Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
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Posted on Aug 14, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Hi, I have not tried it myself with DLink but with LinkSys, yes it will work. It may take a little configuration tinkering but should work. However a few notes: 1. You should only have 1 DHCP server (both have this feature); 2. You can not have 2 identical IP address; 3. I suggest you make the 524 as the gateway and the 704 as a slave; 4. In effect you will connect 1 of the LAN port of the 524 to the WAN input of the 704; 5. You have to copy the WAN settings of the 704 to the WAN settings of the 524; 6. Or if you want to retain the 704 as the gateway, disable the identical features in the 524. I suggest you treat the 524 as a client of the 704. Hope this gives you some idea and work out for you as it did with my LinkSys. Goodluck and kind regards.
Posted on Aug 17, 2007
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Posted on May 21, 2008
Make sure you can go online directly to the airtel broadband. If internet works fine, connect the D-Link router to the Beetle. That should be going to the Internet port or WAN port of the D-link. Then your PC to port 1. Try to power cycle both devices now. Unplug the power to the router first then to the modem. Wait for 30 seconds. Power on modem first, wait for the lights to go solid, then power on the router. Check if the internet works fine hardwired. If it is, wireless should work as well. Just connect to the signal coming from the D-link.
Posted on Nov 01, 2008
It may not be your router, it could be your computer.
Computers keep track of sites they have been to so that they don't have to do a dns request every time - makes things a little fast. Sometimes the cache can become corrupt or the IP address changes.
Hold down the Windows Key on you keyboard and press the letter R at the same time, a window will open, type in CMD and then click OK. A black window will open, please type:
Now press the Enter key
Try going to your site now.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
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