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1 Double-click on the desktop icon for your webbrowsing program on any computer currently connected to theInternet through the wireless router. Type the phrase "http://192.168.0.1"in the address bar and then press the "Enter" key on the keyboard toaccess the D-Link interface portal.
2 Click on the "Login" button at thecenter of the screen. Leave the password field blank and type the word"admin" into the user name text box. Click on the "OK"button to access the router's settings menu.
3 Click on the "Home" button at the topof the settings menu. Click on the "Off" radio button to prevent anycomputers from accessing the D-Link wireless router. Scroll down to the"WEP" entry and click on "Enable" if you want to turn the securityfeature on so that only certain computers can access your router.
4 Click on the "Key 1" text box and typein a 13-digit password you want computer users to provide to access thewireless router. Click on the green "Apply" button to save the changes.
5 Navigate to the "Advanced" tab if youwant to set up additional security measures to prevent unwanted computers fromaccessing the wireless router. Click on the "Filters" option and thenclick on "MAC Filter." Type in the MAC addresses of the computers youwant to be able to access the wireless router in the text boxes that will popup. Click on "Apply" to save the changes.
6 Go to the "Tools" tab and click on the"Password" text box. Enter in a password if you don't want otherusers to be able to access the D-Link settings menu without having thepassword. Click on "Apply" to save the changes.
Apr 11, 2011 | D-Link Computers & Internet
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