After I installed my 615 router, had a problem wirt not getting the internet through the laptop or the wireless connection message stated 'no IP address found'. Tried various IP changes and finally got it working. weeks later, we could not get internet. called my internet provider. everything working. hardware test showes all is ok with the PC. Tried to reconfigure address but could not resove the IP address conflect problem. problem. removed the router, access restored.
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check your ip address and see if your getting both IP and DNS address.
check your router and see if it has a WAN address by going to 192.168.0.1
if not power cycle the cable or dsl modem and then your router and try again.
I think you have an IP conflict on your laptops.
goto control panel and open the network section and put a fixed IP address for both the laptops, lats say:
LapTop1: IP: 192.168.0.10
LapTop2: IP: 192.168.0.20
And put a DNS number in the same section where you put the IP numbers.
The DNS number is the IP number of your router.
your router IP address must be in the same region as your laptops.
Lats say Router IP: 192.168.0.1 than your DNS address on your laptops are 192.168.0.1.
Check in the router of some security restriction like how many users can be connected through WiFi connection, check for firewall enabled or disabled, if enabled try disable it and try to connect now.
I hope this solution will help to solve your problem.
If you are using static IP address on your computers then please switch over to dynamic IP. Also, please turn off all the devices on your network and then first turn on the modem and then dLink router and then your computers. This should resolve the issue.
Feel free to reply if the issue persists.
Check for the IP settings, ensure that they are in sync with the settings of your router. For example, setup your computer to use automatically provided IP if your router assigns one; otherwise else push a manual/static IP.
If you have trouble connecting to your modem, you may need to lock the
speed down on the WAN port of your router to 10Mbps. Within the
web-based configuration utility for the router, go to Tools > Misc
and the option to select the WAN speed will be towards the bottom. Not
all routers have this option.
Follow the steps configuring the router once again...
Step 1 Log into the web-based configuration by typing in
the IP address of the router (default:192.168.0.1) in your web browser.
The username is admin (all lowercase) and the password is blank
Note:The address 192.168.0.1 is NOT on the Internet. The web-based configuration is built-in to the router.
Step 2 Click the Setup tab and then click the Internet button.
Dynamic IP Address is the default value, however, if Dynamic IP Address
is not selected as the WAN type, select Dynamic IP Address from the
drop down menu. Click Clone Mac Address. Click on Save Settings to save
Step 4 Click on Status. Under WAN, Click DHCP Renew. If it does not get an IP address or times out, then continue with the next step.
Step 5 Power cycle the cable modem and router using the following steps:
Turn the cable modem off (first)
Turn the router off
Leave them off for 2 minutes**
Turn the cable modem on (first)
Wait until you get a solid cable light on the cable modem
Turn the router on
Wait 30 seconds ..
Step 6 Follow Step 1 again to log back into the
web configuration. Click the Status tab and click the Device Info
button. If you do not already have a public IP address under the WAN
heading, click on the DHCP Renew button.
i've never worked with a 7740, but i've installed hundreds of hn7000's and hn9000's. the issue is usually that the router and modem are defaulting to the same ip address. if your router supports has a web-based config utility (as most do) try cat-5'ing to the router with your computer while the router is NOT connected to the modem. log into the router and set it's ip address to something OTHER THAN 192.168.0.1 (i use 192.168.1.1 for my customers) reboot the router and reconnect it to the modem. the ip conflict should now be resolved.
Your computer has an IP addy and your router has its own IP addy. Try uninstalling the router and its software, reboot, and reinstall everything, this may clear up the conflict. If not you will have to go into the router(via the internet) and reconfigure the router.