Question about D-Link AirPlus DI-524 Wireless Router
Some internet service providers want to charge a fee for each computer you connect to the internet through them, So they setup DHCP to give out only as many local IP addresses as you pay them for. That's sort of like the water company charging you a fee for each faucet in your house...
Assuming that's the problem...
One way to resolve this, is to connect your wireless router's WAN port the ISP's modem, and configure DHCP in your router to supply as many IP addresses as you need to the wireless and the 4 LAN ports.
In case you can't find your router manual, here's a link:
Page 9 has the diagram you need.
I would advise you to buy a newer wireless router, because this one only does WEP encryption, and WEP was cracked some time ago. I you really want to use it, Please be sure to enable the WEP security, and select 128 bits. This router has it disabled by default! (See page 13)
Posted on Oct 24, 2010
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