Question about D-Link DI 514 Wireless Router (DI-514)
You need to edit you're router's wireless settings, maybe there is a conflicting default network w/in you're range. Make sure you change the SSID (wireless name) to a unique name, the channel I advise you to set it to CH11, and enable wireless security as well, you can go for WPA-Personal it will be supported by XP and it's a good encryption method. And try removing all the network's listed on the "preferred networks list" on windows to make sure there won't be any conflicting wireless profile.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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At the bottom right hand corner of your screen, you have a wireless connection icon. right click and view available wireless network...if you see your network there. connect to that network, if secured, then call d-link to verfiy what is your network key. if it is unsecure then you can log on right away.
if that wont allow you to connect then upgrade firmware of router.
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