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Can't get to set up wizard and WAN lights are blinking!

Hi, I have redone the initial installation for the 514 (using instruction booklet from D624...don't ask me how...i think my daughter pulled a switcheroo on me...

And I can never get further than trying to get to the "set up wizard" but when i type in "admin" and enter, i get 401 unauthorized message.

also, WAN and WLAN lights are blinking, not solid. could that be my problem?

thanks for any help.

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Re: can't get to set up wizard and WAN lights are...

Go to the following link
Dlink Link

  1. Select United States (may be reversed with support)
  2. Select Support
  3. Select Product Information
  4. Select Here between the gray and blue bars for end of life products
  5. Under Broadband Under Routers select DI-514 (gray)
  6. Click on the appropriate revision based on the tag on the bottom of the router and the picture
  7. Product Manual appears on the left in the light gray bar (adobe reader is below the bar if needed to read the documents
  8. Quick Install Guides appear by OS
  9. How To's are at the bottom to help
This at least gets you the correct documentation for the device.
IF you need any additional help on top of this enter a comment to this message and I will respond when available.
Please provide the revision number you found above so I can get the correct documentation too.

Posted on Dec 15, 2007

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