Question about D-Link DI-604 - 4-Port Broadband Router [ DI-604 ] (109524)

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DI-604 url 192.168.0.1 will not take me to the setup for the rout

I plugged in this router and have my kids computer and xbox 360 hooked up. Everything was working for a few weeks.. now only 1 will work at a time. you have to restart the entire system before you can switch. I tried to load the setup on the DI-604 but the url address given 192.168.0.1 will not come up. the xbox live is saying something about changing the router.

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Sounds like they both are getting the same IP address. Remove the x-box and see if you can log into the router. You may have to power cycle it. Once on, log into the router and make sure that DHCP is configured. Then attach the x-box and it should get a seperate IP address

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The DI-604 router gives problems alongside IW.net apparently both for PC and XBOX360. I've not found a solution to the problem yet so far, but if you want to access your 192.168.0.1 router page you'll have to "hard" reset your router. Do this by using a sharp small pin or needle and pressing the small button on your router next to the router sockets.

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    Can't seem to edit my post sorry, but I was meant to add that you need to hold that button for 10 seconds if you do the manual reset.

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Your physical connection is incorrect if only 1 works at a time. Double check your physical connection. From the modem, the network cable should be going to the router's internet port. Then your PC to port 1 on the router as well. Now do a power cycle. Unplug the power to the router and the modem. Wait for 1 minute. Power on the modem first, wait for the lights to go solid, then power on the router. Check your connection again.

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Where do i hook up my x box 2 the computer


It's quite simple actually. All you need to do, is buy one eithernet cable and have a router. (continued below)
Step 1. If it's an Xbox 360 it would've come with one ethernet cord. If it's an original Xbox, then you'll need to buy 2 instead of the intended 1.


Step 2. Make sure the ethernet cable from your modem is in the back plugged into the router, also make sure that another cable is plugged into the back of your computer and also to the back of your router (thats what one of the cables is for).


Step 3. Now take the second cable (the one that you bought) or the cable came with the xbox system and plug that into the back of your system into the ethernet slot.


Step 4. Plug the cable you just plugged into your system into a third open slot on the back of the router and Voila! you are ready to "Pwn The Noobs" on a 'lil XBL. Mind you that Xbox Live does cost money ($50 or so a year). Now you can play with friends, transfer pictures or movies or music, depending on if its an original or xbox 360!...I hope this helps
~Mr. Lonely~


p.s. - You will need to do a few more things: go to system setup on the xbox dashboard (all the way to the right on the screen where your profiles are kept) then go to computer setup. Then you will get a code to enter at www.xbox.com/pcsetup



The above will only hook up the Xbox 360 console to the INTERNET by routing the internet to it, a router just splits the internet and assigns internal IP addresses in order to allow internet use by both the computer and the Xbox console. If you meant how to hook up the console to "Browse" its hard-drive/DVD drive/etc., it is not quite as easy. You should look up "Xbox 360 hotswapping" in google or something and that will show you how to view the hard drive contents.

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