Re: When i type in http://192.168.0.1 in the URL box to...
Please make sure that You are connecting from a pc having same range of ip address I mean 192.168.0.0. Try to ping 192.168.0.1 from your system .If you get reply You can access the dlink box in webpage.
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To change the network key (password), open a web browser and type this address: http://mifi.admin/ in the url search bar. This is your mobile hotspot's admin page. If you see a "Welcome"-screen on this page with a "Login password" field, click cancel at the bottom of the page and then "Ok" to cancel the setup wizard. Log in by entering "admin" in the box in the top-right corner and clicking "Login". Click on the "WiFi" link at the top of the screen, this will open the WiFi settings page. You can change the network name (SSID) and network key (password). Click apply to save any changes made. After saving the changes your mobile hotspot will reboot and you will need to select the new wireless network or enter your new network password in order to connect to the mobile hotspot.
"Ymail," a division of Yahoo!, is not the same as
the Yahoo! email service.
The main different revolves around the URL at the end of
your email address.
Instead of "@yahoo.com" these addresses are
written as "@ymail.com."
This slight variation might confuse you about how to log
into your Ymail account.
The login instructions are similar to that of Yahoo! mail.
Additionally, you can recover your ID or password if you have forgotten it.
Visit the Yahoo! login page by typing "ymail.com" into the URL bar.
This takes you to both the Yahoo! email sign in and the
Ymail sign in.
Type your username into the "Yahoo! ID" box.
This is the part of your email address that comes before
Type in your password.
If your password doesn't work, or you don't remember it,
choose the blue "I Can't Access My Account" from the bottom of the
sign in box.
Choose the option that describes your situation best.
Options include: "I Forgot My Password", "My Password Doesn't
Work", "I Forgot My Yahoo! ID" and "My Account May Have
Been Compromised". Press "Next."
Follow the on-screen directions to set a new password or
recover your ID.
"Ymail," a division of Yahoo!, is not the same as the Yahoo! email service. The main different revolves around the URL at the end of your email address. Instead of "@yahoo.com" these addresses are written as "@ymail.com." This slight variation might confuse you about how to log into your Ymail account. The login instructions are similar to that of Yahoo! mail. Additionally, you can recover your ID or password if you have forgotten it.
Visit the Yahoo! login page by typing "ymail.com" into the URL bar. This takes you to both the Yahoo! email sign in and the Ymail sign in. Type your username into the "Yahoo! ID" box. This is the part of your email address that comes before "@ymail.com." Type in your password. If your password doesn't work, or you don't remember it, choose the blue "I Can't Access My Account" from the bottom of the sign in box. Choose the option that describes your situation best. Options include: "I Forgot My Password", "My Password Doesn't Work", "I Forgot My Yahoo! ID" and "My Account May Have Been Compromised". Press "Next." Follow the on-screen directions to set a new password or recover your ID.
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Type the router's URL into your web browser. To access and change any
settings on your router, you must log into the router's URL. This will allow
your computer to communicate with
the router and access the router's main page. When accessing the router's URL,
use the same computer that was used to install the router. If you do not know
the router's URL, look for this information in the router's manual or on the
manufacturer's website. After entering the URL into the web browser's address bar, press
"Enter" or click the "Go" button on the browser.
Input the router's default username and password. Once you enter the
router's URL into your web browser, a dialog box will appear requiring you to
input the router's username and password. (Note that this password is not the
network password.) Unless you have previously changed the router's username and
password, input the default ones. Many browsers have the default username of
"admin" and have the password set as "password" or have no
password at all. To find out your router's username and password, check the
documentation that came with your router or check the manufacturer's website.
Click "OK" to proceed to the router's main page.
Access the router's security settings. Depending on your brand of router,
there will be tabs or links on the router's main page. One of these will
contain the page for changing your security settings. Find and click the link
or tab. This page will contain several textboxes, one of which will contain the
SSID (name of the network) and two textboxes for changing the network password.
Select an encryption type and change the network password. Most new routers
offer WEP (Wired Equivalency Privacy) security or WPA security. To create a
password using letters and/or numbers, you must choose the WPA security
setting. Change the network password by typing in a new password in the two
textboxes. When you are finished, click "OK." Save your changes and log out. After changing the
network password, you must click "Save" or "Apply" to keep
the password change. Log out of the router by clicking the "Logout"
or "Exit" link on the router's main page. If you leave the main page
open for a certain period of time, you may automatically be logged out of the
there can be many steps to solve this dilemma and the easiest by far would be to remotely access your computer via the internet but aside from that, try logging in to your wireless router by opening internet explorer and then up in the URL instead of typing in www.whatever.com instead, type in the following:
192.168.1.1 let me know when you get that far - you want to make sure that mac address filtering is OFF
You can manually configure and block that specific website's URL that always try and show Privacy Notice.
If you are using Mozilla Firefox browser do this:
On the Menu Bar, click Tools, then click Options and then the Privacy Tab. Within the Privacy Tab under Cookies click the Exceptions button then type the URL and click the block button.Click close and click ok.
If you're using IE browser do this:
On the Menu Bar, click the Tools,the Internet Options pops-up. Click the Privacy Tab,under Settings click the "Sites" button, then type the address or URL of the site and click block button. Then click the ok button twice.
If you want to remove it, just follow the same procedure, but this time instead of blocking it you'll then need to give privilege to allow it.
Plug another Ethernet cable into one of the available ports
Plug the other end of that same cable into an Ethernet port on your PC
LinkSys Router Configuration
LinkSys routers now ship with a Setup Wizard which is intended to simplfy basic configuration tasks.
We do not recommend the LinkSys Setup Wizard for two reasons:
The Setup Wizard is not significantly easier that the regular configuration menus
If you use the Setup Wizard, you will end up learning two interfaces for your LikSys router instead of just one
Instead, we recommend simply starting your web browser and jumping into the configuration.
Once your web browser is open, go to the URL http://192.168.1.1/. This will take you to a popup box which asks you to enter a username and password. Logging in to a LinkSys Router
The username is either blank or "admin" and the default password is "admin".
Once you are past the login screen, you are able to access (and change) a plethora of configuration options for your router.
Don't be worried by the enormous number and variety of options, your LinkSys router ships with default settings that enable it to work right out of the box in most environments.
From here the configuration options that you choose are largely up to your own personal preference.
If this is a wireless router, we recommend that you consider setting an SSID to identify the router as your own and configuring WEP to encrypt your wireless traffic.
LinkSys Router Setup Video Tutorials
Learn how to set up your Linksys Router.
Thomas installs a Linksys router to demonstrate what ease-of-use means.
Installing a Wireless Router Is usually a step by step process for all brands , To get this installation done properly first thing you want ot do is Plug in the power cord and turn this Router on nearby the Modem that your internet Service Provider gave you. Once the Unit is powered I would like you to unplug the ethernet cable that is going from your cable box to your desktop and plug that ethernet wire to the back of your new D-link wireless router into the WAN port. Once you do that you should allready be transmiting wireless but your name will be the default D-Link and you wont be encrypted (Protected from others getting into your internet). To get password encrypted you will have to using your web browser by typing "http://192.168.0.1" into the URL address box and press enter. Then from there you should select the Wireless section and put a SSID name which is what shows up when you find your wireless router on another computer and WEP or WAP is the password encryption if you want to make it easy I would suggest you use a WEP 64 BIT and that will only ask you for a 10 digit number. I usually tell my customers to put in there phone number with the area code . then from there you can navigate the other options you can customize and save the router settings and you should be up and running from there. using your web browser by typing "http://192.168.0.1" into the URL address box