FAQs [Frequently Asked Questions]

There are two different ways through which you can update the firmware of your Netgear Nighthawk R800P router. The first method requires you to make use of the web user interface where in the second method; you need to opt for the Nighthawk application.

To know more about how the process can be executed with the help of both methods, it is recommended you have a look at the instructions given in the user manual of your device.

You can use the following the troubleshooting tips to get rid of internet connection issues:

  • Make sure that the Ethernet cable is properly connecting the router and modem.
  • There should be a safe distance between the networking devices.
  • RAX40 should not be kept near transmitting appliances and metal objects.
  • Ensure that everything is fine from the end of your Internet Service Provider.

Despite following these tips, if you are facing the internet connection issues with your Netgear Nighthawk RAX40, reach out to our team.

The Nighthawk Pro remote access feature can be used with the help of the Nighthawk application. However, if the feature is not working for you, follow these hacks:

  • See if you have even enabled the feature or not.
  • Re-install your Netgear Nighthawk application.
  • Make sure that your internet connection is blazing fast and seamless.
  • The WiFi and the LTE option should not be enabled on your mobile at once.
  • Clear the cache of your mobile device.

In case none of the aforementioned troubleshooting hacks work for you, then try to disable the feature and then enable it again. It might work for you.

If you are the owner of the Netgear Nighthawk R7000 router are it is not registered, then it is probably the device has already been registered. Taking this into account, it is advised that you do some recalling. Perhaps, after purchasing the router, you got it registered in the showroom or shop itself before bringing it home.

You can implement the following steps to get rid of the Nighthawk MR60 setup issues:

  • Ensure that the wall socket that is supplying power to your router is not damaged.
  • If you have used a wireless source, the distance between the devices should be safe.
  • Only use the correct web address and login credentials for the setup process.
  • The web browser that you are using ought to be running on its latest version.
  • Last, but not least, your internet browser should be clear from browsing history.

Despite following these hacks, in case you are not able to get your router up and running, waste no more time contacting our professionals.

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