I have a problem with echolink connecting via the Dlink 624
I have configured my D-624 wireless router to allow echolink access to the internet via ports 5198-5200, UDP and TCP, as well as set the ip for the computer for DMZ, the Windows Firewall in Vista is turned off, and the 660 modem has the firewall turned off as well. Still when I run the test, echolink fails and says that I am behind a firewall. ooVoo as well as other programs pass through with no problems. I am stumped on this one. The laptop is the ACER Aspire 4520
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Hi, You can set up for that dlink router.Do this step. Click start>open internet explorer and the address URL type http://192.168.0.1 press enter. Username admin password leave blank For setting details click this link to download user manual guide http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DI-624&rev=DI-624
Most of these routers have a reset button, try that and restart both your modem and the router. Please note that resetting the router will bring it back to factory default and your wireless may not be encrypted, thus you will need to go to the router settings in the form of 192.x.x.x, log in, and then encrypt your signal. I have tried to be as clear as possible and if you have any question please feel free to ask.Good luck.
but are you able to connect with the wire? if you do. have access to the dlink router and set upt th econnection via DHCP if you dont know how to do that contact me back and ill give you the instructions.
Access the configuration page of your router by default its 192.168.0.1, Login to the Dlink page by default the Username is Admin and Password is Blank and then reconfigure your router for Internet connection.
First you have to make sure that you connected it correctly. the cable coming out of the modem should be connected to the single port (Internet port) at the right when facing the back of the router.
All computers that are wired through it should be able to access the internet. if one of your computers cannot access the internet you may want to check the IP address that you are getting. (go to a command prompt and type ipconfig).
If you are connecting a wireless computer check the wireless security setting which you can find at the configuration (setup) page of the router. to access the configuration page check the owner's manual.
This can be a problem with the wireless settings of your router, that is configured correctly, if you know how to access the router setup page that's where you can configure and check all the settings and also change some settings of the router in order for it to work and provide wireless signal, but if you're not familiar with better call Dlink so one of their tech support can walk you through with that process.....
Is your issue with the router's administrative password to used to configure the router?
Please confirm your router's manufacturer and model number.
IF not go to Wireless Configuration
If the router needs to be reset (because of an unknown password) do you know the proper settings to
reconfigure the router? If not or even if unsure please provide your
Internet Service Provider's name so we can get accurate instructions before proceeding any further on this password issue.
Is your issue with the passphrase/password for a wireless adapter to
access a secured wireless network using either WEP or WAP encryption?
Do you have another wireless computer that works? -- you may be able to find the passphrase in the configuration of that machine's wireless adapter avoiding the need to have the administrators password for the router for the time being.