Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
I had a similar problem with a TP-LINK wireless router. I reset the router to default by pushing a paper clip into the reset hole on the back of router. I also unplugged power to router before resetting. Hooked Internet cable back to DSL Modem and connect to internet with a browser on main computer. I then plugged main computer cable to router. Then router to DSL modem. While I'm doing this there are messages "The cable is unplugged". Then the connection is Shown reconnected. I then was able to browse and I then was able to enter 192.168.1.1 and a Password message appears. Yous would be D-LINK for the SSID. The Password and ID would both be "admin". You can change these for security purposes. Hope this Helps. Thanks
Posted on Feb 17, 2008
If you are able to connect on other computers, then check the ip address of your main computer.
steps to check ip...
1. First connect your router and your computer with ethernet cable.
2. Click start->run>type in the run box as "cmd" without quotes..
and then click ok.
It will take you to command prompt screen...there you will find a cursor flashing Type next to that as ipconfig and then press enter...
It will give you the "ipaddress' of your computer and "default gateway" i.e. the ipaddress of your router...
check if you get this and then let me know
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
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