This article teaches you how to setup D-Link DHCP settings on the computer.
Step 1: Open the Control Panel on your PC. Select Network Connections.
Using Category view:
You will then need to select Network Connections if you are using Cagegory view:
Step 2: Right click the adapter and select Properties.
- For Ethernet (hardwired) adapters, use the item listed as Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection.
- For Wireless adapters, use the item listed as Ethernet Adapter Wireless Area Connection.
Step 3: Scroll down the list of items and select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties.
Step 4: Select the radio button labeled Obtain an IP address automatically.
Step 5: Click OK on the Internet Protocol properties window to save settings.
Step 6: Click OK on the adapter´s properties window to save settings.
Your adapter is now set to obtain its IP address using DHCP. You may have to right-click the adapter and select Repair to request the new IP using DHCP.
Tags: adapters, DWA-140, IP address
Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DVG-1402S in the address bar (default is 192.168.15.1). Press Enter.
Step 2: Click Login to the web-based management module.
Step 3: On the left side click Configure WAN/LAN Access > Configure LAN Port > Configure LAN Port.
Step 4: Below LAN IP Settings, enter the new IP address next to LAN IP Address.
Step 5: Click Save, but do not restart the device. The DHCP server of the DVG-1402S will not be updated with the new LAN IP information automatically. It will have to be updated manually.
Step 6: On the left side click Configure WAN/LAN Access > Configure LAN Port > DHCP Configuration > Dynamic IP Assignment.
Step 7: Change the settings on the Dynamic IP Assignment page to match those saved in Step 4.
Step 8: Click Save.
Step 9: On the left side click Save and Restart System.
Step 10: Select Yes next to Do you want to save the settings? and then click Restart.
Step 11: Release/renew the IP address on your computer. Reboot your computer if you are unable to renew the IP address.
Tags: Broadband Phone, DVG-1402S
D-Link has introduced a new 4 Port USB 2.0 Pocket Hub – D-Link DUB-1040. This new 4 Port USB Pocket hub provides additional USB 2.0 ports for notebooks and computers. Hence, one can connect more USB devices like as digital cameras, hard drives, mice, keyboards, printers, scanners, and other peripherals.
The new D-Link DUB-1040 Pocket Hub is small adequate to acquire carried anywhere. much more importantly, it provides the enhanced USB 2.0 all round performance with send speeds of as very much as 480Mbps. It’s also backward compatible with USB 1.1 devices. providing seamless connection, there are no energy switches or buttons on this Pocket Hub.
Designed for PC and Mac notebook users, DUB-1040 provides a simple, cost-effective USB connectivity and ultimately portable solution. For the PC platform, it supports Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows Vista and Windows 7 – that’s quite a long list. Apple Macs running Mac OS 8.6 to 9.0 and Mac OS X 10.2 or higher can make use of this Pocket Hub.
Highlights of the D-Link DUB-1040 Pocket Hub are:
– 4 external auto speed selectable USB Type A downstream ports.
– Connects up to a maximum of 127 USB devices through cascading multiple hubs.
– Support Plug & Play and hot-swap functions.
The D-Link DUB-1040 is currently available for Rs. 470 and is backed by a 1 year warranty.
Tags: DUB-1040, USB Pocket Hub
Note: If your unit is running any firmware before 126.96.36.199 YOU WILL NEED TO UPGRADE IN SEQUENCE till you get to 188.8.131.52. After this firmware you don´t need to upgrade in sequence and can jump to the latest firmware.
Step 1: Access the unit through the Management port and log into your SAN through the GUI.
Step 2: Click on the Firmware Image Info tab and click on View > Firmware Upgrade.
Step 3: Click OK to continue with the firmware upgrade.
Step 4: Select the location of the firmware on your computer and click Open
Step 5: The firmware upgrade process will begin.
Step 6: Click OK to restart your unit.
Step 7: Click OK and the Management Console will exit.
Note: The D-Link SAN will take a few minutes for it to fully boot. Any firmware after 184.108.40.206 will have a new User Interface. Also, more user friendly to navigate through
Tags: DSN Series, storage
Step 1: Access the D-Link DSN-3200 SAN through the GUI by typing the Management Port IP of the SAN into a web browser and log into the unit.
Once you have logged in Select Network Settings in the left windows pane, select and right-click on the Ethernet Port that needs a portal IP address and and Create Portal.
Step 2: Enter in the desired IP address, Subnet Mask and Gateway. Click OK after.
Step 3: The Ethernet Port you just modified should now show up as Online and active in Green.
Tags: DSN-3200, SAN