Question about D-Link Computers & Internet
Router losses connection when computer wired through router. If I reset router it will connect sometimes. Run routor install and diagnostic program say's no connection. bypass router hook up to modem connection OK. replaced cable running win 7 home edition Please HELP Garry
It seems to be the problem wit the connections...
From modem to routers internet or wan port ------ and from lan port no 1,2 ,3 or 4 to computer. configure the router.
your computer will start working properly
Posted on Dec 01, 2014
Try to upgrade the routers firmware.
Posted on Jul 19, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
hi. with regards to your concern. there is a possibility that the wireless network adapter driver is corrupted.. try uninstalling the driver for your wireless adapter and reinstall again. once setup is done, view the available wireless connection and connect.. it will ask u the password if there is..then it will connect. if this solution dont work.. try to check your wireless settings, maybe there is a problem on the settings..
Posted on Aug 08, 2009
Even though we need more info to resolve the issue, I will make a guess here. My guess is that your D-Link is not configured right, (ie. not pulling the proper info from your ISP's DHCP server.
Try restarting the router and restart or repair your network connection on your pc. Secondly, try to do a "hard reset" on the router, or restore to default. Then reset your connection on the PC. Third, manually set the info on the router.
If you are wireless, you have a whole different issue.
Posted on Aug 14, 2009
Hi, Here is your solution.
Please ensure the proper physical connection from modem to router and to the computer as mentioned on the box and make your all lights are on modem.After that turn on the router,if your have a cable modem, you can very well go for a hard reset,that it is at the back of your router you would see a reset button which is a button inside a hole. Please hold the button for 20 secs with power on router and 20 seconds without power continuously for 3mins (remember to hold the reset button through out 3 mins while plugin and plugout the power cord of the router and use pin or pen to hold the button). After this check out the lights on your router, lan light, internet ,power and modem should be solid.Else you can call the customer service number on the product box, they will assit you very well,ITS A TOLL FREE NUMBER.
Posted on Sep 23, 2009
Is your wireless network secured ?
If you are trying to connect to the secured wireless network, make sure that the network that you are typing is correct.
If you are not sure about the network key
then check the network key on the router.
You said that MAC is able to connect to the neighbor's wireless network.
Make sure that the Wireless MAC filter on your router is disabled.
Click here to know more about network key
Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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