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I bought this di 504 d link wired router, i did everything what it says but can't get it started

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  • tahir2006 Feb 01, 2008





    i can get connected directly to net but when i try via router, it doesn't get connected.the router seems ok, but i just don't know y it doesn't connect to internet.

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  • azkhuu Mar 11, 2008

    hi. i bought di-504 wired router. i was sucsessfull fonfigured it. i can ping other people. but they are cant ping me. please . help me. or give me english manual for this router

  • rsmithlal May 11, 2010

    what do you mean by "can't get it started" please be more specific. do you mean that you cant get it to turn on? cant get the internet to start working? cant connect your computer to the router?....

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Hi!

Installing the router is complicated but it's easy as long as you did the steps correctly and know the exact internet protocol your adimistrator or ISP has assigned or configure.

Hope this made easy steps will work; I pressumed you can enter the routers configuration menu. Knowing the internet protocol your existing network or ISP been setup it maybe Dynamic; Static; or Optional settings (required by some ISPs).

Considering STATIC; You have to enter the IP Address (ie. 203.213.123.120) assigned by your ISP for internet connection; Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.252, Default Gateway: 203,213,123,110; STATIC DNS1: 202.140.110.50 and STATIC DNS2: 202.138.123.140.

Note: Your internet connection maybe set as Dynamic please ask your ISP to confirm and you may select DYNAMIC at Internet Connection Type.

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You will need to create a internet network connection on the router to connect to the internet. the connection will be specified by your internet service provider. Example ADSL / DSL uses a PPPOE connection. once you get this done on the router it will connect to the internet. Just following the instructions that came with the router on how to do this.. BPCS.

Posted on Feb 01, 2008

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Have you tried entering your username and password for your isp provider? You have to enter the config page of your router and enter this information there.

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