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Remove 13 screws from the perimeter of the back side of the DWL-2700AP and pull the covers apart. On the inside along the bottom adjacent from where the network cable plugs in, you will find a reset button. It is next to the white plug that leads to the antenna. You will need a flat screwdriver or something thin and sturdy to wedge between the casing and the reset button. While the AP has power, press the button and hold it in for a few seconds then release. Give it a few minutes and the factory defaults should be restored. Default IP: 192.168.0.50, Default subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

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SOURCE: DWL-2700AP reset default settings

Remove 13 screws from the perimeter of the back side of the DWL-2700AP and pull the covers apart. On the inside along the bottom adjacent from where the network cable plugs in, you will find a reset button. It is next to the white plug that leads to the antenna. You will need a flat screwdriver or something thin and sturdy to wedge between the casing and the reset button. While the AP has power, press the button and hold it in for a few seconds then release. Give it a few minutes and the factory defaults should be restored. Default IP: 192.168.0.50, Default subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

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thanks for all the supprot...i tried your sugestion and did the same...i could now borwse internet but i cannot access the D-Link configuration website using 192.168.0.50...nothing is coming

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Remove 13 screws from the perimeter of the back side of the DWL-2700AP and pull the covers apart. On the inside along the bottom adjacent from where the network cable plugs in, you will find a reset button. It is next to the white plug that leads to the antenna. You will need a flat screwdriver or something thin and sturdy to wedge between the casing and the reset button. While the AP has power, press the button and hold it in for a few seconds then release. Give it a few minutes and the factory defaults should be restored. Default IP: 192.168.0.50, Default subnet mask: 255.255.255.0

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Hi dear try to flow this tips it will help you
Administrator Settings
Administrator settings allow you to customize User Name and Passwords as an Administrator of DWL-2700AP. The default value of the Username is "admin" with no password entered.
Password
Enter a password in the Access Point Password field. Type the password again in the next field to confirm it. The Password is case-sensitive ("A" is a different character than "a",) and must be between 0 and 12 characters in length

System Settings
You may reset the DWL-2700AP back to factory settings by clicking on Restore Default settings.
Restore Default Settings
Choose Yes and click Apply to restore all Access Point settings to the factory default settings.

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Restore it to default, with these things, if it wont work on automatic, then something is worng.

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