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ADSL link not stable on D-LINK 2640T ADSL 2/2+

I have a D-LINK 2640-R ADSL 2/2+ wireless router/modem.
Until a few days back,it worked perfectly fine. One fine day the ADSL(link/act) lamp kept blinking,and as a result,my net stopped working.
The broadband works with another modem,and after several configuration changes too,this problem doesnt get resolved. Is the modem faulty ? What could be a possible solution ?

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  • BHOLASINGH2 May 13, 2009

    ADSL link not stable on D-LINK 2640T ADSL 2/2+

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SOURCE: Configuring DLink Wifi router for Reliance broadband

Reliance Wimax will be Dynamic (DHCP)

Step 1 :

Connect the Wimax wire from the wall outlet (power adapter provided by Reliance) to the computer directly. The computer must be in DHCP mode.
Check the IP Address of the Computer. It should be a public IP Address.

Step 2 :

Open a web browser. If you try to open any page, it will take you directly to the Reliance Broadnet Login page. Login with your Reliance User ID and Password. Then Log out.
Close the web browser.

Step 3 :

Now, connect the wimax wire to the WAN Port on the Router and the computer to any LAN port. You can open the Router Setup Page. Do MAC Cloning. Then, save changes. Run DHCP on the Router.
Also you can configure wireless network, by changing the SSID and security.

Step 4 :

On the wired computer, open web browser, go to Reliance Broadnet login page and login and start enjoying the service.

One problem, you might face is when the Router is turned off in between. You may have to repeat the Steps 1,2 & 3 to get the connection back.

Posted on Oct 20, 2008

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SOURCE: Connection using DSL-2640T

Try this. It was meant for configuration with Streamyx but you can ask your ISP for the required values circled in the pictures.
http://whatidoonmymac.wordpress.com/2009/05/12/d-link-dsl-2640t-wireless-signal-on-but-no-internet/
good luck!

Posted on May 19, 2009

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SOURCE: need to know how to configure dlink dsl 2640 modem

Dear,
Please refer this. In case of any issue, please let me know http://www.dlink.co.in/Upload/UploadDownload/DSL-2640T.pdf

Posted on Oct 13, 2009

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SOURCE: How to configure Huwaei MT880 with linksys WRT120N router?

Try these steps:

  1. Shut down the DSL/Cable modem
  1. Power up the router (no cables just yet).
  1. Power up the modem and wait for the appropriate lights (power, ethernet, and activity – something along these lines)
  1. Connect the modem and router with an ethernet cable (if there is a WAN port on the router make sure to put the cable in this port).
  1. Connect Port 1 on the router to the network card on the computer using an ethernet cable and check to see there is a light at the correct port.
  1. Open a web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Firefox. Input your routers id (usually an IP address or an URL) in the browsers address bar and press Enter. The address bar is where you would normally see, for example, http://www.google.ca If you don't know the IP address (such as 192.168.1.1) or the URL, try going to the manufacturers web site and downloading a manual.
  1. Now, a window will open asking for a user name and password (these are given to you in the instructions of the router). For example, Dlink sets up some of their routers as, username: admin and leave the password field blank then press OK.
  1. Now you are in the configuration page of your router (wireless most probably). Here you can set the encryption, new passwords etc… If your not comfortable doing these on your own most routers have a wizard that you can follow.
  1. If everything goes alright and the settings are successful you can now try the wireless connection. Go to a machine with a wireless card, right
  1. At the computer with the wireless connection, make sure the connection is on You might be trying to connect to the network by using either the application that came with the router or windows wireless configuration. Right click the icon in the system tray and “view available networks”. If it comes up in a window saying “Windows is not setup for wireless networks” then you must right click on the correct icon in the tray.
  2. Now, in the list of available networks, click on the name of your network Click on "connect" and it should ask for your security id (the encryption code). Put in the code (usually twice) and click connect or OK. It should now be "acquiring anip address" and in a few minutes it should be connected.


Posted on Nov 07, 2009

devverma143
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SOURCE: Configure a wireless access password for DSL-2640T

open the access points in the internet explorer
in it set the wireless security to WEP and provide the network encrypted password

Posted on Apr 25, 2010

ryuho
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SOURCE: MY DSL 2640T after few

Hello,
Download and install free open source Router Commander software from www.routercommander.com. After problem happens, see in router commander's syslog what the reason is.


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