Question about D-Link / RangeBooster N 650 / DIR-635 / 300Mbps / 802.11n / 4-Port / Cable/DSL Wireless Router (DIR635)
we just bought us a dir-635
connected and wired works perfect,
but the wireless doesnt. when we setup the wireless trough the wizard, it seems fine, but when i save the settings, and go to the status page, it gives us this error message: wireless radio: init failed
we see no mac adress on the status page either, SSID isnt shown there either, tbh. the only thing filled in in the wireless section is the error message, and the WISH: is active ...
no idea what could be wrong, i dont know wish maybe the problem is there.... if anyone got an idea, please help us out,
Turn off all power supplies to the router. turn off internet Source. Leave everything for about 10 seconds. Turn all equipment back on including the router and it should sort it. You are reseting the router and loosing its memory basically.
hope this helps you
Posted on Feb 15, 2008
I had the same problem as everybody here, and have found a solution. Type 192.168.0.1, or 192.168.1.1 into the URL field in your web browser. This will take you to the router setting web interface. Go to the Setup section > Wireless Settings > Manual Wireless Network Setup. Change the security settings to WPA for example, or leave it with no security if desired (dumb). Then right your password down and enter into the space provided. Save the settings. You may get a warning about changing the security settings of your router, ignore them and save anyway. If needed click save settings again. The lights on your router should blink on and off as it resets.......and voila the radio signal has been restored!
Posted on Aug 01, 2010
I've samo router but i couldn't make wireless connection ,
really need some help cause i bought this stuff 3 months ago and i cant use it
this realy piesses me of
Posted on Nov 07, 2008
Turning-off all power supplies to the touter did work for me. Thank's a lot.
Posted on Jul 20, 2008
I have the same problem, gonna reset the router (button at the back of the router), hope that works...
Posted on Sep 17, 2009
Sounds like a problem with the router internals. I would suggest you call D-Link for support, as this may be something that will require hardware replacement. They may also have a flash bundle that could resolve this... and since this is new, use them to get it replaced if necessary. If they can't help, let us know and we'll see what we can do to get you running.
Posted on Nov 09, 2007
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