Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
Posted by Anonymous on
You have to tell your PC what the new password is.
In Windows: Open Network and Sharing Center by clicking the Start button, and then clicking Control Panel. In the search box, type network, and then click Network and Sharing Center.
Click Set up a new connection or network.
Click Manually connect to a wireless network, and then click Next.
On the Enter information for the wireless network you want to add page, under Security type, select WEP.
Complete the rest of the page, and then click Next.
Click Change connection settings.
Click the Security tab, and then, under Security type, click Shared.
Click OK, and then click Close.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You can try to power cycle your entire network (refresh).
This often happens when you have a large network.
Turn on and connect all devices in the EXACT order.
Posted on Aug 15, 2008
check the connections between the router and the modem either cable or dsl or whichever
and change the setting in the router interface so you know what the ssid is being broadcasted and the network key
Posted on Jul 20, 2009
Check your settings on your wireless setup and make sure the adapter on your computer is set to Security Type: Shared. That is the most over-looked stumbling block.
Posted on Nov 15, 2009
Is there any computer able to access the Internet ?
If this is the only computer then connect the computer to the router with the cable and see if it works.
If you are able to access the internet with the cable connected to the router and computer then then the wired part is working. Check the wireless settings of the router. Also make sure that there is no static IP address set up on the wireless network connection.
Posted on May 17, 2010
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Maybe you don't have your wireless turned on. Look on
both sides and in front for the Wireless Switch and turn it on.
Also once the wireless switch is turned on there are keystrokes that can toggle the wireless on or off. Normally you would Press and Hold the FN function key located at the lower left of the keyboard, then hit the correct F1 thru F12 key that toggles the wireless. The correct F1 thru F12 key to hit will have the wireless signal icon )))) on it. Or it might have the icon of a tower with the wireless signal icon )))). Normally the screen will display Wireless On or Wireless Off when you toggle the wireless.
If you put the wrong password in, it will never connect. it will keep trying to connect but never will.
That means you probably don't have the password or the
Authentication Type set correctly.
For Windows XP below:
Click Start/Control Panel/Network Connections then Right Click on the Wireless Network Connection and select Properties. When the Properties window open click the Wireless Networks tab. Click on the SSID for your wireless network that you connect to and the Properties window will open. You can change the Authentication Type to match the type set in your wireless router and you can also change your password or Network Key to make sure you have it in correctly.
For Windows Vista below:
Click Start/Control Panel/Network and Sharing Center then look to the left of the open window and click Manage Wireless Networks. Find the SSID of the network that you connect to and double click it. When the window opens click the Security tab to change the Security Type (which is the Authentication), The Encryption Type and the Network Security Key (which is the password).
For Windows 7 below:
Click Start/Control Panel/Network and Internet/Network and Sharing Center then look to the left and select Manage Wireless Networks. Find the SSID of the network that you connect to and double click it. When the window opens click the Security tab to change the Security Type (which is the Authentication), The Encryption Type and the Network Security Key (which is the password).
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