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If there is an install CD it is not needed. These devices are managed using your computer's web browser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox). Everything you need to know about this process is here: http://www.dlink.com/products/?pid=DI-524
I have had exactly this problem and after MUCH work downloading new drivers for the Vista Pcs and updating the operating system in the DI-524 found that the 524 does not operate well with Vista. A new DI-624 integrated well with Vista, and installed with no problems. Good luck!
If it will not accept it
>Make sure your computer is wired or connected to your DI-524
>Try going start>run > type in CMD
>on the black screen type in ipconfig and hit enter.
>Look for the Default Gateway that would be the IP address that your DI-524 is using.
>Click Start>All Programs > Accessories > click on command prompt
>type in ipconfig
>Look for IPV4 for the Default Gateway and that would be the IP address of your router.
If not allowing to access the login page, try pressing the reset button for 15 seconds at the back of your DI-524 but pressing the reset button will reset the setting of your wireles setting. Once your press the reset button type in 192.168.0.1 on the address bar and you should be having the login page. use Admin/admin for the username and leave the password blank and click ok...
Were you able to send emails (in Outlook) prior to the installation of the D-Link AirPlus DI-524?
If yes, this error message tells us that the remote server
has rejected your email/message due to your host not being on a list of
servers able to send the destination server mail. You will need to
contact the remote server administrator for assistance with this issue.
This error has nothing to do with D-Link, it is a problem with
the remote host.
If no likewise, then your ISP has blocked port 25 (which is being used by Outlook for outgoing). You need to get in touch with your ISP and verify if this is the case or if you need to switch to port 26 or 587 or something else.
Hope this be of initial help/idea. Pls post back how things turned up or should you need additional information.