Question about D-Link ADSL2/2+ Modem/Wireless Router 4-Port Switch, 802.11g, QoS (DSL-2640B)
I have been using this modem ( WA3002G4 supplied by Data One) for surfing the internet as an 'unsecured' network.
Recently I suspect it is being accessed by the neighbours .
How does one create a 'secured' network with this modem ??
Is your modem wired or wireless?
if it is wired you donot have to worry but if it is wireless and the network is unsecured you need to perform the following steps.
if your computer is using the same wireless connection then you will loose the internet connection wirelessly as you will need to setup the configuration with the computer again..
1st u need to find the ip address of the computer..
click on start,then click on run in the box type in cmd and hit enter
now you will see a black box in that box type in ipconfig and hit enter
out of all the results you will see something which says default gateway there will be numbers beside it make a note of those number(eg it will be something like 192.168.1.125..this is just an example)
go to the browser page and type those numbers in the addres box,
it should open a user name and password box,type in admin/admin as the user name and password,
there you will see a tab for wireless under that tab you will see the option for security and then you need to make it secured..
YOU CAN TELL ME WHO IS THE MANUFACTURER OF THE MODEM SO THAT I CAN EXACTLY TELL YOU WHAT YOU NEED TO DO....
Posted on Feb 05, 2009
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