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IP Assignment.... I have a DLINK DE-853 Transceiver that I am trying to network an old plotter.... is there a way of assigning an IP address to this thing>>>>>>.

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No, a tranceiver cannot be assigned an IP address. It just converts the signal between two types of lines (fiber, copper, etc.). This is mainly used for connecting together networking equipments such as switches or routers.

Depending on the type of interface you plotter have, you may need a device called a Print Server. This device has an IP address and allows a conventional printer signal to travel through an IP network. If your plotter is designed to be connected using a LPT (Parallel) cable, like old printers, you may look for the D-Link DP-301P+ or DP-300U.

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I cant connect my dell laptop nor detect D-Link dlink Wireless N 150 Router through wifi but my mobile devices can and my desktops can also. please help me able to connect in the internet using wireless...


Try assigning your laptop a static IP. To do this in Windows:

  • Open Windows Start menu.
  • Open Control Panel.
  • Classic view: Open Network Connections
    Category view: Select Network and Internet Connections, and thenNetwork Connections.
  • Double-click on your active LAN or Internet connection.
  • Click Properties
  • In the General tab, highlight the Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) item, and clickProperties.
  • In the General tab, click Use the following IP address, and enter: - IP address. The static IP address you want to assign to this computer (try 192.168.1.110 to start). - Subnet mask. Subnet mask used by your router (try 255.255.255.0 to start). - Default gateway. IP address of your router's default gateway (try 192.168.1.1 to start).
  • In Use the following DNS server addresses, enter all the IP addressses for the DNS servers your router uses (or you can try your router's address, probably 192.168.1.1).
  • Click OK.

Source: http://www.hotcomm.com/faq/faq_staticipxp.asp
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What are the static ip for leased lines


You have not provided enough information to answer this definatively. However, one possible answer exists, if this relates to leased lines from a service provider or telephone company. Leased lines involve a physical connection and a network layer logical connection. At the physical layer, there are no assigned IP addresses, just devices that transform analog to digital signals (and vice versa).. The installation person should have checked signal conductivity as part of the service. The next layer up (TCP/IP), has IP addresses, either given to you on some paperwork, or via dynamic IP Address assignment request. If the service promises a static IP address, then your paperwork (for example, setup instructions) contains any access authentication (required); a group of 4 or 6 numbers, separated by periods; and at least a 2nd set of 4/6 numbers designated as your default route IP. Otherwise, you may have to turn on DHCP and let your external router port retrieve your assigned (static) IP address from the network device at the other end of your network connection. The returned IP address is your assigned static IP address. Just make sure it is not 10.x.x.x, or 127.0.x.x, or 192.168.x.x. Those address ranges are not routable in the larger Internet space.

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I have a dlink router of model DI-1750, i have to configure DHCP..can anyone help me regarding the configuration commands.


A DHCP Reservation is a permanent IP address assignment. It is a specific IP address within a DHCP scope that is permanently reserved for leased use to a specific DHCP client.
You can configure a DHCP reservation in your DHCP server when you need to reserve a permanent IP address assignment. You can use these reservations for DHCP-enabled devices like print and file servers or other application servers which always have the fixed IP address on a network.
To configure a DHCP reservation, follow the steps provided below:

Step 1:
Access the router's web-based setup page. For instructions, click here.
NOTE: To learn how to access the web-based setup page on a Mac computer, click here.
Step 2:
Click Setup > Basic Setup.

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Step 3:
Make sure that the DHCP Server option is Enabled. Click the DHCP Reservation button if you want to assign a fixed local IP address to a MAC address.

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Step 4:
When you click on DHCP Reservation, a new web browser window will pop-up. Click the Select checkbox to reserve a client's IP address. Click the Add Clients button afterwards.

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If you want to manually assign an IP address, enter the client's host name in the Enter Client Name field. You can do this as well in the IP Address and MAC address fields.
Step 6:
Click the Add button.

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Step 7:
A list of DHCP clients and their fixed local IP addresses will be displayed at the bottom of the screen. If you want to remove a client from this list, click the Remove button.

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On this window, you can do any of the following:
• Click the kb17362-006_en.png button to save your changes.
• Click the kb17362-007_en.png button to cancel your changes.
• To view the most up-to-date information, click the kb17362-008_en.png button.
• To exit this screen, click the kb17362-009_en.png button.

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I want to connect my SCX 4500w to a new network (wireless). when i try to use a web page to configure the printer settings it doesn't response... I check the IP and write in in my Internet Explorer,...


You could try having your Samsung SCX-4500 print out a network configuration sheet. It will have the printer's IP address, default gateway etc.:

1) Press the <Menu> button on your printer panel
2) Scroll using the (<) or (>) navigational arrows until "Network" is displayed
3) Press the <OK> button
4) Scroll using the (<) or (>) navigational arrows until "Network Info" is displayed
5) Press the <OK> button

Your printer should print out a network configuration sheet. The IP of the printer appears in the TCP/IP information on this configuration sheet.

Note: Your printer's IP assignment should be "Static" not "DHCP" (You may skip the following steps if your printer's IP assignment is already "Static")

To change your IP assignment from DHCP to Static:

1) Open up your Windows browser
2) Type in the printer's IP address in the address (location) bar of your browser:

Example: http://192.160.0.100 (use the real IP you found above from the network information sheet)

3) SyncThru should load - Click "Network Admin" or "Network Settings"
4) Click on the "TCP/IP" option on the left side
5) Change the IP address METHOD to "Static"
6) Click <Apply>, then <OK> or <Exit>

Now your printer is ready to be added to your network. You have the information you need from your network configuration sheet. Your install should now proceed smoothly.

I hope this information was helpful!



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Printer does not print, computer does not recognize that printer is on same wireless network


I'll need some more information for this one. What type (model and manufacturer) is the printer?

What operating system is on the computer?

What type of IP assignment are you using on the router and the printer? (DHCP v. static)

Generally, this problem occurs when the printer is programmed to use DHCP for IP address assignment. The problem with this is, it has a new address every time the thing restarts.

The computer on the other hand, always looks for the same IP address for the printer when it is time to print.

So, if you find out what your router is assigning for IP addresses (ex: 192.168.1.15) and subnet mask (same ex: 255.255.255.0) then you could ASSIGN a static IP address in the printer (say, 192.168.1.26 with a mask of same as above).

With that done, you can program your computer to see that particular address on the network. You won't have to change the IP address in the computer, because that doesn't matter; the printer is not looking for the computer, the computer is looking for the printer.

When you set up your printer, and you are going through the wizard, one screen will ask you if you are installing a local or network printer. Local (even though it's a network) should be chosen. The next screen should allow you to assign or search for IP addresses on the network.

Once you find that, you should be fine.

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Can not access Dlink DNS313


When you said you tried resetting, did you mean you clicked on the reset button inside the hardware or did you mean you just rebooted?

* If you clicked on the rest buttion, then you need to configure again from scratch. Not sure if your data will still be available though.

* If you just rebooted, then the problem may lie in your LAN configuration. Do the following:

1. Try to ping the device using a PC connected to the same network.
2. If you are using DHCP, your device may just have been assigned a different IP. Try to ping all devices in your network or use a network scanner (e.g. SoftPerfect) to find out the IP address given to it.
3. Once you get the IP address, assign a static IP address to your device that is beyond the DHCP scope. This will ensure that your IP does not change and you will not have a conflict with DHCP assigned IP's.

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For example if your gateway is 192.168.0.1  then a good ip address would be 192.168.0.XXX.  xxx=available ip address to use.
Your copier does have a DHCP setting that allows the router to assign on automatically for you if the copier is connected to one but you should assign that ip address manually after using DHCP because if the power goes out, it could assign a different one than the previous assignment making the IP port assignments to print with on your computer useless without creating a new port.

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Jan 18, 2008 | D-Link DE 853 (DE-853) Transceiver

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Wireless access point connecting to router...


The question is how do you want to cable the netgear and what do you want to do with it.

If you cable a lan port of the DLink to the Netgear WAN port you will have two subnets that must be addressed differently. Opening up and forwarding the ports for XBox could be difficult.

I believe cabling the Netgear as an access point makes more sense. CONFIGURE THE NETGEAR BEFORE CABLING. This is achieved by wiring a lan port on the DLINK to a lan port on the netgear and ignoring the wan port on the netgear. This will involve configuring several router items that should be completed before the devices are cabled together. You will need to remember the Netgear's new network address and probably use a static IP address from a computer to configure it back into being a router after these changes, if required. Or reset the configuration to factory default following the users guide.

First the Netgear needs DHCP turned off as it will be part of the DLink's network and not a separate subnet - the DLink will perform the DHCP services.

Second the LAN side of the Netgear will need a static IP address in the DLink's network. This is where it may get tricky for you. Verify the DLink has an IP Address like 192.168.0.1 and a subnet mask like 255.255.255.0. That means all IP Addresses in your network start 192.168.0.??? where ??? is unique for your network. Verify your DLink router has a set of addresses reserved in the DHCP setup for dynamic address assignment these addresses like 192.168.0.100 to 192.168.0.199. If the above is true or with the information you extract from you DLink router you need to determine where you can create static IP addresses -- in the above case 192.168.0.2 to 192.168.0.99 are available. You need to assign one of those like 192.168.0.2 to the LAN side of the NetGear Router. You will probably want to assign another to the XBox == like 192.168.0.20. You will probably need to deal with opening ports or placing the XBox into the DMZ of the DLINK router which will require a static IP Address.

Now cable the devices

When considering the XBox Configuration below the DLink is the router that must be configured to allow the open ports or DMZ access to the Xbox == the netgear is not functioning as a router in this configuration.


Check out the following links on XBox Configuration if required.

The second link may be the best to start with.

The generic connection and configuration document
http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/networking/setup/xbox.mspx

This is a good description of possible router2.gif options.
http://www.ianarchbold.com/xboxlive/index.html

If you need assistance setting this up in your environment leave a comment on this problem and I will respond.

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I cant open an ip address for an assigned webpage.


There are several private address ranges that may be affecting the operations you are attempting to perform see table

IP Address Ranges Reserved for Private Use
Class Networks A 10.0.0.0 through 10.255.255.255 B 172.16.0.0 through 172.31.0.0 C 192.168.0.0 through 192.168.255.0
All addresses in this range in your network are only directly addressable to machines within your network at most by default. The router to your ISP and the internet as a whole maps these addresses onto the IP address assigned statically or dynamically by your ISP to the WAN side of your router using an address translation (NAT) service. So where you are attempting to connect to this device from may be significant. You may need to review your setup guide to see if it references router configuration requirements to support access to the Web_xpander port from devices not attached to your internal network. If you have multiple internal networks (address ranges and not devices) this could also be an issue.

Secondly -- does the Setup software for the device tell you the IP address assuming it is dynamically assigned. Otherwise how would you know what the address is. Static assignment could resolve that issue however you must understand your network to assign your own address. Given a theoretical network where the router gateway is 192.169.0.1 and the network mask is 255.255.255.0 the valid network addresses are 192.168.1.0 - 192.168.1.255. A router or other device supporting DHCP address assignment reserves another range such as 192.168.0.100 for 50 leases (ending at 192.168.0.149) for dynamic assignment to requesting network adapters. Ignoring the 0 and 255 address this leaves open to the network administrator (you in your home) the possibility of assigning static IP address in the ranges of say 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.99 and 192.168.0.150 - 192.168.0.254 or so. You as well as the DHCP server are required to assure that there are no duplicate IP addresses assigned on your network. So statically assigning 192.168.0.100 (which is DHCP assignable in our case) could and would most likely result in duplicate addressing and network problems.

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