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Router does'nt work . I can get online when I connect directly to the cable service and bypass the router, but when I plug the the ethernet cable into the router, I can't get wireless service.

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Dear Werstellar,
Try resetting the router back into default, you can do that by holding the reset button on the back of your router for 30 seconds the uplug the power,
Once done connect a cable from a LAN port to your PC and connect the Ethernet cable from your modem to the WAN port of your DI-624.
Open your internet browser and type 192.168.0.1 the log into your router.
you can either run the wizard or go straight to manual configuration.
for manual configuration connection type : choose DHCP.
and then click on clone my Mac address. once this is done click save and reboot.
then log back to your router by typing 192.168.0.1 into your internet browser and go to wireless set up under encryption choose WPA as it is more secure and then type your network ID (This will be a password for your wireless network and it has to be a minimum of 8 DIgits or letters or a combination of both.
once done go to system from the menu and choose save and reboot.
Now unplug the power for both modem and router, then plug the power for your modem first wait few minutes until all the lights on your modem are up then power up your DI-624 give it few minutes and you should be able to go online on both wired and wireless connection.
any more help just ask

Posted on Mar 04, 2009

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