We use a DI-614 router that connects to a 30 port hub. It is probably time to trash it for something more modern but we need the internal configuration to make it easier to set up terminal services and our internal network.
We can log into the server but all of a sudden there is no internet access, and thus, no terminal services, which we need for access from our other office.
We can't recall the password to the router. We need to get in so that we can see the settings and ports that we opened to set up the new router. Is there a way to get a password (a hack) without resetting to factory settings?
there is surely a way of doing that and the way is to open the routers page while connected to the router with the help of an ethernet cable .
but i would rather suggest to reset the router and then start again ... with this u can upload a new firmware for router as well ....
moreover u will be able to do all the settings on the router again ....
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Double check the IP Address info for both printers - ensuring the IP Address, Subnet Mask and Default Gateway are configured correctly. Printers should never use DHCP - so this info should be configured as a static IP.
Also, try moving the connections for the printers to different ports on the router. It is possible that the router may be going bad and the printer ports are the first to show the signs.
One final tip - power cycle the router. I have used D-Link for over 8 years and have had to power cycle their routers and hubs occasionally as they sometimes lock up. This typically affects all ports - so this is probably not the cause of your issue but power cycling the device may help resolve the issue.
Any router can be used as a hub by not using the WAN port. The cable which connects to the rest of your network goes into one of the 4 LAN ports, leaving you 3 wired open ports to connect additional devices. The wireless part will continue to function nomally.
You'll want to disable the DHCP router function in this router. Do this before setting it up as the hub. Connect to it with a cable from a desktop machine into the router - no other network connections at the same time.
Either use the setup CD for the router, or browse to the router address (192.168.x.x) depending on if you're using the default address, or it's been reconfigured.
Then turn the DHCP server function off.
Connect it to the rest of the network, and you're good to go.
You need to disable the DHCP server on your "slave" wireless router ( the di-524 ). In D-link routers this might be called configuring it to be an "Access point".
When this happens, connecting to the second wireless router should cause your computer to obtain an IP address which is in the range of the first router (that is to say, it will use the first router's dhcp server).
You should be able have your laptop connect with an automatic IP address and have it work.
you may have to open the port that opensuse uses in your routers settings, this will probably be called something similair to virtual servers or within the firewall settings, you will have to enter the port number that the programme uses and allocate the number against the ip address of the pc that is connecting.
The fact that you have 3 cards in one pc may confuse matters for the router,so probably dissabling two of them may prove to be another solution to the problem