Question about D-Link ADSL2/2+ Modem/Wireless Router 4-Port Switch, 802.11g, QoS (DSL-2640B)
Since your using an adsl modem, possible that is a problem with your adsl box or your adsl line. I would suggest you to call your ISP so they can further check your line and also your adsl modem .
You may also contact dlink so they can perform a firmware update to your modem , below is the link for their website.
Posted on Jul 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Need latest firmware file for
It is responding... you are probably suffering the same issue as me. For some reason the MTU setting is causing issues with accessing the D-LINK website. The 2730B however does not allow you to change that setting anywhere (how ironic).
Your option is to use something like DrTCP (assuming you are using Windows) to change the setting on your local machine. Suggest changing to 1492 for the adapter you are using to connect to the Net (should make sense once you run the application).
This is what I did, and worked for me. Hope this helps you.
P.S. I'm about to throw the thing in the bin. It's got so many issues, the last D-Link product I ever buy.
Posted on Oct 11, 2010
SOURCE: My DSL 2730B N150 modem/router
In order to get your router back to the original settings, you must push in the reset button (usually on the back of the router) for somewhere between 10 and 30 seconds depending on the router. You may need a pin or something small to push in the button, because it can be recessed. Once you have reset the router, the username and password will be changed to the defaults, admin and password, respectively. One thing you must remember is that resetting the router will change all of the router settings back to the factory settings. This means you will lose all of the changes you made since you got the router. Make sure to write down any things you've changed, so you can change them back after the reset. Also, I recommend updating to the latest firmware after the reset.
There a great article at General Router Setup.
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Posted on Jan 23, 2011
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Access the router's web-based setup page. For instructions, click here
NOTE: If you're using a Mac, click here for instructions.
On the Setup tab, click the drop-down arrow for Internet Connection Type then, select PPPoE.
Enter the Username and the Password for your DSL Internet connection.
Select Keep Alive.
Click Save Settings.
Click the Status tab.
Verify that the Connection Type is PPPoE then, click Connect.
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