20 Most Recent D-Link DI-707P Router (DSDLDI707P) Questions & Answers

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Change ssid and password on telecom HG630b

Open you web browser and type 192.168.1.1 on the url space. Then a box will appear for username and password.give as 'admin' for both and page will load. you can find the wireless category in there. In wireless category, you'll find SSID password. Thanks.
4/16/2014 6:45:49 AM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Apr 16, 2014
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How do i put a

To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access,please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security
4/14/2011 9:08:52 AM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Apr 14, 2011
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Just plugged in a brand

Use this Dlink emulators and choose your model ->link.
10/6/2010 2:49:46 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Oct 06, 2010
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Hw will I get a new SSS ID if my previous SSS ID

How did you lose a SSID?
The wireless router has a default SSID and you should change the default SSID when you configure the wireless setting.
If you go into the router's wireless setting you can view the SSID and/or change it to something else.
The only way you can lose this setting is to reset the router to the factory defaults, and if this is the case just change the SSID to something you like.
9/25/2009 5:41:12 AM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Sep 25, 2009
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How can I avoid the power adapter for the DLink Router (DI707P) from breaking down?

Overuse i think, try turning it off when noone is using.
5/9/2009 10:09:25 AM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on May 09, 2009
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Low ID on eMule

One more thing re low id on emule - try to choose ports between 10000 and 60000 - many isps block the standard ports that emule users choose, and you will see people saying to choose one over 5000, but I'd chosen ports between 5000 and 10000, and still had no luck until I went over10000.
Most isps don't monitor ports over 10000, so if you still have low id problems even after port forwarding and setting up your firewall, this may be the answer to your problem! (I got this info off portforward.com, and it worked for me)
3/9/2009 8:37:31 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Mar 09, 2009
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Dim Power LED on DI-707P

there is apossible hardware issue within the unit itself, the chipset may have been damaged through age, surge or impact.

aside from the hardware issue, it can be a firmware issue too, and an upgrade will be the best move to solve the problem.

please contact D-Link support to perform further troubleshooting and to check on the warranty status of the device as it is showing signs of being deffective.

http://support.dlink.com

phone: 1.877.45D-LINK (1.877.453.5465)

hope this helps
8/20/2008 11:02:16 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Aug 20, 2008
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Emule lowid

I am sorry, but I would not listen to advice that you need to disable your Firewall for it to work!?!

Obviously as the response shows, even with the Firewall disabled it did not work [and would be vulnerable to attack]

There are two possibilities off hand:
  1. You have not taken into account forwarding ports in your Router as well as Software Firewall [if applies to you]
  2. Your ISP may be aware of using the ed2k protocol and try to stop you from using eMule
Remember to use the OBFUSCATION option.
This option in eMule allows you to connect to a server in a way
that masks or 'hides' the ed2k (eMule) protocol

Go To Options > Security

Here you'll tick the "Enable Protocol Obfuscation" box
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Remember to only tick the first box under "Protocol Obfuscation"

You should be able to see your 'hidden' status on the right side
of the server window in eMule
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If your ISP was in fact interfering, this should help you gain back your ability to use eMule without restriction


5/29/2008 9:02:13 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on May 29, 2008
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I have a HP Deskjet 842C printer and an older gateway computer

Hello, It sounds like a driver problem. We can try this. Click start, right click my computer and left click manage. Next click device manager. This will list all the hardware and devices on the computer. The printer is listed under the ports(COM & LPT). Click the + in the box and the tree opens up and shows the printer. Right click on the printer and click update driver. Follow directions from install wizard. Reboot computer and see what happens. Let me know if Flames shoot out..LOL..Just kidding..Good Luck..!!
3/26/2008 4:50:13 AM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Mar 26, 2008
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DI 707P router stops working.

Hi,

I'm not sure about your Router whether you use it for Cable or DSL.
If you use it for cable, unscrew the coaxial cable and do factory defaults your router and re-plug the coaxial.
- if it is DSL, isolate the filter/spliter and connect the phone cable directly from the walljack to the router and do factory defaults the device. re-configure the router.
- Check the firmware version of the device whether it is latest one.
10/29/2007 1:17:37 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Oct 29, 2007
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Low id

You TYPE that 192.168.0.1 into your web browsers address bar, and press ENTER.
10/5/2007 10:06:58 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Oct 05, 2007
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How can i connect to the msn messenger / google talk

I believe this may be a problem with your handheld device or handheld wireless service and not either of your broadband routers. Your particular PDA does not utilize the same wireless technology that your PCs and laptops do. Your PDA works with GSM,gprs & GPRS technologies. While laptops and PCs most commonly use 802.11a/b/g technologies. In summary, your PDA does not go to the Internet through your broadband routers. In fact, other than connectivity through bluetooth or USB, I doubt your PDA has any interaction with any devices connected to the broadband routers. Now, why can you not access certain services on your handheld? It may be that you are not connected to the right network with your service provider. It looks like this devices works on the Cingular network. There are 3 types of networks available. GSM, which is used primarily for voice traffic. gprs (note the lowercase), which is used for simple text messaging. And GPRS (note the uppercase), which handles all the other types of data transfer, including browsing the web and chatting. First, you may want to check with your service provider that you have an active plan that supports Internet surfing and chatting, such as GPRS (note the uppercase again). Second, once this has been confirmed, make sure the network indicators on the PDA show that you are connected to the GPRS (and not the GSM or gprs) network. Only when you are connected to the GPRS network, will you be able to utilize all the features of your PDA (voice calls, text messaging, and e-mail/web browsing). One way to force the PDA to get on the GPRS network is to just resset the wireless antenna. Second would be to reboot the device. If neither of those work, I would recommend contacting your service provider, as they will be able to help you trouble shoot PDA and network issues further. More info can be found here: https://onlinecare.cingular.com/support/setDevice.do?universe=cingular&make=HP&model=iPAQhw6515&x=42&y=0 Or call here: 1-800-331-0500
9/6/2006 8:40:33 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Sep 06, 2006
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Bi-directional

D-Link´s print servers are IEEE1284 bi-directional compatible. This means that data can be sent and received in both directions between the printer and the D-Link print server. Toner status, paper level, and etc. will not be communicated back to the PC. In order to get printer status information, the proprietary printer driver has embedded code that needs to be passed on to the print server, decoded, then interpreted by the print server. Embedded driver codes are not supported by D-Link print servers. D-Link´s print servers, whether in Gateways or StandAlone, are plain TCP/IP print servers.
2/16/2006 4:36:08 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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Print server software for mac

There are no plans to have Macintosh software for the print server feature of our routers. If you can perform port-based printing (OSX), you do not need printer software. Just print to the IP of the router (default is 192.168.0.1) and the Print Queue Name is lp (a lower case "L" and a lower case "P"). Use the current drivers for your printer. In some cases you made need postscript drivers for your printer from the manufacturer (if available). This feature is not supported by D-Link, as per packaging. Please visit http://gimp-print.sourceforge.net/MacOSX.php3 for 3rd party drivers that may work with your D-Link router. D-Link does not and will not support these drivers. Use at your own risk. Do not keep the product in anticipation of Macintosh compatibility. Return it to your reseller.
2/16/2006 4:33:45 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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Can´t print through the router print server

Try changing the Spool Data Format setting in the printers control panel from EMS to RAW. Step 1 Go to Start>Settings>Printers. Step 2 Right click your printer icon and select Properties Step 3 From the properties screen, select the Details tab. Click on the Spool Settings button at the bottom of the window. Step 4 From the Spool data format: select RAW from the drop-down menu. Click OK to close out of Spool Settings and OK again to close out of the printer properties screen. Close the Printers control panel and try printing to the DI-713P with these new settings. In some cases, you may need to disable bidirectional printing.
2/16/2006 4:29:32 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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Configure for emule

You must open ports on your router to allow incoming traffic while using eMule. eMule uses three ports*: 4662 (TCP) 4672 (UDP) 4711 (TCP) Visit eMule here. * To prevent getting a low ID (Firewalled), open additional TCP ports between 4661 and 4665. Also, limit the number of connections in the eMule software. You may need to change the TCP Clientport to something other than 4662.
2/16/2006 4:17:30 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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Scheduled Firewall

Unfortunately not. Active connections must be stopped before the rules take effect. For Example: If you have an active FTP download when the schedule takes effect, the session will not be terminated until the download is complete. Once the schedule is effective and the FTP download has completed, you will not be allowed to initiate another FTP connection until the scheduling permits.
2/16/2006 4:07:26 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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AOL DSL Plus

AOL DSL+ now uses PPPoE for authentication bypassing the client software. To set up your router: Step 1 Log into the web-based configuration of your router by opening a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape and enter the IP address of the router (192.168.0.1). Enter admin for username and then your password (blank by default). Configure the WAN side to use PPPoE. Please consult your manual for login instructions since all routers are not the same. Step 2 Enter your screen name followed by @aol.com for the user name. Enter your AOL password in the password box. Step 3 You will have to set the MTU to 1400. AOL DSL does not allow for anything higher than 1400. Step 4 Apply settings. Step 5 Unplug (turn off) the power to the modem and router. Wait 1 minute and then power on only the modem. Wait about 1 minute and then power on the router. NOTE: If you connect to the Internet with a different Internet service provider and want to use the AOL software, you can do that without configuring the router?s firewall settings. You need to configure the AOL software to connect using TCP/IP (LAN). Contact AOL for more specific configuration information of their software.
2/16/2006 4:04:42 PM • D-Link DI-707P... • Answered on Feb 16, 2006
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9815813107 tell me name and adrress

You can find the details of the operator and the state they belong to .the operators wont reveal the address and name of any mobile numbers only higher officials can only get those information.
In order to trace the operator name and state you can try this link
http://www.indiatrace.com/trace-mobile-number-location/trace-mobile-number.php

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11/12/2022 5:02:31 AM • D-Link Computers... • Answered on Nov 12, 2022
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