Cannot connect one d-link dwl-7700ap to another d-link dwl-7700ap
I have connected one unit to one PC via RJ-45 (ethernet) using the PoE provided and have done the same with the other unit. However, though they are discovered respectively in each PC, they are unable to 'see' each other.
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Sir I have a problem i have this device DWL-7700AP Brige but i want to secoure my device becouse if any person want to connet with me he just search my network and connected so if there is some solution for that please give me
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Re: cannot connect one d-link dwl-7700ap to another...
You have to add the MAC address from one unit into the other and Vice versa. Set them up in the repeater mode.
The product manual is on this link, under the Support Resources: http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=292 copy and paste the complete link into your browser. If I could be of further assistance, let me know. If this helps or solves the issue, please rate it. Thanks, Joe
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Dial up requires a modem instead of a LAN card. It uses an RJ-11 phone plug and not the bigger RJ-45 LAN plug. You also need a dial up internet service provider, and possibly software to make the phone call. There is a Connections setup in Internet Options, under Control Panel if you don't have the software.
So, you are right on track. Just make the call and enter the user name and password to finalize connection.
For that Connect your router to computer with ethernet cable then you can access it with following default link. http://192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.1.1 If you are not able to access it with above ip then check your computers ip address gateway ip is your router ip try with it. Then it ask for user name and password. If
still not able to access it then you need to reset it for that press
RESET button for 10 seconds it is in back side of router. Type user as "admin" and password as "admin" or "password" or blank. Then you can see configuration page of router. WAN
settings are your internet service provider settings if you want to
know wireless settings then click on wireless then you can find your
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You are probably looking at a RJ-11, used for telephone (dial up - modem). You are trying to put a RJ-45 connector in it.
The RJ-45 should have 8 wires while the RJ-11 may have as many as 6 connectors.
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Note: If you were to plug a RJ-11 into a RJ-45 port and if it happened that you plugged the other end of the phone cord (RJ-11) into a phone jack --- and the phone were to ring ... you would be pumping 60 volts into your computer. Be very careful with these connections. You would then need butter and jelly for your toast, which is what your computer would be.
Ok - recap: Both look very similar ...
Ethernet = 8 conductors - RJ-45
Telephone = up to 6 wires (may be 2 or 4 also) - RJ-11. NOT interchangable.
So how will you connect? If the laptop is not builltin wireless, you can get a PCMIA card for the slot on the side that will allow wireless or ethernet. Get the card at your computer store. ... Or ... use the built in modem for dialup., You would of course need a dialup account somewhere.
you can connect to your box via FTP via a crossover cable. If you can’t, you might want to read up on that before attempting this. Now, what we’ll need is… Ethernet cable (crossover or patch) Router Modem We’ll also assume that you have a router (wireless or not) and that your modem is connected to the ‘Internet’ or ‘WAN’ port. If you have a free port on your wireless router, you can connect your dreambox to this. Use the ethernet cable (crossover or patch, most modern routers will accept either) connect one end to your dreambox and one end to a free port on your router. You don’t need to change any settings on your router or PC. Over to the dreambox. Navigate to the networking page on your dreambox. Setup -> Expert Setup -> Communication Setup
The XBOX 360 can only be connected via an RJ-45 ethernet wire to the router unless you purchase the wireless adapter. The adapter can be bought at any accessory store such as walmart, Target, Gamestop, etc.
Well, I would guess that if you are hooked up now, then you have a wireless router. If this is the case then you should have rj-45 (ethernet) ports on the back of it also for lan hook-up also. Must come with atleast 4 LAN ports, 1 WLAN port (for the incoming internet signal from your cable/dsl modem), so if you use a reg. ethernnet cord, then yes you should be fine hooking your ps3 to your network(via ethernet cable to your wireless router from the ps3). Hope this helps...
Turn on your AP and push reset button for 30 seconds with pen or any small things (little hole between the antena connector and RJ-45 LAN connector).
Set your laptop IP or PC that you will use to set the AP to 192.168.0.55 subnet 255.255.255.0 Then open your web browser, connect your PC Ethernet to AP Ethernet, remove any proxy setting from your browser temporary, and type 192.168.0.50 enter. Username is: admin password: none (leave it blank).