Question about D-Link DI-634M Wireless Router (DI634M)
You need to log into the wireless router either by a computer that successfully connects wirelessly or by physically connecting with an ethernet cable. Once connected, log into the router by open a web browser (Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari), and typing the router's address (usually 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1) into the Address (or URL) line. The default usernameand password is usually "admin" & "admin" or "admin" & "password". Once successfully logged in, look for a tab or link that says "Wireless" or "Security". You'll be able to change whether security is enabled or disabled, and the password associated with it. Your security options are WEP or WPA (or WPA-PSK). WPA-PSK is the most secure, but WEP is also an acceptable choice. Select the security option of your choice and either enter text into the passphrase generator or choose your own password and type it into one of the security key text fields. If you use a password that is not a plain english combination of letters and numbers, be sure to write it down so that you can enter it as needed on other wireless devices that need to access your router (ie-pda phones, game consoles, laptops, desktops, etc). Be sure to save changes so that the security settings and password is saved.
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Posted on Sep 06, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Password settings
I am presuming that the address you are using, 192.168.1.1 is the address from the user manual. This may not be the address that is actually assigned to your router however.
The Linksys Router can be configured in one of two ways, either with a static IP Address or by DHCP, a service that automatically assigns an IP from a DHCP Server on your network.
An easy way to test this is to go to a PC on your network that you know is functional and uses the Linksys Router as its network access point and open a command prompt from the start menu (start/accessories/command prompt).
At the command prompt type in tracert www.fixya.com and hit enter. The first address that you see in the traceroute is the IP address of the Linksys Router.
Write this down IP down and then plug it into your web browser. A login prompt window will appear on the screen. Do NOT enter a login name in this prompt - the default for admin is nothing. Simply input the admin password and the web browser will open to the admin page on the router.
As you are configuring a new network security password and protocol be aware of a few things:
1. WEP and WPA are two types of security used on these routers. Of the two, WPA is the more secure, however there may be devices and or clients on your network that do not support WPA. Prior to selecting WPA verify that there are no devices that cannot use that standard.
2. If you are adding a new security profils (password) and retaining the existing login passwords (keys) then your network will continue to function as it has, however if you delete the existing keys (passwords) then you will need to go to each computer/device on the network and update each with the new login information.
Once you have decided upon the security protocol you intend to use (WEP or WPA) you must then do the following:
1. On the router admin page click WIRELESS and then WIRELESS SECURITY.
2. For WEP you will set the Encryption Size and then enter a passphrase. The router will generate a key in hex and you will need to write down this key and provide it to the users on your network. If you change the passphrase later the key will also change and you will need to repeat the above.
3. For WPA, you set the encryption type and then enter a passphrase. Provide this passphrase to the users as that is how they will authenticate using WPA.
Posted on Nov 15, 2007
Enabling the WEP for the Dell TrueMobile 2300 Wireless Router
Click the Start button.
Click All Programs.
Click Internet Explorer.
The Internet Explorer browser window appears.
Type the following in the Address line:
Click the Go button.
You are prompted for a Username and Password.
Type the following as your username:
Type the following as your password:
NOTE: If you previously changed your administrator password in the advanced settings of the router you will need type the password that you set.
Click the OK button.
The Dell TrueMobile Setup Page appears.
Click the Basic Settings tab.
Click the Wireless Security button on the left side of the page.
The Wireless Security window will appear.
For the highest level of security choose the 128 Bit encryption option.
You will have to type a name for your encryption key in the field to the left of the 128 Bit option.
Click the Save and Restart button on the left hand side of the page.
The Save and Restart window appears.
Click the Save and Restart button.
Your settings will be saved to the router.
Configure the 2300 Wireless Router for WPA-PSK with TKIP Encryption.
Double-click on Internet Explorer.
The Internet Explorer window appears.
In the Address Bar type my.router or the default IP address 192.168.2.1.
Press the <Enter> key or click Go.
The TrueMobile 2300 password window appears.
Type the User Name and Password.
NOTE: The default user name is admin and the default password is admin.
The TrueMobile 2300 Wireless Router configuration window appears.
Click Basic Settings.
Click Wireless Security in the left-hand pane.
Click to select Enable Wireless Security.
Under Network Authentication, select WPA (Wireless Protected Access) from the drop-down menu.
Input a network key or password in the field to the right of WPA Pre-Shared Key.
NOTE: Your network key or password can use 8 to 64 characters using Hexadecimal digits or 8 to 63 characters using ASCII characters.
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Posted on Nov 02, 2008
Hi, you need to connect to the routers admin pages to configure the wireless settings and security. Check out this page:-
When you get to step 6, click the WPA-PSK security setting and it will give you a box to type in a password of your choice, make it memorable but difficult to guess, so a mixture of numbers and letters. I think its a min of 8 characters.
Hope this helps..
Posted on Jan 25, 2009
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