernet port.
  • Now, connect the other end of the same Ethernet cable to any of the numbered Ethernet ports. The computer will now connect to your LAN (Local Area Network). A message notifying the connection might display on the computer screen.

If you wish, you can make use of a wireless connection to connect your Netgear router to the network. Let us now see how to access the router, which will be the final section in setting up your Netgear N750 WNDR4300 V2 router.

Accessing The Router

Once you have connected your Netgear router to the network, you can utilize a web browser (on your computer) to access it or change its settings, if required. In case this is the very first time you are accessing the router, the NETGEAR genie will start checking (automatically) if your router can connect to the Internet service.To log into your router, use the following steps:

  • First, open the default web browser on your computer.
  • Type the following URL in the address bar of the browser: or
  • The router login screen will now display. On this screen, you have to enter the router Username and Password. The default Username is admin. The default Password is password. Both these are case-sensitive.
  • You will find that the BASIC Home screen is displayed now.
  • You can now change the language and then continue with specifying or customizing your Internet settings.
  • You have now successfully setup Netgear N750 Wndr4300 V2 router.

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