Question about D-Link AirPlus Xtreme G DWL-2000AP 802.11g/b Wireless Access Point
HOLY $hit !!!!! This worked!!!!
I've wasted a whole day trying to figure this out (... and I'm fairly good at computers, but this was a 8itch).
This works for Windows 7 (64-bit version, updated as of March 21, 2011).
DLink DAP-1522 Xtreme N Duo
Part Number: CAP1522ACA...A1
Hardware ver.: A1
Firmware ver.: 1.21
IP Address: 192.168.0.50
Follow the instructions mentioned above to the T.
The following information maybe long-winded but I hope some of this additional info helps others who are having a SON-OF-A-8ITCH, like I did.
I've also disabled the wireless adapter on my laptop. You don't need Wireless connection, since you will be using the network cable (mostly the BLUE cable (CAT5), maybe a different color too, still trying to look for pink, hehehe).
YES, you MUST connect your computer to the DLink DAP-1522 using the network cable. Use any port on the back of the DLink DAP-1522 and to your laptop/computer.
My Network Settings had two Internet TCP/IP Protocol's (ver4 and ver6). I made the changes to the ver4 TCP/IP Protocol (and NOT the ver6).
I also unchecked several of the other items, which only left the following CHECKED:
\' client for MS networks
\' QoS packet scheduler
\' File and printer sharing for MS networks
\' Internet protocol version 4 (TCIP/IPver4)
...... sorry for the \' above. This is my symbol for a "check mark."
Not sure if this matters... but these are some of the things I've also done....
- the switch on the back of my DLink DAP-1522 is set to "BRIDGE."
- I didn't need to push the button on the top of the DLink DAP-1522.
- My Windows Network connection is a "public network" (with no internet).
- Windows Firewall is ON.
- I did not flash to a newer version of Firmware (still have 1.21).
You will notice the network icon in the tray has a yellow <!> but don't worry because we know there is no Internet access, all we want is just a link connection to the DLink DAP-1522 Bridge so we can get into the web-based GUI of the DLink SAP-1522 Bridge, and play.
Once you gain access to the DLink DAP-1522 built-in Web Browser, by opening Internet Explorer and typing the address 192.168.0.50 you will be shown the Log-In page.
User Name: admin
Password: - (no password, keep blank)
Chris (from Canada, eh)
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
Thank you so very much DJC! Really was about to give up trying to solve this...
Posted on Dec 17, 2013
I am running Win7x64.
1) I connected my computer to the DAP-1522 using a cable.
2) In control panel ' network and sharing center I clicked on See full map. This displayed the DAP-1522.
3) I hovered the pointer over the DAP-1522 in the visual display. This showed the IP address of the device. It was unnecessary to copy it Instead,
4) I right-clicked and then left-clicked, and the device opened in my browser.
Posted on Nov 19, 2011
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