Nov 25

Step 1: Log into the ShareCenter Pro

Step 2: Click Backup,then Volume Snapshot

Step 3: Click on Create

Step 4:Fill in required information and Click apply

  • Folder Click the field to show the available folders. Click a folder to see the sub-folders. Double-click a folder to select it.
  • Count  Use the drop-down menu to select the number of snapshots for this job.
  • Schedule  Use the drop-down menu to select manually schedule the job, or schedule to take the snapshot on a daily, weekly or monthly basis.Time Use the drop-down menus to select hour and minute of the day.
  • Weekday  Use the drop-down menu to select the day of-áthe week. Date Use the drop-down menu to select

Step 5: Select the Volume and Click Take Snapshot

Step 6: Click on Yes to start the Job

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Nov 25

Signal strength drop or fluctuation are common causes of RF interference.

Try these basic troubleshooting steps:

  • Change the channel on your access point or wireless router.
  • Change the location of your wireless products. Subtle changes (2-3 feet) can make a big difference. Do not put the access point or wireless router in a cabinet or enclosure.
  • 2.4GHz phones, X-10, and bluetooth devices will interfere with your wireless network. Change the location of the base for your phone, or downgrade to 900Mhz phones, or upgrade to 5.8GHz phones.
  • The wireless signal will degrade (or die completely) when going through brick (fireplace), metal (file cabinet), steel, lead, mirrors, water (fish tank), large appliances, glass, etc.


Nov 22

Step 1: Log into the setup page of the D-Link DWC-1000

Step 2: Click on the Advanced tab

Step 3: Select Routing, and click on Static Routing

Step 4: Click on Add

Step 5: Enter the following information:

Name: <>
Active: Enable
Destination IP Address:
IP Subnet Mask:
Interface: LAN>VLAN
Gateway IP Address: <desired gateway>
Metric: 2

Step 6: Click on Save Settings

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Nov 20

If you are experiencing router reboots, try using the crash recovery method and reflashing an earlier firmware.

Use the following steps to crash recover your D-Link DIR-450:

Step 1 Download the firmware you wish to use from our support site.

Step 2 Unplug the power from the router. Hold in the reset button and plug the power back in. Continue holding for 10 seconds and then release.

Step 3 Statically assign an IP address to your computer in the same IP subnet range: 192.168.0.x (where x is any number between 2 and 254). Your Subnet Mask should be

Step 4 Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape and enter the IP address of the DIR-450 (

Step 5 You should see the crash recovery page. Browse to the location of the firmware on your hard-drive and click the Send button.

Your D-Link router should now be stable and ready to configure.

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Nov 20

• If you have not changed your Wi-Fi settings from the factory defaults, you can use the information from the provided Wi-Fi Configuration card to connect to the router.



• If you have changed your Wi-Fi settings, you should access the web-based configuration utility (see note) and complete the Setup Wizard again.

NOTE: See “How to login to configure the DIR-510L”

• Make sure you write down the settings displayed at the end of the Setup Wizard, so that you can enter them into each wirelessly connected device.

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