Question about D-Link DIR-625 (790069292637) Wireless Router
A friend of mine set up D-link DIR-625 for me. He made my WiFi access so air tight that he can't even figure out how we can add new devices to it. I would like to be able to use my Iphone on my own WiFi in my own house. I would also like to have an access pass word rather than what ever has been set up here, I am suppose to be able to push the button on top of the D-link to alow other devices to be added, my Iphone searches for signal and is unable to conect even though the signal strength is at 100%
Reset the router and then configure it again.
To reset the D-Link back to the default settings -
Press and hold the RESET button at the back of the router with the power ON until the LEDs flash at the time the release the RESET button. (firmware version was 3.00, and upgraded to 3.05) Connect a LAN cable from the D-Link to your laptop/computer's LAN port, open the browser on your laptop/computer and enter the D-Link's configuration URL..
The default login = admin
The default PW = blank (just press Enter) You can now change the default admin password.
You can now configure the wireless settings. (WPA or WPA2 encryption) Now configure the wireless card in your computer/laptop with the router's wireless settings. To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
Posted on Nov 05, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: poor wifi performance
Doesn't matter,those signals can't get up to your study cause of the basement. when outside it's fine. try putting the router at a higher end, like on a stool or try the highest point in the basement. Or try getting some high gain antennas that will boost the signal.
Posted on Mar 12, 2009
Things to try:
1. Swapping the router from mixed mode to G only.
2. Raise up the wireless router higher in the room.
3. Move the router closer to the ps3 or the ps3 closer to it.
4. Run ethernet cable to the ps3 from the router. (clunky but 1ms ping times to the router does make seem worth it.)
5. Put the ole warhorse of a linksys back in and hope for store credit on the dlink. As it seems to have been working for you.
To answer your question:
Currently most things have built in G class wireless antennas. As such they prefer G and the N router eats into the G's spectrum. Not bad but some bleeding of channels is just going to happen and as such N class things will love the N router but the G class have to suffer a bit.
Posted on Sep 10, 2009
WPA is not very stable and I have seen many problems with this. Simply change router setting to be configured with WEP and use a good strong password in hex 0-9 and a-f . WPA is horrible any way, and who the heck is gonna sit out side your home to hack it? It is not a WIN 7 problem but more like aging encryption.
Posted on Feb 11, 2010
No, just like when you set up a wireless connection for the first time with a home network, you need to input the network key. As long as you have the key handy, it should work!! For example, when I connect my iPhone to home network, I see my network name "553c" and I "touch" that and it asks what kind of security it has (unless this has changed, my iPhone is 1st generation) so I pick WEP (you will pick WPA of course : ) )and then it prompts for the network key. Hope this helps!!
Posted on Mar 27, 2010
1. check connection by 1st pinging the network card That is go to the dos window and type " ping 127.0.0.1 you should get 4 replies.
if not then you need to check the driver set for you network card.
2. check the ether net cord with a know good one
3. reset the router by unplugging it and reboot the pc
4.Call your ISP to check for outages
5. check the power adapter it may be faulty.
Posted on Apr 29, 2010
Testimonial: "well thanks a lot,actually 1st 4 options i had already tried & it didn't work,the only option i was not aware was 5th one,looks like it will work :)"
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