Question about D-Link (DI-784) Wireless Router
I think the problem is that your router has a firewall that your iPad can't get through.
You could try going to D-Link's web site and find directions to allow your iPad to access the internet.
=) hope this helps
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Open the DI-524 window by typing 192.168.0.1 into internet explorer address bar, and press enter. Fill in your password, and press enter. Click on the Wireless button. This should open the Wireless Settings window for the 524. Set SSID broadcast to Enabled. Set Security to WEP. Set Authentication to open system. Set WEP Encryption to 64bit. Set Type to HEX. Click and select radio button next to KEY1. Enter a 10 digit number that you can remember, like 1234567890, or 1111122222. Now click the Apply button at bottom of the screen.
Now any device that you wish to link will will need to use this Key. Scan for the router, connect and use Infrastructure mode, Type in the 10 digit number you were suppose to remember, and off you go.
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