I have recently moved from Ontario to Alberta and am having connectivity issues. All was well with the router and connecting thru it for both computers but now that I have moved I am told I need a new IP address for the router.
I have contacted both my ISP and have no issues with connecting directly from Modem to Computer. I have also contacted D-Link and they do not support this modem any longer.
Any chance of some help??
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Well I believe wat ya need to do is simply obtain a NEW "Account" with NEW Logon & Password with a NEW Internet Service Provider.
Then you set up the modem to connect to the new ISP, at the NEW ISP's address, with the NEW Password & Logon.
When you got the modem ya should have got a "Setup" CD that should walk ya thru the connection routine...
Below is a link for a "Users Manual" that should help you get connected.
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Connect to your router, then on the computer click start/run, type CMD at the >, type ipconfig /release, then ipconfig /renew this will reset all ip address from your computer through your router to your modem. this should fix the problem. BPCS
what may be happening is the wireless pc as it was; needs the dns and ip address flushing, also the pc you connected the router to as you must have conflicting ip addreses
Click start run then type ipconfig /flushdns.
You should ensure that the router is set to enable DHCP to assign ip addreses and make sure your'e network cards on all pc's are set to obtain ip address automaticaly in the TCP/IP properties.
Restart the pcs and type 192.168.0.1 in your web browser and get into your router setings and check in the DHCP section that all pc's have been given an ip address.
If all fails you may need to reset the router