Two things that tells me.
First the less important - the router address you've entered is the external address of the router (I've removed the key unique part of it from your post as it usually best not to post live external addresses). It should have an internal address that probably starts with 192.168. It is the address that appears in the address field of you browser when you connect to the router from a PC inside your network.
Second - 169.254.202.129 for the PC. Addresses starting with 169.254 are auto-generated by Microsoft Operating Systems when they can't connect to a DHCP
server. That is, it tells me that you computer is failing to connect to your network at a fairly fundamental level.
First check that the SSID of the wireless network you are trying to connect to is correct for your network (you may have miss-typed this or you could even be inadvertently trying to connect to a neighbour's network).
Are you using the in-built Window system to manage your wireless connection or are you using Netgear software. In general, using the in-built Windows system works best.