Someone gave my father-in-law an old Netgear wireless print server. It includes two USB ports (for printers) and four ethernet ports. The device can connect to an existing wireless network, so it’s essentially a wireless bridge device. He wanted to use it to extend Internet access to an out-building on his property.

I configured the device to work with his network. In the process, I had to find the default settings so I could connect to the device and configure it. Netgear no longer offers support for this device and I wasn’t able to download the manual from Netgear’s Website. I had to use third-party sources. I figured I’d go ahead and post the default settings needed to connect to this device.

Netgear 54 Mbps Wireless Print Server w/4-port Switch (WGPS606)

Device IP: 192.168.0.102
Username: admin
Password: password

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  1. FYI — You can still get Firmware, Manuals and etc.

    http://support.netgear.com/product/WGPS606

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    • Thanks for the follow-up Jeff. When I worked on the device I couldn’t download the manuals from the site. It must have been a temporary problem so thanks for letting me know.

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  2. that ip don’t work on my laptop or desktop tried it over and over but doesn’t work. anyone else know what the problem could be?

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  3. Thi unit stopped working after I changed the WiFi setup to WPA2. It may support WPA without a FW upgrade, but now I cannot wake it up even through a clear WiFi, unencrypted.

    Is there a way to get to it through the Ethernet port?

    Anyone?

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