Tip & How-To about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

How do I find my routers IP Address, in Windows XP

1: Ensure that the computer you are using is connected to the router, by an Ethernet cable.
2: Click Start and select Run.
3: In the Run command box, type cmd and click OK.
4: In the Command Prompt, type ipconfig and press Enter.


5: Locate the Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection. Under this header find the Default Gateway. The address displayed here, should be the address of the router (192.168.0.1 by default).


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can't connect to wireless router


1.Ensure ethernet cord coming from modem is plugged directly into internet port of router.
2.Powercycle equipment (Unplug power from home modem and router wait 15 seconds then plug back in
3.Open Network Connections XP:Start/Run/Type ncpa.cpl
Vista/7 Start/Search bar/Type ncpa.cpl
4. A.Right click on wireless connection the connection you use with router and hit properties,
B.Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6/ Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 and hit properties,
C.Ensure Obtain an ipaddress automatically is checked
Ensure Obain a DNS server automatically is checked as well
5.Open Command Prompt XP:Start/Run/Type cmd
Vista/7 Start/All Programs/Accessories/Right click on Command Prompt hit run as administrator.
6.Type in Command Prompt: netsh int ip reset reset.log (Hit Enter after each command)
netsh int ip delete arpcache
netsh winsock reset
ipconfig /flushdns
7.Restart Computer
8.If still unable to access internet Disable Firewalls/Antivirus

Dec 14, 2010 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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wount stay connected when i click on the net it goes off


1.Powercycle your equipment (Unplug the power for 15 seconds then plug back in)
2.Ensure Ethernet cords are plugged in tight.
3.Open Network Connections XP:Start/Run/Type ncpa.cpl hit ok
Vista/7 Start/Search Bar/Type ncpa.cpl
4.Right click on Wireless connection (Router) hit properties
5.Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 /Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 and hit Properties.
6.Ensure obtain ip address is marked as Automatic
Ensure obtain DNS servic is marked as Automatic if not check both boxes and close out
7.Disable Firewalls XP:Start/Control Panel/Switch to classic view/Windows Firewall/Turn off
you can access the firewall through control panel with Vista/7
8.Open Command Prompt Windows XP:Start/Run/Type cmd hit ok
Vista/7 Start/All Programs/Accessories/Right click on Command Prompt and hit Run as Administrator.
9.Type: netsh int ip reset reset.log Hit Enter after each Command
Type: netsh int ip delete arpcache
Type: netsh winsock reset
Type: ipconfig /flushdns
10.Restart the computer if this does not work update the Firmware on your router to do so:
Open Browser in address bar type 192.168.2.1 this will bring you to your routers configuration bottom left hand side (Update Filmware) if you are still having issues with it disconnecting refer to Manufactorer

Nov 23, 2010 | Belkin Basic Wireless Router

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configure my linksys wrt120n with the cd but can't found the internet all wiring are okay


1.Powercycle your equipment (unplug) Modem and Router
2.To ensure it is setup correctly the Ethernet cable should be plugged into the Internet port of the router
3.Wait 15 seconds and plug equipment back in
4.Check Firewalls Win XP: Start/Control Panel/Firewall/Turn off not recommended and try the internet
5.XP: Go to Start/Run/Type ncpa.cpl this will bring you to Network Connections/Double Click on Connection ensure the it is assigned by DHCP and it has a valid ip address it should start with 192.168.
Vista/7 Go to Start/Search Bar/Type ncpa.cpl and hit enter, right click on connection and hit properties. Uncheck Internet Protocol Version 6 and Click on Internet Protocol Version 4 and hit Properties. Ensure that Obtain and ipaddress automatically is checked as well as Obtain a DNS service automatically and hit ok.
6.Restart computer and Try to get online
7.Go to command prompt Win XP:Start/Run/Type cmd and hit ok Vista/7 Start/All Programs/Accessories/Right click on Command Prompt and hit run as administrator.
8.Type ipconfig /release and hit enter
Then type ipconfig /renew
9. Minimize command prompt and try browser
10. If still unable to access the internet open command prompt again and type:
1.netsh int ip reset reset.log
2.netsh int ip delete arpcache
3.netsh winsock reset
4.ipconfig /flushdns and restart computer

Oct 02, 2010 | Linksys WRT120N Router

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I baught this belkin router at a yard sale,when I got it there was no disc to install it on my computer,I have hooked it up and it says I am connected but when I try to get on line it can't find the sever.


From what I can tell you are using Mozilla Firefox Try using Internet Explorer if ip address id not valid it will tell you Internet Explorer cannot display webpage In order to renew ip address these are the steps you will want to take:
1. Ensure the equipment is connected correctly(Ethernet cord from modem to Internet port on router
2.Open network connections Win XP:Start/Run/Type ncpa.cpl
Vista/Win 7 Start/search bar/type ncpa.cpl
3.This will bring you to your network connections window
4.If using XP: Double click on wireless connection and hit the support tab. Ensure it is assigned by DHCP and the ip address should start with 192.
5. If Vista Or Windows 7 Right click on wireless conenction and hit properties. Uncheck version Internet Protocol Version 6
6. Click and Highlight internet protocol Version 4 and hit properties
7. ensure that it shows obtain ip address and obtain a dns server automatically
8.After go to Command Prompt (Win XP) Start/Run/Type CMD
Windows7/Vista:Start Start/All Programs/Accessories/Right click on command prompt and hit run as administrator then hit continue type in these commands.
1.netsh int ip reset reset.log
2.netsh int ip delete arpcache
3.netsh winsock reset
4.ipconfig /flushdns
9. Restart Computer hope this helps please rate thank you

Sep 30, 2010 | Belkin (F5D5231-4) Router

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How to Find the Ethernet Adapter's MAC Address


Follow these instructions to find your adapter's Media Access Control address (MAC address). This is not the same as a Macintosh computer, it is a fixed string built in to the hardware, that uniquely identifies a computer device. Windows 2003 1. Click Start > Run. A command prompt window appears. 2. Type cmd. 3. Type ipconfig/all. (no spaces around the /) 4. Copy down the "Physical Address" (aka the MAC address) on a paper where you keep your network configuration settings. 5. You may close the command prompt window. Windows XP 1. Click Start > Run. A command prompt window appears. 2. Type cmd. 3. Type ipconfig/all. 4. Copy down the "Physical Address" (aka the MAC address) on a paper where you keep your network configuration settings. 5. You may close the command prompt window. Windows 2000 1. Click Start > Programs > Accessories > Command Prompt. A command prompt window appears. 2. Type ipconfig /all. 3. Copy down the "Physical Address" (aka the MAC address) on a paper where you keep your network configuration settings. 4. You may close the command prompt window. Windows 95 and Windows 98 1. Click Start > Run. A command prompt window appears. 2. Type winipcfg. 3. Click OK. 4. Copy down the "Adapter Address" (the MAC address) on a paper where you keep your network configuration settings. 5. You may close the command prompt window. Windows NT 1. Click Start > Programs > MS-DOS Prompt. A command prompt window appears. 2. Type ipconfig /all. 3. Copy down the "Physical Address" (aka the MAC address) on a paper where you keep your network configuration settings. 4. You may close the command prompt window. Macintosh OS (10.3.5) These instructions also work for some earlier OS. 1. Click Apple Menu at top left > System Preferences > Network icon. 2. Select Show: Built-in Ethernet in the pull down menu. 3. Click Ethernet. 4. Your adapter's MAC address is the characters in Ethernet ID.

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