Netgear R6100 WiFi Router User Manual

New AC WiFi technology delivers the speed, range and reliability you need to keep even the latest WiFi devices humming along. Play tunes on the smartphone in the kitchen. View YouTube on the tablet in the bedroom. Stream movies on the media player in the living room. Simultaneous Dual Bands avoid wireless interference and keep the streams flowing.

1. Hardware Setup

Unpack Your Router
Hardware Features
Position Your Router

2. Getting Started

Router Setup Preparation
Login and Access
NETGEAR genie Setup
Use NETGEAR genie after Installation
Upgrade the Firmware
Dashboard (BASIC Home Screen)
Join Your Wireless Network
NETGEAR genie App and Mobile genie App

3. Basic Settings

Internet Setup
Parental Controls
Basic Wireless Settings
Set Up a Guest Network
View Attached Devices

4. Advanced Home Settings

NETGEAR genie Advanced Home Screen
Internet Connection Setup Wizard
WAN Setup
LAN Setup
WPS Wizard for WiFi Connections
Quality of Service (QoS) Setup

5. USB Storage

Connect a USB Storage Device to the Router
Safely Remove a USB Drive
Access the USB Storage Device
Sharing Files
View a USB Device Attached to the Router
USB Storage Device Network and Access Settings
Specify Approved USB Devices
Media Server Settings
TiVo Support

6. Security

Keyword Blocking of HTTP Traffic
Block Services (Port Filtering)
Port Triggering to Open Incoming Ports
Port Forwarding to Permit External Host Communications
How Port Forwarding Differs from Port Triggering
Set Up Port Forwarding to Local Servers
Set Up Port Triggering
Schedule Blocking
Security Event Email Notifications

7. Administration

Upgrade the Router Firmware
View Router Status
Specify Logs Settings
Manage the Configuration File
Change the Password
Password Recovery

8. Advanced Settings

Advanced Wireless Settings
Wireless Access Point
Wireless Distribution System
Dynamic DNS
Static Routes
Remote Management
Universal Plug and Play
Traffic Meter

9. Troubleshooting

Quick Tips
Troubleshoot with the LEDs
Cannot Log In to the Router
Cannot Access the Internet
Changes Not Saved
Wireless Connectivity
Troubleshoot Your Network Using the Ping Utility

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