Feb 10

It is recommended to configure WPA on your wireless router before your wireless network adapters.

Step 1 Open a web browser and type the IP address of the wireless router in the address bar (default is 192.168.0.1). Press Enter.

Step 2 The default username is admin (all lower case) and the default password is blank (nothing). Click OK.

Step 3 Click the Home tab and then click Wireless to the left.

Step 4 Next to WEP select WPA using the radio buttons.

Step 5 Under 802.1X enter the IP Address, Port and Shared Secret for RADIUS Server 1. Repeat for RADIUS Server 2 if applicable.

Step 6 Click Apply and then Continue to save the new settings.

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Feb 10

Step 1: Launch the SharePort Mobile App

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Step 2: Click on File and select your file

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Step 3: Click on the Favorite Icon to allow for offline viewing and click file to go back

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Step 4: Click on Home

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Step 5: Scroll over to Favorites and select your file

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Step 6: Click on the   Icon to select the application to open the file

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Feb 10

The tollowing chart contiains the different status for the LED indicator on the DCH-S150 Wi-Fi motion sensor:

WPS Blinking Green Press for one second to start the WPS connection process. The Power/Status LED will start to blink green.
Reset Solid Red Press and hold until the Status LED turns red in order to reset the device back to the factory default settings (for about 10 seconds).
Power/Status LED Solid Green The DCH-S150 is successfully connected to your network.
Blinking Green The WPS process is in progress.
Blinking Orange The Motion Sensor is not properly connected with your wireless network.
Solid Red The Motion Sensor is powering on, attempting to upgrade firmware, or the device is defective.
Off If the DCH-S150 will not power on, try plugging the device into another outlet.
Motion Sensor PIR (Passive Infrared) sensor for detecting motion.

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Jan 28

The mydlink™ Home App v2.0.0 introduced a more flexible way of handling schedules. This new version of the app, saves all schedules under the mydlink™ cloud. Prior app versions save this information in the local device.  This new way of managing schedules, allows the App to uniformly present all schedules settings across all account managing devices (phone, tablets) for ease of management and assignment.

 

There is only one drawback to this newly adapted change, older schedules residing in the device will continue working, but will no longer be available for editing after upgrading to this new version of the App. If a change is require under the new app, you will have to recreate the schedule and assign the newly created schedule to your device in order for those changes to take effect.  This may look as an inconvenience to some of you and we sincerely apologize for it, but hope you understand the benefits of this change are greater in the long run.

The new configurable schedules can now be found in the app main menu (upper left corner, gear looking icon). Once reconfigured, these can be assigned to any device from the schedule option section under the device view.  See images below:

 

Edit a Schedule Main Menu:

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Assign Schedules:
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Jan 28

To hard reset the device, locate the WPS/Reset button on the side of the device.  With the device plugged in and fully on (30-35 seconds after smart plug is connected into the wall outlet), press and hold the WPS/reset button until the status LED turns red (about 10 seconds) and then release it.  Your D-Link DSP-W215 smart plug will reset back to factory setting.  You can begin the setup process once again.

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