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Re: WPN824 intermittent reception problems -
That means the router is not configured properly. try to use the setup wizard that comes with the router. reset the router first by pressing the reset button for 30 seconds then run the setup wizard thriough the internet explorer browser of the pc.
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This refers to the wireless connection between your computer & your router, not to the connection from your cable-modem (or DSL-modem) out through your ISP to the Internet.
If you use an Ethernet cable to connect your computer directly to the cable/DSL modem, do you still have "intermittent" problems?
If so, then your router (or other wireless devices, such as your neighbours' router, or your neighbours' wireless telephones that are trying to operate on the same broadcast frequency) is the problem.
connect your computer to the router by an ethernet cable. Open Internet explorer or FIREFOX. Type the roiuter's default IP-address (if not known: its either 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.0 or 192.168.1.0... keep trying until you're answered and asked for the password to enter the router (either attached on the router, in the manual or try: user: admin password: admin or password: password. Whgen you're in you'll find many checkboxes you could fill oput or notr; Easyway: give your net a name (SSID), then choose the network access security (set it to wpa-psk), choose a password and enable DHCP (then the router does the rest). Disconnect, look if the computer sjhows reception of your netwoirk by displaying its name. then connect. You will be asked for the password you chose. Done.
are you using Internet explorer . If yes then go to Tools on the internet explorer. go to Internet options.
Go to connections tab. on this page you will find the option " never dial a connection" make sure that it is selected.
check the IP address on the computer. try to ping the default gateway number.
Click here for more information about the router and network
MAke sure that your computer is able to go online through the modem. If your computer is able to go online through the modem Then you need to connect the computer to the router ad the modem to the router. open the set up page of the router and change the settings of the router according to the ISP. Click Here for step by step by instructions
It sounds like what you want to do is have your web browser display a page when you open it... this is called setting your home page...
If you use MS Internet Explorer then
1) Go to the tools menu
2) Go to internet options
3) at the top set your home page
4) Press apply and ok
5) Now press the home button - this is the page Internet Explorer will display whenever you open it
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Using your wired computer, open the router's setup page using Internet Explorer or any browser and type http://192.168.1.1 to open the router's admin page. Go to Wireless tab, then wireless security sub tab. Choose WPA for security
optimzied ur internet explorer set the security level to medium in internet options set privacy level to accept all cookies, & if ur using IE7 turn off the phishing filters
step 1 internet explorer>>tools>>internet options
step2 delete cookies & temp internet files
step3 security tab set security level to medium
step 4 set privacy level to accept all cookies
hit apply close IE reopen IE
problem will be resolved
Yes, Netscape 6.2 will work properly with the web page-based interface used in D-Link DSL routers, however, due to problems the browser has loading Java applets and working with Java scripts all of the features may not be visible.
Netscape 4.7 does work with the interface, but is extremely slow in loading the various configuration pages.
For these reasons, it is recommended to use Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x or 6.0 to configure D-Link DSL routers. Internet Explorer loads the pages faster and Java applets work properly, as shown below. Note the tree in Fig. 1 (using Internet Explorer), representing the router´s various configuration pages and in Fig. 2, the PPP Connection information. Using Netscape 6.2 as shown in Fig. 3, the configuration tree is missing and in Fig. 4 the PPP Connection Information is not displayed.