I CANT SET A PASSWOR FOR MY ACCES POINT AND OTHER PEOPLE ARE USING MY INTERNET SIGNAL. I TRIED TO SET UP WITH THE CD THAT CAME WITH THE AP BUT DIDNT WORK. WHEN I CHENGE THE CONFURATION TO WEP THE INTERNET DOESNT WORK ANYMORE. PLEASE HELP THNKS
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You must setup manually your acces point. First go to control panel, under network and internet you'll find a task, view network status and tasks click on it and in next page go to change adapter settings, find local area connection and right click on it and go to properties, in next window highlight internet protocol tcp/ip then click on properties in next window click on use the folowing ip adress and write in ip adress box an ip from 192.168.1.2 to 192.168.1.253 at your choice in subnet mask box just leave 255.255.255.0 (this apear when you click in these box). Now connect your acces point to the computer via network cable. Then open your internet browser and type in adress box http://192.168.1.254 and hit enter, a pop up will apear and ask for user name and password, write admin in both boxes user and password and hit enter, after that you will be able to manually configure your acces point and setup a name and password for your wireless network, change your user and password for acces your device. Good luck!
Hi, that is happening because your 3 APs have the same fixed IP address. you have to change the ip address on 2 APs, right now it seems to be that your 3 APs have the same fixed IP address, for example in my warehouse, for AP #1 is 10.20.40.30, for AP #2 is 10.20.40.31 and for AP# is 10.20.40.32 hope it helps!!
I think I was having a similar problem with my DAP-1522 ... FW Version 1.10 being used as an access point. I recently discovered that I was not able to connect to the configuration pages using a web browser by typing in it's IP address (192.168.0.50). When I originally set this up device up on my network, it worked just fine, but at some point in time, it stopped working. My solution to this problem was to set the switch on the back of the 1522 from Auto to AP, then re-boot the DAP-1522 by removing power, waiting 10 seconds, then plugging power back in. Once the AP re-booted, I was then able to access the configuration login page by typing 192.168.0.50 into my browser. My DAP-1522 access point is connected via port 1 to my D-link router, a DGL-4100, via a DGS-2208, 8 port gigabit switch. Hope this helps!
go for the default ip address like 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.2.1 or 192.168.0.1 this default ip address you just try to go the router or access point page and then just configure it through the user manual in the CD try it.
clear your browser cache, close, relaunch your browser and try again You probably cant access it because you are not authorized. If its locked on your rooftop then your ISP should configure your access and that you're not authorized.
I had a similar problem and solved it this way:
Go to Start > All Programs > (the name of your USB adapter). In that folder there should be a "manager" or some type of program. Run it. One of the settings should read "AP mode" or "Station mode". When I switched from AP to Station, suddenly a list of available networks popped up. And my problem was solved.
Hopefully that will work for you too.
First, try changing the channel your access point (AP) is using. Maybe there is some interference with another AP or with an electronic appliance such as a wireless phone. Try all available channel. While changing your channel number, make sure that the wi-fi power of your access point is set to the maximum available (100%).
Second, make sure that there is as less metal as possible around the AP, for example if the AP is sitting in a metal book case or on a metal shelf.
Third, some appartment buildings, expecially old ones, have very thick walls made of concrete or brick. This is a nightmare for wi-fi. Try bringing the AP to a more central point in your appartment, if possible (I know this may be complicated).
Intermittent disconnection issues on a radio/wireless network will generally be caused by interferance (speakers, power board fully loaded, High wattage Lamp (flourescent bulbs usually) all parked too close to the wireless router, access point or network card. or possibly due to interuption of the active signal possibly because the distance of the router and network card/access point is just on the edge of the best signal limit and disruption occurs when someone or something gets up and moves itself inbetween the two service points)I resolved my disconnection issues by purchasing a wireless Kite for the access point and router, which will intensify the radio signal and bring the access points within closer range of each other, friends of mine have resolved intermittent signal issues by making a thin tube of rolled tinfoil about 30cm long slipped over each aerial affected by the intermittent signal disconnection.
Also verify the "line of sight and non line of sight" signal distance limits for your radio equipment as the signal distance will decrease depending on the age of your wireless equipment, most equipment is in the 30Ft non line of sight- 100Ft line of sight arena out of the box but you can expect to half this figure after 3 - 5 years of continued use.
Basically three options Interferance, Interupption or age only distance testing will verify this accurately IE: bring the router and access point withing 1Ft of each other and start walking away still holding the access point, whilst a user monitors the radio network condition.