Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)
Wat is the website for the login when we type admin and stuff
You need to type the routers IP address into the browser. to find the address, be sure you are connected to the router (preferrably with a cable) then go to start then RUN then type CMD then hit ENTER
at the black window that pops up...type IPCONFIG then ENTER
the GATEWAY ip address is the router location. type that in the Internet Explorer address and it should prompt you for the login.
Posted on Dec 24, 2008
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Wireless Router settings:
It is usually easiest to run the install wizard, which you can get from the manufacturers' website, usually for free, but be sure to be ready to set the items listed below:
To get access, start your browser, and put 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1, or other address for your unit, into the ADDRESS bar (not search box) of your Internet Browser. Every unit has unique access login and passwords, some are admin with no password, some are admin and admin...seek access information from the website of the manufacturer of your unit. Look under support, downloads, drivers or similar sounding areas.
Things to set:
(Note: Routers are intended to be set by geeks. You have to SAVE EVERY page before you leave it, or the changes will be lost. A geek knows this (apparently). The router gives no protest...just dumps your changes. SAVE OFTEN.)
1. Login password (RECORD THIS!!). Consider taping to bottom of the router. Physical access is typically NOT the security issue.
2. Set a recognizable system ID (descriptive name is easier to find when you need to connect wirelessly).
3. Invoke wireless security of at least WEP.
a. Assign your own access code, 10 digit home or cell #. Consider taping this information to bottom of the router. (Physical access is usually not the security issue.)
4. Check that your router is set to broadcast its' presence.
5. Change the channel of the wireless to 11, and avoid conflict with landline cordless phones. (Big issue, even the neighbors can interrupt).
There are more secure settings available, all the way down to only allowing certain MAC addresses to have access. A MAC address is a digit unique to each and every network card. Like a fingerprint. Most users do not set mac address limits.
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