20 Most Recent D-Link DES 1005D (DES-1005D) 5x10/100 Mbps Networking Switch Questions & Answers


You should use a router instead of a switch...however if you still want to use the switch, request your service provider to provide two ip addresses, instead of regularly just one...but you mostly like need to pay monthly the extra ip address...alternatively ask your service provider to upgrade your cable modem to cable modem with router capability, ...

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Jul 02, 2017


Do your service provider limits number of ip address (10.10.10.10) you can have? if they provide only one, you would need to use a router to share one public ip address. Sometimes it records the network address of your network device (00:00:00:00), and won't give u another ip if the device changed. If you have two routers in your network, turn off the dhcp on the second router, and use LAN ports and do not use the WLAN on the second router. if you want to manage the second router, give it an static ip from the first router. Bad port? Bad cable? Modem => router => PC/IPOD/switch or modem => router => PC/IPOD/Switch/ 2nd Router without dhcp and no WLAN ) Good luck

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Jun 29, 2017


Check the network settings of your pc in network and sharing, adapter settings , right click local area connection and press properties, click IPv4 and look at its properties. Ensure ip and DNS are bother set to auto.
press start, type cmd right click the grey chalk board press run as administrator. Type ipconfig /release then type ipconfig /renew
also try a different port/cable if it is a gigabit switch an orange light means it is running below the speed. I.e. 10/100 if it is working correctly the lights should be green.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Apr 06, 2017


what speed do you have. Use fast.com.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Mar 19, 2017


The new model. Just plug it in. No configurations. Any port for any use. The selling point is unmanaged. Look for the problem somewhere else (including the cables) till you are sure it's the switch. Then it needs to be replace.
http://files.dlink.com.au/Products/DES-1005D/Datasheet/DES-1005D_N1_Datasheet_11.pdf




The older model uses standard cabling practices, but still very versatile.
http://www.dlink.com/uk/en/support/product/-/media/Consumer_Products/DES/DES%201005D/Manual/DES%201005D_Manual_v02_EN_UK.pdf

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Oct 26, 2012


usually it will be the serial number of most devices as it is unique. but if not try angry ip scanner, it should detect the ip and mac when you do a scan.

http://www.angryip.org/old/ipscan/

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Apr 22, 2011


Max distance for Cat5e cable is about 100M, but that is the best case scenario, essentially a straight line, down a building. If you have any kind of interference, like flourescent lighting, high voltage lines running parallel to the ethernet cable, the distance will be much less than 100M. Although it looks like you have 60 feet to spare, anything interfering with the cables will cut the signal down. Try to move the switches closer together, make the cable from pc to switch longer and ADSL modem to switch longer and cable between switches shorter. Use a known good straight through ethernet cable, as modern switches don't require crossover cables.

From Wikipedia: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category_5e#Maximum_cable_segment_length

According to the ANSI/TIA/EIA standard for category 5e cable, (TIA/EIA 568-5-A[5]) the maximum length for a cable segment is 100 meters (328 feet). If longer runs are required, the use of active hardware such as a repeater, or a switch, is necessary.[6] [7] This 100 meter limit is all inclusive. According to some authors,[who?] the practical limit for permanently installed cable is about 90 meters, leaving 5 meters at each end for the patch cables that connect the end equipment to the wall panel.

Hope this helps.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Jan 10, 2011


Default IP Address of most routers is given at the back or bottom of the router and it is usually 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1.
The Default Gateway IP address of D-Link routers is (by default) 192.168.0.1

Hope it Helps!
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D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Nov 22, 2010


Hi,

The username and password is admin


Best Regards

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Nov 06, 2010


You need a router, not a switch. The switch is to be used downstream from a router.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Nov 04, 2010


I am not that much clear whether you can change your Ip adress, but any queries regarding Ip-detais can be solved here, http://www.ip-details.com/

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Aug 16, 2010


Set up both pc's with dhcp. To do this, right click (My Network Places) in the start menu and choose properties. Right click your network connection and again choose properties. Click Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and then select properties. Choose (Obtain an IP Address Automatically). Then (OK) and again (OK). Do this on both pc's.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Apr 29, 2010


1.) The setup needs changing
2.) first off the dss-24 is a network switch not a router
3.) all of your pc equipment should be pluged into that device.
4.) chose one port as an uplink to your att modem
I think your problem is that the new modem is only giving out one ip address. So what ever first pc is turned on that is the one that grabs the address.
5.) you will most likly need a router to take the one ip address assigned via att then dole out additional ones. Remember the dss-24 is not a router. It simply connects everyone together. Each device still needs an ip address given from somewhere. Your old cable modem probibly did that but your new att dsl most likly does not.hence the new router will do that.....
to set it up do the following
2.) Find out the ip setup needed for your dsl service
A.) gateway ip
B.) primary & secondary dns server ip`s
C.) subnet mask
3.) get into the setup of your new router and then plugg in
all of these values using a fixed if address in the router
4.) connect routers wan port to one of the modems port. u may have to use a cross cable or straight look at the link lites to find out if they are talking to each other
5.) make sure that the routers lan side is setup for DHCP
6.) connect one lan port off the router to an uplink
of the dss-24. Then reboot everything
7.) viola it should all work internet on evey machine and file sharring.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Apr 27, 2010


You need two cables one from the Modem into the internet port on the back of the router and another from Computer Port 1 into your computer then you should be able to connect via wireless. If not get onto the router CP and check the settings.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Jan 06, 2010


What type of Netgear Router you are using?
If you have more than one ethernet ports to your Netgear Router, then connect your switch with a patch cable to the Router. Switch on it and check.
So that can share the resourses.

D-Link DES 1005D... | Answered on Dec 28, 2009

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