Overview

Netgear CG3000/3100


Login Information

  • Gateway - 192.168.0.1
  • Username – MSO (If your ISP is Charter use “chtrtech”)
  • Password – changeme (If your ISP is Charter use “Charter@11in”)

How to Find SSID (Network name)

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
  5. The SSID is on this page labeled Name(SSID).

 

How To Find Wireless Passphrase (WPA/WEP)

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
  5. The wireless passphrase can be found near the bottom of the page.

 

Changing Wireless Security Type/ Disabling Wireless Security

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Setup section choose Wireless Settings.
  5. Select desired type under Security Options. (To turn off security, select Disabled)
  6. Select Apply.

 

MAC Filtering

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Advanced section choose MAC Filtering.
  5. Uncheck the Enable box under the MAC Filter List section.
  6. Select Apply.

 

Change Wireless Channel

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. Select Wireless settings from the left hand menu under Setup.
  5. From the drop down menu labeled Channel select the desired channel. (1,3,9,11)
  6. Click Apply.

 

Change Wireless Mode

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. Select Wireless settings from the left hand menu under Setup.
  5. For “802.11 mode” select up to 54 Mbps.

 

DHCP Reservation

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. Click LAN IP on the left.
  5. In the middle of the page you will find the DHCP Reservation Lease Info table.
  6. If you can see the Xbox’s MAC Address on this table select the radial button next to it and it will fill in the information for it.
  7. If you cannot see the Xbox on the list enter in the MAC Address and IP Address of the Xbox.
  8. Select Add.

 

UPnP  

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Advanced section choose UPnP.
  5. Check or uncheck UPnP.
  6. Select Apply.

 

DMZ

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Advanced section select DMZ Host.
  5. Enter the IP address assigned to the Xbox console into DMZ Address.
  6. Select Apply.

 

Disable DMZ

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Advanced section select DMZ Host.
  5. Enter a “0” into DMZ Address.
  6. Select Apply.

 

Port Forwarding

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left select Port Forwarding.
  5. In the table labeled Add Custom Rules enter Xbox for the Name.
  6. Enter in 3074 for both the Start Port and End Port.
  7. Set the Protocol to Both.
  8. Then enter the IP Address of the Xbox console.
  9. Click Add.

 

Disable Port Forwarding

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left select Port Forwarding.
  5. Under the table labeled Add Custom Rules select the Reset button.
  6. Click Save.

 

Firewall

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. Select Services from the left side under Content Filter.
  5. Uncheck Firewall Features.
  6. Select Apply.
  7. Turn the router off wait 30 seconds then turn it back on.

 

How to Find Firmware Version

  1. Open web browser.
  2. Login to router by entering http://routerlogin.net in to the address bar or by entering the default gateway IP address.
  3. The router will then prompt you to enter the user name and password. The default user name and password are: "MSO", "changeme". (If your ISP is Charter use chtrtech/Charter@11in).
  4. From the menu on the left under the Maintenance section choose Gateway Status.
  5. The firmware is on this page labeled Software Version.

Firmware Update

*Firmware updates are installed automatically by the Internet Service Provider.*

 

Restore Factory Defaults

Through Firmware

*This feature is not available on this device*

Through Hardware

  1. Plug the computer into a LAN port via an ethernet cable.
  2. Locate the reset button on the device.
  3. With paperclip/pen/toothpick hold down the reset button down for 30 seconds.
  4. Wait for lights to turn off then return to normal.

 


Bridging Guide

*This feature is not available on this device*

 

Known Issues

MAC filtering effects both wired and wireless and causes DNS errors.

 

Multiple Console Support

We have confirmed that this network device is unable to support more than one console with an Open NAT. 

 

Device Manual

Click Here

 

Discussion Info


Last updated July 4, 2018 Views 28 Applies to: