Question about D-Link 802.11g Wireless Router WBR-1310 (WBR1310)

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I have a dlink w-1310. I turned mac filtering off so that two iphones and a playstation can get on the wifi network. I would like to allow these addresses to the network and have my mac address filtering back on for security. But when I go to network places, I dont have a d link icon that I used to to be able to do this. How can I get this icon back or find it if I still have it? Thanks!

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  • karheisgirl Feb 27, 2009

    Thank you for your reply FresnoTech! I cant get directly in to my dilink router. Your phrased it perfect. I know all my mac addresses I just cant get accept playstation (can get it ), but I can not find the dlink page that lets you type in your name password and then edit your preferences.

  • karheisgirl Feb 27, 2009

    Yes much appreciated thank you!

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Are you talking about network places in a Windows Operating System?

Can you get into your DLink Router?

If you can directly get into the Dlink router, you will be able to determine what the mac addresses of those devices are, in the DHCP list table. You must have the devices on and connected to the network for them to be listed. From within the DLink router, you can also turn on mac filtering.

For exact details, visit dlinks website: www.dlink.com for the support manual for the router.

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  • Eric Lanning Feb 27, 2009

    I see. Do you know how find the gateway IP address?



    1. Start

    2. Run

    3. type in "CMD" hit enter

    4. In the black window type "ipconfig /all"

    5. Look for the gateway IP address

    6. Enter the IP address into your browser.

    7. Should ask you for your username and password



    I think DLink's default password system is:

    username: admin

    password: admin (try password as well if admin doesn't work)



    the password may be different depending on your router's configuration.

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