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I need to access D-Link router from outside the network, how do i do this

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Configuring dlink 1320


Wirelessly or cable ?
D-Link Router to an AT&T DSL Modem
With an always-on, high-speed Internet connection like DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), a router is a prudent addition to your local network.
It filters out unauthorized access to your network, which prevents an intruder from accessing computers that are connected to that network.
However, getting your computers, routers and modems on the same page may not work right "out of the box."
There are a few things you must be aware of, especially if this is a wireless network.

Unplug your DSL modem and D-Link router.
In order for the network to properly recognize its devices, these devices must be attached in a specific order.
Plug in your DSL modem's power cord.
There is usually no power button on a modem.
Simply plugging in its electrical cable will turn it on.
Give your DSL modem a couple minutes to re-establish its connection to AT&T's network before taking any further action.
Plug in your D-Link router's power cord.
Like the DSL modem, this router will probably not have a power switch; simply plug in the power cable, and it turns on.
Let the D-Link router sit for a couple minutes while it establishes its connection to the DSL modem and AT&T's network.
Physically attach your computer to the router with an Ethernet cable.
Even if the router and modem are wireless, a physical connection must be established to properly configure the router.
If this is not a wireless network, then your setup procedure is essentially complete.
To access a D-Link router on your network, open an Internet browser and navigate to the 192.168.0.1 address.
This will bring you to your D-Link router's interface.
The default User Name is "admin" (without the quotes), and there is no password.
Enter the User Name and click the "Log In" button. This will bring you to the Setup window.
Refer to your D-Link router's documentation for changing the default password (highly recommended) and forwarding ports.
If this is a wireless network, you have a couple further steps.
First, change your network's SSID (Service Set Identifier) title, so that you can recognize it when other wireless networks are nearby.
Also, choose your wireless encryption and passphrase. WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) is a solid option.
Specific instructions depend on your model of D-Link router; so refer to your documentation (which can usually be found at the manufacturer's website if you do not have it on hand).
Disconnect the Ethernet cable from your computer.
Your new wireless network should be visible with your computer's wireless adapter.
Windows and OS X will notify you of networks in range when your adapter is active.
Connect to the one with your SSID, and enter the passphrase.


http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/wirelesssetup.mspx
Wireless Network D-Link
If you have a D-link wireless network, your computer is susceptible to outside intruders unless you take preventive measures to prevent intrusion.
There are some important settings that you need to change within your D-link control panel to add an extra measure of security.
By changing these settings, the intruders will have no other choice but to choose another computer to attack.

Type the router IP address, "192.168.0.1", into your Internet browser.
Press "Enter" on your keyboard.
Enter your username and password to log into the D-link configuration panel.
By default, the username is "Admin" with a blank password field.
To prevent outsiders from being able to access your D-link router's configuration panel, change the username and password to something more secure.
This can be done by selecting "Tools" from the menu and selecting "Admin."
Select "Administration Settings" and enter your new username and password.
Save your changes by clicking "Apply."

Enter the IP addresses for the computers you want to give access to your router.
You can do this by clicking the "DHCP" link underneath the "Home" tab. Click "Apply" to save the IP addresses.
Select the "Wireless" link underneath the "Home" tab.
Enter a name in the "SSID" field to identify your wireless network.

Choose "WPA" for your "Security" option.
WPA will provide the highest level of security for your wireless network. Create a WPA password to access your wireless network.
For maximum security, enter a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols.
Store your password in a safe place in case you ever forget it.
Click "Apply" to save your settings.

Install a software firewall program on your computer to add an additional measure of security for your wireless network.
A few of the popular firewall programs available are Norton Antivirus, McAfee and Zone Alarm.

Aug 05, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Default password raouter


Type the router IP address, "192.168.0.1", into your Internet browser.

Press "Enter" on your keyboard.


Enter your username and password to log into the D-link configuration panel.

By default, the username is "Admin" with a blank password field.


To prevent outsiders from being able to access your D-link router's configuration panel, change the username and password to something more secure.


This can be done by selecting "Tools" from the menu and selecting "Admin." Select "Administration Settings" and enter your new username and password. Save your changes by clicking "Apply."


Enter the IP addresses for the computers you want to give access to your router. You can do this by clicking the "DHCP" link underneath the "Home" tab. Click "Apply" to save the IP addresses.


Select the "Wireless" link underneath the "Home" tab. Enter a name in the "SSID" field to identify your wireless network.


Choose "WPA" for your "Security" option. WPA will provide the highest level of security for your wireless network. Create a WPA password to access your wireless network. For maximum security, enter a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols.


Store your password in a safe place in case you ever forget it. Click "Apply" to save your settings


hope this helps

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Is there a limit to the number of login attempts that can be made or can hackers make continuous attempts until they get in?


There is no limit to the number of login attempts, as far as I know, but there are ways to block hackers outside of your network...

You can use MAC Filters (Media Access Control) to allow LAN (Local Area Network) computers by their MAC addresses access to the Network (p. 44 in the user manual).

You can also use the built-in Firewall Settings for protection from the outside world (p. 45 in the user manual).

There is also an Access Control Wizard (p. 40 in the user manual).

Here is the PDF link to the User Manual:
http://www.dlink.com/-/media/Consumer_Products/DGL/DGL%204500/Manual/DGL%204500_Manual_EN_US.pdf

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HI! in my workplace, the network has two routers, a US-Robotics in which it is connected the internet cable, and then a wireless D-Link G607T conected do the US-Robotics to deliver wireless network to the...


If you are trying to gain access to it from outside of the network the local IP will not work.
Also, if you are doing port forwarding are you entering the port at the end of the IP address? ( example: 74.151.45.215:88 )
Hope that helps!

Feb 28, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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How can i locked my router so that outsider will not access to my wireless router


You will need to access your router through the interface and enable security. Depending on the router you will have an option of WEP (less secure), WPA (more secure) or WPA2 (most secure). You will need to enter a name for in the SSID field (this is the name that will be visible to your wireless device), Enter a network key (write this down, you will need it later) and set the network authentication to shared.

Then when connect to the router with your wireless device it will ask you for the network key that you entered earlier. Now your wireless network traffic will be encrypted and not accessible without the network key.

May 20, 2010 | Computers & Internet

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How do you set up the password? Does this prevent


You may access your touter homepage by typing 192.168.0.1. username is User and leave the password blank. click home tab and click wireless tab. Set your SSID name. This the name that you want on your network and this is visible to all when they tried to search for wireless network. Enable WEP. Select WEP input key you wish to use.

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I want to encrypt my router so it cant be accessed by someone outside my house i have a d-link di-514 thanks


>Goto your router/modem settings
>Choose your wireless security and create a network(ie access code) key to provide security to your router from unauthorized access..

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Unable to ftp from outside of the network. Went through all of the port forwarding setup. Still can't connect.


You need to setup a Port Forwarding / Virtual Server (FTP) in the router to forward port 21 (FTP default) to your FTP server's FTP port. You may need to setup a reserved IP address for the FTP server first in the router before the option comes up.

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Pix 515E inside to outside translation problem


Dear Kiran,

What is the name assigned for isp 1 as well as isp2.

for your reference kindly find the sample configuration......
ISP 1:
interface ethernet 0 100 full
nameif outside security-lvl 0
ip address outside 203.193.129.132 255.255.255.240.
nat (inisde) 1 (local network)
global (outside) 1 203.193.129.133
route outside 0 0 203.193.129.129.1.

regards,
mani.S

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Can't access outside network


Usually, the problem can be one of 2 or both. 1, do you have a firewall? If so, you're blocking your incoming signal. That brings up the second question....
2. Have you assigned a different port (other than 80) and opened it on your router?
Those two things should normally get you on the road. Good luck.

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