After I installed my d-link router with the cd I went on the internet to go to some websites and none worked. every webpage I try to load a telus website pops up and it asks for a username and a password. I try my telus email username and password and it won't work. Then I try my routers username and it wont work. and then I tried my SSID And security password an it dosent work.
The webpage that pops up is
Well you see, the way that the telus internet connection works is by using something called a MAC address for access to the internet. That page that you are getting is the login page for your internet configuration, you need to login to that page with your telus ID it should start with something like A5A and password. Then click on "Manual Registration and Administration of PC's and Devices" if both fields are filled in delete one of them. On the bottom of your router there is a sticker with your serial number, right below that it should say "MAC ID:" enter what follow that into the field on the telus site. and you should not have any more problems after that.
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Try setting the D-Link back to factory specs. There is a small hole near the power cord that you can stick a straightened paper clip in to depress a micro switch and hold for about ten seconds with the power on. This will cause the router to forget its setting and revert to factory default, where the router will work with a default name that you can se but will not have a password. you must access your router later and install another password (Net Work Key) in order for the general public not to camp on your net work. See http://support.dlink.com/emulators/di524_revc/h_wizard.html
The most probable cause of this is an Access Restriction policy preventing you from going to those web sites. If this policy is set on your router, then you must go into your router's configuration settings (the webpage you used to set it up). Once you get to the page, look for an Internet/Access Restriction Policy area. Make sure that there is none enabled. If you use a proxy, then that also it may be the reason you cannot access some website. In this case, you may need to change or contact your proxy.
Here is a link to Linksys's section (with downloads) on that particular router. http://www.linksysbycisco.com/US/en/support/WRT54G/
If you are just trying to modify the settings of the router, you do not need software to do that other than a web browser. Start your internet browser of choice and type in the URL box 192.168.100.1 which should bring up your modem's settings.
You really don't need the cd to install the router - if you connect the
router to your PC with an ethernet RJ45 cable, this should give you
access to your LAN & the internet. You can then access your router to set up your wireless connectivity.
To access your router open your web browser & in the address bar, type 192.168.2.1 - you might be asked for a username & password - for username: admin password: leave blank or if this does not work type : admin for password
it sounds like you have a timer set on your router. you need to go to your routers configuration webpage by typing in the IP address in the web browser. Once you get to the router's webpage you need to go to access restrictions or something similiar to that. then you need to change the timer to your desired time you want internet then push save changes and that should hopefully fix it.
Inability to access certain websites is due to three main factors.
Security on the web browser is set too high
MTU not set on the router properly
Lowering Down the Security Settings on Internet Explorer
Step 1: Double-click Internet Explorer and click Tools. Step 2: Select Internet Options, click Security then CustomLevel. A window similar to Step 3 will appear. Step 3: Select Medium-low under the Resetto drop-down menu.
If this did not work, you may try to:
-- enable the MTU on the router.
-- forward port 443 on the router