Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
1. Your router may have lost the IP address from the ISP (Internet Service Provider)
2. go into the router using the 192.168.0.1 IP address to check the status of the router. This will tell you if you have lost connection with the service provider.
3. Call your ISP to verify connectivity. There may have been a line interruption.
4. check with the router manufacturer for router firmware updates.
5. If your router is older it may be at what is call "end- of - life" and may longer be serviceable by the manufacturer.
6. You also may want to try moving the router to a spot away from electronic devices such as TV'S, cell phone, cordless phone bases, and microwave ovens. These device send signal that are on the same frequency as the router and may have an affect on your connectivty. This also may account for connectivity drops.
Posted on May 15, 2010
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