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Windows XP/2k users Go to Start -> Control Panel ->
Network Connections -> Local Area Connection -> Properties ->
Internet Protocol (TCP/IP). click properties tick obtain an ip address automatically and ticks obtain DNS server address automatically
or you can go to this website see how to change you ip address http://www.tech-faq.com/change-ip-address.shtml
I f you have more than 100 computers you may have switch use the switch as the dhcp server if it is managable or use one of your pcs as DHCP server
if users are not roaming better you can use static ip
you need to create an IPSec tunnel between the router and windows server 2003 (run secpol.msc). From the dlink router, you need to set the IP address of the VoIP gateway as part of the LAN that is included on the VPN tunnel. Since it is the server 2003 that has a static IP, you need to initiate the connection from the Dlink router.
Can you tell me the setup with your router? It should be Internet->Modem->Router->Computer
If that's setup properly (the wires in the right spots) then go to the gateway IP of the router...it might be something like "192.168.0.100 "so you put that in your internet browser. The default user is "admin" with no password. Make sure to run the "Wizard" while on that page and after that go to the "Status" page and check to see if the WAN connection is connected properly.
Step 1 Power the unit off by unplugging its power adapter.
Step 2 Insert a paper clip in to the reset pinhole. Press and hold the reset button with light pressure.
Step 3 Power the device back on by plugging it in. Continue to hold the reset button.
Step 4 Watch the lights on the front of the router. The M1 & M2 should come on solid. When the M1 & M2 begin to blink slowly, release the reset button.
The unit will reboot itself and should be at factory defaults. If the M1 light is not blinking about once per second, unplug the power on the router and plug it back in.
If the M1 & M2 continue to blink rapidly, you held the reset button for too long. Power the device off and repeat the reset procedure.
The default IP address is 192.168.0.1. The default username for our routers is admin. The password is blank. If your router asks only for a password, use admin (lower-case).