Question about D-Link DFE 916 (DFE-916) Networking Hub
Regarding the hub's default access it should be 192.168.0.1 right? but i can't get access to it ..and how do i ban the Local IP from going online. One of my house mate hardcore downloading, it lags me and my other house mate's line, we couldn't have a proper surfing i wish any one here can teach me the solution on how to ban him from using too high bandwidth. The Hub's model is D-Link DFE 916. Please and Thank You
The D-Link DFE-916 hub is unmanaged, there is no web management console. You will need setup your broadband modem setup as DHCP to assign your workstations IP address, (or you could go static IP, but DHCP is suitable for most situations)
Topology should be like this:
here the link the manual,
concerning the bandwidth pirate, you will need the offending computers mac address, (Media access Control)
to do this:
type in: ipconfig /all
the line that reads: "Physical Address" is the MAC address
the format will read like this: xx-xx-xx-xx-xx
Now check your broadband modem or you routers management console for a MAC filter, this is where you can allow or ban a device or computer from the network.
Posted on Oct 20, 2008
Please limit the bandwidth to minimum and privacy to high so that it blocks all the cookies and check mark on block all popups thats all..
Posted on Jan 05, 2008
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