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I have one laptop that is connected to the internet...but i have a new laptop to get connected but i cant remember my passphrase

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You may need to reset your router by pressing the reset button (usually a very small hole in the back) then you can log in using the default password/username.

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Type IPCONFIG and press ENTER
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Log into the management council on the router. From there, you can find or replace your passphrase.

open your web browser; and type in this address, be sure to use the dots: 192.168.0.1

You will be guided to a login screen. the username is ADMIN (not case sensitive).

The password is blank...that is, do not type anything in the password box. Hit enter.

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The easiest workaround for this is to connect your laptop to the D-Link
with an ethernet cable.

Make sure your laptop IP address is configured for the same subnet
(example: 192.168.0.9)
Open your browser and go to http://192.168.0.1

Default username: user
Default password: (blank)

(This is of course assuming that you did not change your
default username/password)

Once you're in, change the passphrase to anything you want.

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