D-Link DI 524 behind VNC access remotely - Need help....
Hi, I bought DI 524 for wireless access to my 2 notebook. One is mine and anoher belongs to my office. I have internet connection at home and I want to access my home note book from my office.
My home ISP provider give me static IP address. which is 10.0.57.46 gateway: 255.255.255.252 ; GW: 10.0.57.45 and DNS : 18.104.22.168 and 22.214.171.124
I configureed my Router DI 524 router;
Static DHCP Client with MAC address: 192.168.0.136
both note book MAC address is added in the router so that I diable the DHCP
In router > under tools - > remote mamangement -> IP I set there : 126.96.36.199 port: 80 and then I install VNC viewer. at home in both notebook I can run VNC viewer and it works with this address in the web browser:
Now what I want to do, I like to access my router remotely and also access my home notebook from my office via VNC Viewer.
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Open a browser and type in htp://192.168.0.1 to access your router's web management interface. Enter the username and password (default is username admin and no password)
Go to the Advanced Tab and Virtual Server
Private IP=IP Address of your Home notebook
Set Schedule as you like
Enable the rule and click Apply.
Next - remote management of the router.
The IP address that you enter on the remote management page is the IP address that is allowed to connect to the remote management. If the 188.8.131.52 is the IP address of your office, this should work. Be sure you apply a password or anyone going to http://10.0.57.46 will have access to you router, I also recommend changing the port from 80 to 8080 so that http://10.0.57.46:8080 has to be typed to access the remote management interface.
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Check in the router configuration if you have a policy thats blocks the internet access for the phone
and compare the ip assigned to the phone with another device, if the two ips doesnt belong to the same network, your phone is not really connecting to the net
and you need to check the network config
The status light is blinking in all dlink models, so that is normal.
The wireless radio issues have 3 possible solutions.
1. This model has a antenna that screws in the bnc socket behind it see if it's well screwed, or substitute it by another if 2 and 3 don't fix it.
2. On the advaced settings of the wireless configuration you have the ratio of radio broadcast from 25% to 100% check to see if it's on 100%, change channel to 11 if neer and 6 if far, make sure you have SSID broadcast enabled.
3. This models allow you to restart the AP unit and the router unit idependently, so it's always good pratice to restart your AP in the tools and system comands menu.
You need to disable the DHCP server on your "slave" wireless router ( the di-524 ). In D-link routers this might be called configuring it to be an "Access point".
When this happens, connecting to the second wireless router should cause your computer to obtain an IP address which is in the range of the first router (that is to say, it will use the first router's dhcp server).
You should be able have your laptop connect with an automatic IP address and have it work.
the default ipaddress for that is 192.168.0.1 you will need to set your computer with a ip address like 192.168.0.2 then you should be able to access it. be sure to change your computer back to DHCP after you reset the router
just had same prob if you go to dlink site in phillipines there you will find the latest firmware for dlink 524 . i couldnt belive i had to do this as all links to uk site had no pages diplayed .i went first to .singapore site then to australia but the most uptodate firmware i found was on phillipines site
I have not tried it myself with DLink but with LinkSys, yes it will work. It may take a little configuration tinkering but should work. However a few notes:
1. You should only have 1 DHCP server (both have this feature);
2. You can not have 2 identical IP address;
3. I suggest you make the 524 as the gateway and the 704 as a slave;
4. In effect you will connect 1 of the LAN port of the 524 to the WAN input of the 704;
5. You have to copy the WAN settings of the 704 to the WAN settings of the 524;
6. Or if you want to retain the 704 as the gateway, disable the identical features in the 524. I suggest you treat the 524 as a client of the 704.
Hope this gives you some idea and work out for you as it did with my LinkSys. Goodluck and kind regards.