Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
I Have a leased line with one WAN IP and 4 LAN pool IPs, how can I configure the device to use the LAN pool IPs provided by the ISP
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: DI 514 and Skyway
if A is the skyway modem with the adress 192.168.1.1
if B is the DI 514 WAN port with the adress 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.1 set as gatway
and if C is your computer with the adress 192.168.2.2 and 192.168.2.1 set as gatway
and if D is the di 514 LAN port with the adress 192.168.2.1
than it works
"When I route it through the DI 514 I can access the internet but not the modem" u dont route it, u NAT it. so if u cant acces it with the right setings then try to xpoze yor computer host in DMZ seting
Posted on Nov 20, 2007
SOURCE: no wan light
If no wan light bypass the dlink router and check if ethernet cable connected to wan port is working. Once you are able to go online through modem connect cable to WAN if light does not go on log into oruter and clone mac address and save settings.If doesnt work powercycle router and turn modem on first then router next if doesnt work upload latest firmware.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
SOURCE: D-link DI-604
I didn't quite understand what you meant but Ill explain some stuff you to that might help.
From what I understand you have a dial up router/modem, which is external (outside of your computer/seperate), and you hookup your phone line to it, which then connects into your DI-604 WAN port.
WAN Static IP settings are related to the settings given by the ISP that stay constant. There are 2 types of IP, static and dynamic. I think dial up is dynamic, since you have to connect/disconnect through the phone when you want to get on, this causes the ip to change at each reconnect, unless your ISP treats it differently.
I have no idea what you want to get out of the WAN static IP settings, but this should be handled by the dialup router/modem it self, and generally you dont have to manually enter the static ip, unless the ISP requires it, in that case you would enter this stuff there. The ISP Gateway Address refers to the ISP's router address/modem, I think, since I never heard the term before.
After "My problem:", I didn't understand your problem and can't give you further info until you clarify. Also if you internet is fully connected and working, and you still have problems then you could try resetting the router, by holding the reset button for 10 seconds. This will erase all settings. If that doesn't help try unplugging the router, then holding the reset button for 5-10 seconds, then plugging it in at the same time, then it should be fully reset, unless I forgot how it was supposed to be reset. ( I used to have the same router)
Posted on Feb 27, 2009
SOURCE: How to obtain new WAN ip-address
For the router it should suffice just to cycle its power.
However, the behavior of the ISP's DHCP server may also be part of your problem. Most likely, it also will try to assign the same address as before, if still available.
So what you can try is to switch off your router and modem for a few hours (e.g. over night) and see if you get a different address.
Of course, this won't work if you have a statically assigned IP address, as this is often the case with cable modems. In this case your only chance is to contact the provider and ask them to change your IP address. You should of course be able to offer a very good explanation then...
Posted on Apr 01, 2010
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