Question about D-Link / RangeBooster N 650 / DIR-635 / 300Mbps / 802.11n / 4-Port / Cable/DSL Wireless Router (DIR635)
I have tried to install the router at dynamic ip address as I am broadband cable. When the set up is looking for internet connections it tells me it has a problem when trying to access the internet. I have disconnected the moden numerous times and reconnected but to no avail. I access the internet with no problem when not using the router
Install the latest firmware from here ftp://ftp.dlink.de/dir/dir-635/driver_software/
Now everything work perfectly for me (pppoe).
Posted on Oct 31, 2008
Ok ppl...Try to copy MAC address of your basic ethernet (laptop / pc / etc) to your router, and then change it. [on your computer so no conflict were seen] Later try to connect your router to modem . greetz
Posted on May 02, 2008
How I have solved my problem with the wired computer to a DIR-635 router:
- downloaded latest firmware from ftp.dlink.de/dir-635/driver_software (as posted here before)
- reset the router ( keep just the power cable connected to the router, press the reset button and switch off/on while holding the reset button pressed, off/on again with reset pushed down, release reset button, connect LAN cable between PC and router, access router 192.168.0.1 and all the configuration using the wizards)
- while configurating your Internet connection (I have the wizard option) it is important to use the option "clone MAC address from your PC", the one you used to connect direct to the cable modem.
- Follow next common steps to configurate your wireless network, etc.
Right now I'm having my PC wired to the router plus three other desktops via wireless and a wireless Canon printer.
Everything is working fine, no network drop, no internet drop. Perfect as it used to be.
Posted on Jan 06, 2009
I can´t get the DIR-635 to work with Pppoe.
Posted on Dec 27, 2007
Hi, I am assuming that you can connect to your router's web based interface (192.168.0.1). On a PC LAN wired to the router, open a browser; Type "192.168.0.1"; Log-in username/admin and password/(blank); Go to Tools > Misc and the option to select the WAN speed (bottom); Lock the speed down on the WAN port of your router to 10Mbps (Some versions do not have this feature). Hope this works for you. If not pls post back with your modem brand/model. You may also want to log the IP settings (IP Add, Subnet Mask, Default Gateway, DNS Servers) of the PC that is directly connected to the modem when you can access the Internet when not using the router. Good luck and kind regards.
Posted on Oct 05, 2007
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