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Belkin Powerline adapeters not working with new Netgear router

Discussion in 'Networking' started by TonyM15, Jan 2, 2013.

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  1. TonyM15

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    Hi. Just finally updated my ancient belkin modem to a Netgear D3600WiFi modem router which works really well. However. I have a old G5 Mac without wireless so have always connected through my old belkin modem with Powerline adapters over my house wiring circuit:confused. Unfortunately the powerline adapters no longer work although both lights are flickering on the units. Netgear say they should work. Any suggestions?:confused:
     
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    have you reset them at all ?

    lets see an ifconfig from the mac

    and from a working device like a PC - do you have a PC laptop at all ?
    have you tried another device on the power line ?

    have you checked the cable (s)
    so connect a PC to the cable that is connected to the first powerline adapter and see if that works
     
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