HI, i have a DI -524, and i have been working these last months fine with no problems, since i had a shutdow at my house, it lost the internet conection, it is working the network but i can access to the internet, the cable modem is a surfboard motorola, and is its ok, i have to connect directly to the modem so i can acces to the internet, i reset the router and configure again, but i can not acces in the internet through the router.
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Re: No internet Connection
This is something simple
2 things you will have to do
the router when a problem like this happens again
unplug router for 1 minute this is packet build up and then plug back in i found this out by service provider that its a build up of packets it relieves packets
now the other thing since you went threw all the little areas of trying to reset modem go in remove your network connection
delete it and build a new network connection threw the network setup wizard then your done restart comp everything should be back to normal and you wont have to ever reset network settings again
just unplug the router let sit for minute and plug back in
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You have to make the Ip changes on the laptop not on the modem.
You said you have internet acces on one computer. Then use that computer to find out the exact IP address used by the modem.
On the laptop use the exact same numbers, (IP, Sub mask, Gateway, Primary DNS)
and chek if it works.
If you want to have both computers on the Internet, simply change the last number on the IP address ONLY.
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Make sure you can go online directly to the airtel broadband. If internet works fine, connect the D-Link router to the Beetle. That should be going to the Internet port or WAN port of the D-link. Then your PC to port 1. Try to power cycle both devices now. Unplug the power to the router first then to the modem. Wait for 30 seconds. Power on modem first, wait for the lights to go solid, then power on the router. Check if the internet works fine hardwired. If it is, wireless should work as well. Just connect to the signal coming from the D-link.
I'm assuming if you've been given a username/password you've either got DSL (a PPPoE connection) or it's for your email address. If you don't have a disc for your new router, you can configure it through a wired connection to the router (using an ethernet cable). That's a bit of work but if you need to do it that way we can help. Otherwise run the CD that came with the router (again, you'll need a computer plugged into it) and the step-by-step should get you through it.
For starters, unplug the modem and then plug the cable running from the old router into the same port space in the new router (should say either WLAN or Uplink). Turn on the modem, wait 30 seconds, then power on the router. After that run the disc and you should be good.
You need to disable the DHCP server on your "slave" wireless router ( the di-524 ). In D-link routers this might be called configuring it to be an "Access point".
When this happens, connecting to the second wireless router should cause your computer to obtain an IP address which is in the range of the first router (that is to say, it will use the first router's dhcp server).
You should be able have your laptop connect with an automatic IP address and have it work.
This is unusual, as it seems the router is allocating two pc's the same IP address.
Go into your routers settings (internet browser and type the router address, eg 192.168.1.1)' and look at Client DHCP list and look at the IP addresses that each pc has been given and see if two are the same, they should be one digit difference, that being the last.
Also go into the properties of both your pc's wireless cards and ensure that they are set to obtain an ip address automatically.