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Does not bridge LAN and Wireless

This router does not seem to bridge the wireless and the wired local networks, so that broadcasts do not go through. That means that protocols like Bonjour/Zeroconf cannot work across machines which are wired and laptops which aren't. Or did I miss something ?

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Ya need to check the ip add setting of acces point , as well as ssid , channel n region too. once ya log into the the routers configuration page , check that yor comp is getting the ip of same range/class from yor router, it might be liil different in the last number , no worries till then.... n assign the same ssid , region and security setting - like the secuirty key for wless to yor wless comps also. n calso check your comps are on dynamic ip settings. however if ya want to use the staic ip , then give yor comps a staic ip in the same range as yor router' range. n check the wzc service of yor windows xp or above system. it should be enable n running n should be usingthe same security key for wirless connection. or chat with me on samrat101, yahoomssgr or msn messnger samrat

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Bridge will not find router


Setting up a wireless router with a Windows client can be complicated.
There are a number of measures and options that have to be understood, and it's all too easy to make a mistakes--but D-Link provides an easy-to-walk-through configuration system to help you set up your D-Link wireless router.

Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the DSL modem.

Then plug the other end into the "WAN" port on the back of the D-Link wireless router.

Connect wired computers to any of the other Ethernet ports on the router using another Ethernet cable.

Access the D-Link Configuration Screen

Open your web interface and type "http://192.168.0.1" into the address bar, then hit "Enter" or "Return."

Use "Admin" as the username and leave the password blank when the login screen appears.

Click "OK." You should now see the D-Link configuration screen.

Set Up General Security

Change your administrative password by clicking on the "Tools" tab and choosing the "Admin" button. Enter a new password under the "Administrator" heading.

Confirm it, and click "Apply."
Disable the wireless Local Area Network (LAN) if you don't need to use the wireless access and you want to make sure no one else is able to access your network.

Under the "Home" tab, choose "Wireless" and select the "Off" option.

Enable Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP)

Locate the "Home" tab in the D-Link Configuration screen, and click on the "Wireless" button.

Use the "Open System" button beside "Authentication."

Select the "Enabled" button next to "WEP," and set the encryption key to "128 bit."

Set the "Key Type" to "ASCII" and choose a 13-digit password for the "Key 1" field.

Write down the password in a secure location.

Click "Apply."

Change the SSID

Change the SSID to make it more difficult for others to locate and use your network by clicking on the "Home" tab and locating the "Wireless" button.

Change the default SSID to one of your choosing, then click "Apply."

Disable SSID broadcasting.
Under the "Advanced" tab, click on "Performance" and check off the "Disabled" box. Again, click "Apply."
Filter MAC Addresses

Click the "Advanced" tab in the D-Link "Configuration" screen and select the "Filters" button.

Choose the "MAC Filters" and click on "Only Allow Computers with MAC Address Listed Below to Connect to the Network."

Enter the name and MAC address of the computers allowed to access the network, beginning with the one you are currently configuring.

Click "Apply."

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How do i set bridge mode?


Depends if you need a wireless or wired bridge?

Here is some info for you.

Infrastructure Mode

With a wireless Access Point, you can operate the wireless LAN in the infrastructure mode. This
mode provides wireless connectivity to multiple wireless network devices within a fixed range or
area of coverage, interacting with wireless nodes via an antenna.

In the infrastructure mode, the wireless access point converts airwave data into wired Ethernet
data, acting as a bridge between the wired LAN and wireless clients. Connecting multiple Access
Points via a wired Ethernet backbone can further extend the wireless network coverage. As a
mobile computing device moves out of the range of one access point, it moves into the range of
another. As a result, wireless clients can freely roam from one Access Point domain to another and
still maintain seamless network connection.


Wireless Bridging Overview
Using Wireless Router as a Wireless Access Point

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I have a westell adsl2t router and it is connected to my DI-624m wireless router and I just want to encrypt the connection to secure it.


open a browser from a computer that is connected to the router (preferably wired) and in the address bar, enter http://192.168.0.1
the login is admin and the password is blank.
click WIRELESS on the left
you will then be on the wireless setup screen.
Enable the type of security you want, and the key or passphrase.
For instance, if you want something easy to remember, set the security to WEP and use your 10 digit phone number as the WEP key.
Change the SSID to something other than dlink while you're there.

That's all there is to it. Apply the changes and you're done!

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No lan broadcast


Are you talking about the wireless lan or wired LAN.
If the wireless is not broadcasting then you will need to check the wireless settings of the router.
Click Here to know how to check the settings of the router

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Can not connect to internet


My first guess is that your Dlink ADSL modem is really a modem router, so you are getting double routing. Sometimes this works just fine, though, so I'm not confident that's the whole explanation.
You'll need to setup your IP plan carefully
set the D-Link modem(router?) to bridging mode & the DLink wireless router does the login to Exetel.
DLink wireless router WAN side: DHCP + login to Exetel
DLink wireless router LAN side: 192.168.0.1
Subnet 255.255.255.0
DHCP on: range 192.168.0.10 to .20
DNS Servers: 220.233.0.3, 220.233.0.4
with PC's wireless adaptor set to DHCP
so picks up eg:
IP address: 192.168.0.10
Gateway address: 192.168.0.1
DNS Servers: 220.233.0.3, 220.233.0.4

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How do i set a password?


Follow these rules for a secured WLAN
connect to your router as admin using Lan cable.
Set A router password. (if not already set)
Change your SSID from standard name
Consider do not broadcast SSID
In wireless setting select WPA-PSK security protocol
Create a Passphrase to be used as key (write it down)
save and use new setting in every connected device of this network.
I recommend first broadcast your network with WPA-PSK password.
Find your network with your clients (PC, Console, print server) use pw to connect in secured way.
Be sure to set client network properties to "connect to this network even if not broadcasting"
For increased security modify your network in Router to "No broadcast"

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Not broadcasting


Try reconfiguring your wireless setting from your router. Create a new wireless network. The old setting may had been corrupted.

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Will a computer with 10/10 LAN connect to my wireless LAN?


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Using 2 routers


You may use your wireless router as an Access Point:

1. Connect one of the LAN port of the Belkin to a LAN port on your Voyager. If the link light on both side are not coming on, try using a cross-over cable. Important: Do not connect anything to the WAN port of your Belkin.

2. Configure the LAN IP address of your Belkin in the same subnet as the Voyager. By example, if your Voyager has 192.168.0.1, you may give your Belkin 192.168.0.3.

3. Disable the DHCP server on the Belkin since the Voyager most likely already has one.

4. Configure the Wireless parameter of your Belkin as you would normaly do.

Using this method, your wired and wireless devices will be able to communicate together since they will be on the same network and your Belkin will act as a bridge between the wired and wireless network.

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My laptop cannot connect to my local network (LAN)


Assuming you initially set up the router using the wired lan adapter and lead, enabled DHCP in the settings. First stand right next to your router; Dells wireless is a little tempremental, go to control panel and in there should be Dell wireless monitor, open this up refresh it and see if it finds any wireless networks, if so try to connect. Dissable your wired network lan adapter. Go to the properties of your wireless card and on the TCP/IP line click properties again and ensure that obtain an ip address automatically is selected, press ok and restart the pc.

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