Re: D-Link router wont let me go onto the net with the...
At the bottom right hand corner of your screen, you have a wireless connection icon. right click and view available wireless network...if you see your network there. connect to that network, if secured, then call d-link to verfiy what is your network key. if it is unsecure then you can log on right away.
if that wont allow you to connect then upgrade firmware of router.
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Make sure your modem is plugged in correctly in the right port.
If everything is plugged in correctly, then
1- plug your router to the ethernet port of your Pc 2- go to 192.168.0.1 3- log in 4- click on wireless settings (located on the left sidebar) 5- click the little checkbox that says "Enable Wireless" 6- Save the settings and log out
Log in to your NETGEAR router by browsing to http://www.routerlogin.net or http://www.routerlogin.com. Enter the username (admin)and password by default the password is 1234 unless it has already been changed from the left-hand navigation menu of the router manager,select wireles set up>wireless settings from the center screen,select your encrytion type from under the Security Options heading if the wireless network passphrase is visible,review it and use it to log on devices onto your network. If it is not visible you can change your wireless passphrase but changing your passphrase will cause you to lose your wireless connection Connect your computer to the router using an Ethernet Cable before entering a new passphrase into the text box and clicking apply.
For this, you have two types of connection
1. LAN_LAN (ethernet to ethernet) -->wireless router is acting as a switch
2. LAN_WAN (ethernet to internet)-->wireless router is acting as a wireless router
in this case, you need the LAN_LAN connection
plug an ethernet cable from the ethernet port on the wired router and connect the other end of that cabl to the ethernet port on the wireless router
log-on to the setup page of the wireless router, do this while the wired router is turned off.
-open your internet browser, type 192.168.0.1 on the address bar. Then type the username & password for the router ( default admin as the username, password : ).
Under the setup tab, click manual configuration. Then click network settings, change the router ip address to 192.168.0.5 & disable the DHCP server. save the settings. Just personalize the wireless network.
You need to log into the wireless router either by a computer that successfully connects wirelessly or by physically connecting with an ethernet cable. Once connected, log into the router by open a web browser (Internet Explorer, MozillaFirefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari), and typing the router's address (usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) into the Address (or URL) line. The default usernameand password is usually "admin" & "admin" or "admin" & "password". Once successfully logged in, look for a tab or link that says "Wireless" or "Security". You'll be able to change whether security is enabled or disabled, and the password associated with it. Your security options are WEP or WPA (or WPA-PSK). WPA-PSK is the most secure, but WEP is also an acceptable choice. Select the security option of your choice and either enter text into the passphrase generator or choose your own password and type it into one of the security key text fields. If you use a password that is not a plain english combination of letters and numbers, be sure to write it down so that you can enter it as needed on other wireless devices that need to access your router (ie-pda phones, game consoles, laptops, desktops, etc). Be sure to save changes so that the security settings and password is saved. Let me know how you make out.
Turn off your computer and disconnect the Ethernet cable running from
the back of the computer. Plug the cable into the port marked
"Internet" on the back of the router. Plug the blue cable included with
the router into one of the four LAN ports on the back of the router and
plug the other end into your computer Ethernet port. Turn the modem on
and wait two minutes. Plug in the router and wait one minute. Then turn
on your computer. After two minutes the router should have four status
lights glowing on the front panel: power, Internet, wireless and LAN.
Open your Internet browser on the computer. The router will
automatically display the Smart Wizard configuration page. Click "OK."
On the next page, enter the region where you are located and your wireless network
name (SSID). The default is "NETGEAR," but you should change it to a
different name you can easily remember. The name is case-sensitive.
Click "Next." Then click "Done."
Configure Computer for Wireless Access
Go to "Start" and click on "Control Panel." Open "Network Connections"
and right-click on "Wireless Network Connection." Select "Properties."
Then select the "Wireless Networks"
tab. Check the box to use Windows for network configuration, then click
"Add..." Enter the same SSID name that you entered when you set up the
router. Select "Disabled" for data encryption as that is the router
default setting. Click "OK." Now try to connect to an Internet website
to verify connectivity.
To log on to your router, go to Routerlogin.net. Enter "admin" for the
user name and "password" for the password. On the router home page, go
to "Set Password" and change the router password. Then choose a
security protocol to use that is compatible with your computer's
wireless adapter. WPA-PSK is the best choice if your wireless adapter
power down cable modem, router, and computer. Connect ethernet cable from modem to router/ and connect ethernet cable from router to PC. Power up cable modem first, after modem shows connectivity, plug in router. After router shows internet connectivity, start computer. Be sure that you LAN card operable