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How to disable limited access


Could you please be more clear. If you have limited access appearing when connecting to WIFI it means the internet isn't working. Check your connection via Ethernet to see if the net is working. If it works try n restart the router and make sure its connected properly .

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Limited connectivity


Limited connectivity (this phrase occurs first inside the WIN 8 OS) means, that you have connection with your router already, but NOT to the internet. Pls. check, if you have access to internet from other computers or smartphone connected via the same router.
If so, sometimes a driver-update for your D-Link could be useful.
Check also, if other wireless adapters are working with the same frequency, this may disturb. Try to change the channel or change from 2,4 GHz to the 5 GHz Channels, if the router & your D-Link Adapter will support this.
I had the same problem with my WIN 8 - PC and I had to change the (wireless) radio-channel.

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Shows as connected but with limited access


Uninstall it..use other antivirus software.....

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I have windows 7 home prem and cannot connect says detects strong signal but limited access


Most likely, the access point is not connected to an internet gateway whatever that is at your place.
and since access points does not provide DHCP service by default (handing out IP information to connected clients), you get the limited access message.
In short, make sure the access point is connected to the router because the router is the once responsible for providing the DHCP service.

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I have set up this device as an AP and connected it to a adsl router, which also has another pc connected to it. I can connect my laptop to the AP and can even access the router, but am unable to browse...


Search in google about how to set up a DHCP server for your router and clone the modem's MAC address, most routers have this option, the thing is some ISPs limit the use of internet to only one machine, by cloning the modem's MAC address in your router you'll make the ISP believe there's only one machine connected to the Internet. By setting up a DHCP server in your router you'll use only one IP to connect all machines using a private network, that should solve your problems. Try both alternatives, and see which one works.
Please check the legal limitations of this procedure for your country or state and have a nice day! ;)

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Im receiving limited connection


Limited or no connectivity can be due to more then having a weak signal. And I assume you've sat your computer right next to your access point with no solution?

Try connecting your computer to your access point/modem with an ethernet cable and checking the configuration settings by going into an Internet browser and typing in the IP address of the access point, and then the credentials when/if prompted

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How do i set security on the router and limit the number of computers access to the router.. i think the neighbors are accessing the internet trough it.


Setup the router to use a password. Once you have the security setup on the router it will not be necessary to limit the number of connections though you could limit the number of DHCP addresses it assigns.

Please see page 51 of the users manual for instructions on setting up WEP.
http://cache-www.belkin.com/support/dl/p75555ea_f5d8633-4_man.pdf

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Ssh remote computer access


It is possible to limit outgoing connections, but generally a firewall is used to limit connections being initiated from the outside (incoming connection attempts). Check the settings in your router to ensure that it isn't limiting outgoing connection attempts, but it sounds more like a permissions issue on the server your are trying to connect to.

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