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Password Problems I have just started to use the d-link wireless adapter and for some reason i get a connection to my wireless router but the internet still doesn't work. I can only figure that its because i am not sure how to or not able to add the password. The authentication of the router is on open and i notice that i cant get into "authentication config" if its set to that, if i try to set the profile to WPA, WPA2, etc, to get into authentication config it wont connect! i cant figure out how to keep it on open and put a password in! any ideas and help? thanks

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  • poiuyio Mar 13, 2008

    Thats the problem though, i am not getting a prompt for a network key. I am running windows 2000 so this may be a problem, its not the router as there are other people using wireless.

  • Kalkada Mar 21, 2008

    Hi, Similar. Adapter shows excellent strength and high speed, tried with no encryption both ends. IE and email will not open. Two other computers using cable via router OK. Can't find a wireless network on any of the computers. All running XP Home SP2. Seems complex but feel I am missing something simple! Any suggestions

    Vic (from the bush in Western Australia)

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Maybe you are getting LIMITED OR NO CONNECTIVITY. This happens when the wireless adapter is able to find a network but the pc cannot get an ip address. One of the reason for that is that your wireless network might be secured and you missed to enter the correct network key when you were asked by the computer. The wireless security is set on the wireless router, SO WHEN YOU SET THE PROFILE ON YOUR WIRELESS ADAPTER, YOU SHOULD ALREADY HAVE THE WIRELESS SETTINGS FROM YOUR WIRELESS ROUTER. THEY HAVE TO MATCH FOR YOU TO HAVE A COMPLETE CONNECTION.

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However, if you purchased a D-Link router used, you may find that the internal radio is disabled because the previous owner had an exclusively wired network and wanted to eliminate the possibility of a hacker breaking into one of her computers.

Enable the Wi-Fi radio on your D-Link router to enable your computers to connect to the Internet wirelessly.

Connect the router to your computer using an Ethernet cable.
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Enter the username "admin" and leave the password blank.
Note that these are default values; both the user name and password can be changed.

Click the "Setup" tab at the top of the screen, then click the "Wireless Settings"
Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click the "Manual Wireless Network Setup" button.

Place a check in the box labeled "Enable Wireless" and click "Save Settings."
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D-Link routers use the connection from your Internet service provider to create a wireless network for the various Wi-Fi- enabled devices in your home or office.

Once the router is installed, you can truly enjoy the portable capabilities of your laptop or other wireless device.

D-Link routers have a straightforward installation process, despite the advanced technology behind wireless equipment. So there is no reason to wait around for a technician to help you install your wireless equipment. Remove the cable that is attached to the "Internet" port on the rear of your DSL or cable modem.

Plug the Ethernet cable into the "Internet" port on the modem and plug the other end of the cable into the "Internet" port on the rear of the D-Link router. Attach the power adapter to the port on the rear of the router and plug the adapter's cord into a outlet.

Remove the power cord from your modem and wait 10 seconds before plugging it back in.
This will reinitialize your modem and force it to establish a connection to the D-Link router.

Your router will immediately begin distributing a wireless network with the "D-Link" network name.

Connect your computer to one of Ethernet ports on the rear of the router and open a Web browser.

Type "http://192.168.0.1" into the address bar and press "Enter." Enter "admin" into the username field and type "admin" again into the password field.

Click "OK" to open the wireless configuration page. Click "Wireless Security Setup Wizard" to create a wireless password for your router's network.

Click "Apply" to save the changes to the router's settings.
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Type the router IP address, "192.168.0.1", into your Internet browser. Press "Enter" on your keyboard.

Enter your username and password to log into the D-link configuration panel.
By default, the username is "Admin" with a blank password field.

To prevent outsiders from being able to access your D-link router's configuration panel, change the username and password to something more secure.

This can be done by selecting "Tools" from the menu and selecting "Admin."
Select "Administration Settings" and enter your new username and password.

Save your changes by clicking "Apply."
Enter the IP addresses for the computers you want to give access to your router.

You can do this by clicking the "DHCP" link underneath the "Home" tab.
Click "Apply" to save the IP addresses.

Select the "Wireless" link underneath the "Home" tab.
Enter a name in the "SSID" field to identify your wireless network.

Choose "WPA" for your "Security" option.
WPA will provide the highest level of security for your wireless network.

Create a WPA password to access your wireless network.
For maximum security, enter a combination of numbers, letters, and symbols.

Store your password in a safe place in case you ever forget it.
Click "Apply" to save your settings.

Install a software firewall program on your computer to add an additional measure of security for your wireless network.

A few of the popular firewall programs available are Norton Antivirus, McAfee and Zone Alarm.

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The internal Wi-Fi radio is enabled by default on most new wireless routers. However, if you purchased a D-Link router used, you may find that the internal radio is disabled because the previous owner had an exclusively wired network and wanted to eliminate the possibility of a hacker breaking into one of her computers. Enable the Wi-Fi radio on your D-Link router to enable your computers to connect to the Internet wirelessly.

Connect the router to your computer using an Ethernet cable. Open a web browser and browse the IP address "192.168.0.1." Enter the username "admin" and leave the password blank. Note that these are default values; both the user name and password can be changed. Click the "Setup" tab at the top of the screen, then click the "Wireless Settings" Scroll to the bottom of the screen and click the "Manual Wireless Network Setup" button. Place a check in the box labeled "Enable Wireless" and click "Save Settings."
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D-Link routers use the connection from your Internet service provider to create a wireless network for the various Wi-Fi-enabled devices in your home or office.


Once the router is installed, you can truly enjoy the portable capabilities of your laptop or other wireless device.


D-Link routers have a straightforward installation process, despite the advanced technology behind wireless equipment.


So there is no reason to wait around for a technician to help you install your wireless equipment.


Remove the cable that is attached to the "Internet" port on the rear of your DSL or cable modem.


Plug the Ethernet cable into the "Internet" port on the modem and plug the other end of the cable into the "Internet" port on the rear of the D-Link router.


Attach the power adapter to the port on the rear of the router and plug the adapter's cord into a outlet.


Remove the power cord from your modem and wait 10 seconds before plugging it back in. This will reinitialize your modem and force it to establish a connection to the D-Link router.


Your router will immediately begin distributing a wireless network with the "D-Link" network name.

Connect your computer to one of Ethernet ports on the rear of the router and open a Web browser.


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Click "OK" to open the wireless configuration page.

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First, locate your cable modem or DSL modem and unplug it to turn it off.
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  • If you do not currently have a computer connected to the Internet: Plug one end of a network cable (included with your router) into your modem, and plug the other end of the network cable into the Internet, WAN, or WLAN port on your wireless router.
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    2. Wireless encryption (WEP) or Wi-Fi Protected Access (WPA), which help protect your wireless network. For most routers, you will provide a passphrase that your router uses to generate several keys. Make sure your passphrase is unique and long (you don't need to memorize it).
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Please indicate which is your issue.

Is your issue with the router's administrative password to used to configure the router?

Please confirm your router's manufacturer and model number.

IF not go to Wireless Configuration

If the router needs to be reset (because of an unknown password) do you know the proper settings to reconfigure the router? If not or even if unsure please provide your Internet Service Provider's name so we can get accurate instructions before proceeding any further on this password issue.

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Is your issue with the passphrase/password for a wireless adapter to access a secured wireless network using either WEP or WAP encryption?

Do you have another wireless computer that works? -- you may be able to find the passphrase in the configuration of that machine's wireless adapter avoiding the need to have the administrators password for the router for the time being.

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