Question about D-Link (DI-784) Wireless Router
Try 'repairing' the connection. On Windows XP its the little computer icon with waves coming out of it - likely in the lower right system tray. Right-click on it and select 'repair'.
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
Go to start menu then type in run "ping yahoo.com -t"
If you get reply then your ip addreses is ok.
then you need to restart your dns service of computer.
For that go to start menu then type in run "services.msc"
then you see in right side "DNS CLIENT"
right click on it and stop then restart it again same way.
then restart computer then check.
If problem still arise then check ip sub net and gateway of other computer on which your working fine then set ip address again
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Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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By Ryan Bauer, eHow Contributor , last updated February 24, 2012
Wireless routers are used to connect computers into a network without running network cables throughout your home or office. Netgear wireless router settings must be changed using the router's Web-based interface. Any computer that is "hard wired" with a network cable to the router, rather than on a wireless connection, can be used to access the router. From the Settings menu, options such as "Encryption," "Network setup details" and "Passwords" can be customized.
On a computer that is connected to the router with a network cable, open any Web browser, such as Internet Explorer or Mozilla Firefox. In the address bar, type "192.168.0.1" (without the quotes) and press "Enter." This will bring up the login prompt for most Netgear wireless routers. If that doesn't work, try "www.routerlogin.net", "192.168.0.5", or "10.1.10.1" until the login window appears.
Type "admin" in the Username field, type "password" in the Password field and click "OK." If the password fails, try "1234," "Password" with a capital "P" or "admin". Once you enter the proper credentials, the settings screen will open.
Make any required changes to the settings. Under Security section, it is possible to specify a new username and password for added security. Once you have saved your changes, close the window, and the system will automatically log you out.
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