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Re: cannot connect dlink 1150 access point to my HP 550...
Go for the default ip address like 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.0.1 this default ip address you just try to go the router or access point page and then just configure it through the user manual in the CD try it.
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You don't need to connect via ethernet. In your laptop set the IP address to 192.168.0.2. subnet 255.255.255.0
This will probably temporarily disconnect you from your internet but you can reset the IP address back later. It might be a good idea to write your current settings down for later.
Open your browser and enter dlinkap or 192.168.0.50
You will connect to the Dlink AP
follow the directions in the user guide found at the link below. http://global.dlink.com.sg/site_support/DAP-1360/Manual/DAP-1360_Manual_v1.00.pdf
Hi, that is happening because your 3 APs have the same fixed IP address. you have to change the ip address on 2 APs, right now it seems to be that your 3 APs have the same fixed IP address, for example in my warehouse, for AP #1 is 10.20.40.30, for AP #2 is 10.20.40.31 and for AP# is 10.20.40.32 hope it helps!!
I think I was having a similar problem with my DAP-1522 ... FW Version 1.10 being used as an access point. I recently discovered that I was not able to connect to the configuration pages using a web browser by typing in it's IP address (192.168.0.50). When I originally set this up device up on my network, it worked just fine, but at some point in time, it stopped working. My solution to this problem was to set the switch on the back of the 1522 from Auto to AP, then re-boot the DAP-1522 by removing power, waiting 10 seconds, then plugging power back in. Once the AP re-booted, I was then able to access the configuration login page by typing 192.168.0.50 into my browser. My DAP-1522 access point is connected via port 1 to my D-link router, a DGL-4100, via a DGS-2208, 8 port gigabit switch. Hope this helps!
There are a number of factors that can cause the signal of your access
point to deteriorate and the performance of your network to fall under
par. Practically any appliance that operates on the same frequency
level (2.4 GHz) as 802.11b or 802.11g can cause interference with your
wireless network. Be sure to keep cordless phones, microwaves and other
electrical equipment at least 1m away from the access point.
Try changing channels on the access point and test it out on one of the
clients. To change the radio channel on the access point login to the
configuration (usually a web based interface) and go to the Wireless
Settings (will vary depending on vendor) section, select a different
channel and save settings. On the client, go to Device Manager, right
click your wireless network adapter and go to Properties. In the
advanced tab select the Channel Property and change the Value to the
same number as the one you chose on the Access Point. Disable and then
re-enable the wireless connection. Also you can try by select the speed manually 802.11b or 11Mbps on your laptop wireless properties.
I have had similar problems with DWL-2100 and (much less often) with DWL-3200. I have no solution, but a workaround: changing the authentication mode. For example, if the units are using WPA-Personal, I change it (on both) to WPA2-Personal or WPA-Auto-Personal. It doesn't seem to matter which mode is used, it's just the fact of changing it that helps (eventually). You may have to go through the process more than once. Also, realize that although the web interface comes up 30 seconds or so after a reboot, it may take another 30-60 seconds before a link is established, so don't give up too soon while trying these changes.
You must be in the same subnet as your device in order to configure it. If you are in the 192.168.1.0 subnet, change your IP address on your computer to the 192.168.0.0 subnet. Assign yourself a static in that subnet with the last octet between 1 and 254, but not 50. I use 192.168.0.250, but any unused IP address in that subnet will do. Once you are in the same subnet, you should be able to reach your AP. If you still can't get to the http interface, then go to plan B: Your access point came with a CD: D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G AP Manager that provides an alternate client interface. You can setup security and change the password, and SSID using the client interface software if your http connection does not do it for you. Once you change your IP to the 192.168.1.0 subnet (which I assume you intend as it sounds like that is your LAN subnet), give the AP the gateway address of your router's IP address, and change your IP address back to whatever it was on your computer.
If your AP password erros, you can't enter the setup page of your AP in you browser. Do hard reset. Press little button behind your AP about 30 seconds. Will reset your AP to factory default, IP 192.168.0.50 subnet 255.255.255.0 user name: admin password: leave it blank.