Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
Logging in and management of the router settings using the PC ethernet connx'n is very slow. The same tasks using a laptop through the wireless ports is virtually instantaneous.
I've tried swapping the port and a different cat5 cable to no effect.
I haven't yet checked or updated the firmware as this carries some risk.
Can you please speculate what may be causing the really slow response(over 1 minute to fully load a router management page) that is evident when using an ethernet port, but not when using wireless?
You should have tried the followings to eliminate some possibilities:
* Hard reset your router by using a niddle or something to press the botton on the back or underneath of your router.
* Use another laptop or desktop to access the management interface, see if it's getting better, or back to normal
* If you familiar with the Terminal funciton in windows system, you can revive your router even you got it bricked by upgrade the firmware.
Posted on Dec 24, 2007
Tips for a great answer:
Please follow the below instructions to protect your device:
When wireless clients survey the local area for
wireless networks to associate with, they will detect the SSID
broadcast by the Router if the Broadcast is enabled. Do not broadcast
the Router SSID. It must be Disabled.
Note that your SSID should be set following similar rules for setting a
password, e.g. at least 8 characters, a combination of letters, numbers
and non consecutive characters.
Disabling the SSID broadcast is not a strong security setting, but it
can help prevent intruders from sharing your WLAN. Remember to save your settings.
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if your modem has an ethernet connection the drivers should be on the disk provided by the internet provider
control panel admistrive tools,computer management,device manager scroll down network adapters +expand Ethernet driver right click update driver,disable,uninstall or select properties general you can trobleshoot or driver to update,rollback or uninstall
hope this helps
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