Feb 17

Network Configuration:

This setup consists of two networks separated by two VLANS. This example will use the following setup:

Network 1 – 192.168.10.0 /24 – SSID: NET – Corporate Wireless Network
Network 2 – 172.16.0.0 /16 – SSID: Guest – Wireless Guest Network

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Step 1
– Enter the web GUI interface of the DSR using its IP address in a web browser. In our example we have used the IP address of 192.168.10.1

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Accept any certificate warnings you may see, this is perfectly normal and safe

Step 2 – We first now need to create VLANs to separate the traffic

Network > VLAN Settings

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Step 3 – Click on “Add New VLAN”

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VLAN ID: 100
Name: Guest
Captive Portal: ON
Multi VLAN Subnet
IP Address: 172.16.0.1
Subnet: 255.255.0.0
Use the scroll bar to the left to scroll down…

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DHCP Mode: DHCP
Domain Name: Guest
Starting IP Address: 172.16.0.2
Ending IP Address: 172.16.0.1
Primary DNS Server: 172.16.0.1
Lease Time: 24
Click “Save”

Step 4 – We should see the following summary for our VLANS

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Step 5 – We need to create our two profiles, “NET” and “Guest”

Wireless > Profiles

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Step 6 – Right-click on “default1” and click “Edit”

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Step 7 – Change the default values to your SSID. In our example we are using “NET” as our corporative wireless SSID

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SSID: NET
Broadcast SSID: ON
Security: WPA+WPA2
Encryption: TKIP+CCMP
Authentication: PSK
WPA Password: (enter a password for this SSID)
Click “Save”

Step 8 – Click on “Add New Profile” to create a profile for our Guest SSID

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Profile Name: Guest
SSID: Guest
Broadcast SSID: ON
Security: OPEN (Due to our Guest users will need to authenticate with a user and password we will define later)
Click “Save”

Step 9 – You should have two Wireless Profiles (as per our example)

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Step 10 – We now need to add an extra access-point to our configuration to deal with the profile “Guest”

Wireless > Access Points

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Step 11 – Click on “Add New Access Point”

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AP Name: ap2
Profile Name: Guest (Drop down box to display profiles available)
WLAN Partition: ON
*Active Time: Here you can set a time for from and to you would like the access-point to be available.

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In our example, we have chosen not to use this feature

Click “Save”

Step 12 – We now need to associate the Guest SSID to VLAN100

Network > Port VLAN

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Step 13 – Right-click on “Guest” and enter for PVID 100 (The VLAN we created in step 3)

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Click “Save”

Step 14 – So that our guest users are able to login and authenticate against the local database, we need to add a new Group – Security > Internal User Database > Groups

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Step 15 – Click on “Add New Group”

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Group Name: CP
Description: Captive Portal
User Type: Network  Captive Portal User: ON
Idle Timeout: 10

Click “Save”

Group List Summary:

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Step 16 – We now need to a associate a User to our new Group – Security > Internal User Database > Users

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Step 17
– Click on “Add New User”

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User Name
: CP
First Name: CP
Last Name: CP
Select Group: CP
MultiLogin: ON
Password: (Enter the password the guest will need to use for authentication)

Click “Save”

Users List Summary:

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Login from a Laptop with Window 7:

Step 18 – Open your wireless card adapter and now search for SSID “Guest”

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Step 19 – Once connected, open a web browser and try to go to a web site, for example dlink.com

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Username: CP (User created in Step 17)

Password: (Password created in Step 17)

Click “Login”

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Login from a Windows Phone:

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Login from an iPad:

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Step 20 – To see the clients connected – Status > Network Information > CaptivePortal Sessions

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Step 21 – Within this section you are able to manage ALL connected devices by right-clicking over the session and choose between; “Disconnect” or “Blocking Device”

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Disconnect – This will simply disconnect the wireless device from the session and will be forced to login via the portal

Block Device – This will block the wireless device and will automatically be placed into the Firewall Blocked Client List

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Oct 22

If the ADSL light does not turn on, this means that the modemcannot establish a connection with your ISP. There are severalsteps you can take to try and resolve this problem:

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  • Verify the ADSL cable is securely inserted into both themodem/router’s ADSL port and the microfilter.
  • If you have multiple telephone sockets on your premises, ensurethat the modem/router is connected to the master socket, i.e. theone closest to the point the telephone line enters thepremises.
  • If you have other devices attached to your telephone line,ensure that these are plugged into a microfilter. If the line issplit, e.g. using splitters or by having multiple extensions, makesure that the microfilter is plugged in before the split, or ensurethat all devices after the split are plugged into a microfilterthemselves.
  • Try upgrading the firmware on your router to the latestversion.

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Sep 27

How to connect D-Link your router GO-RT-N300?

1.Unplug the power to your DSL or Cable modem.

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2.Connect an Ethernet cable from the Internet port of the router to the Ethernet port on your DSL or Cable modem.

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3.Connect another Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on your computer to one of the LAN ports on the router. You can also connect wirelessly to the router with your computer. Complete steps 4 and 5 before attempting to connect.

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4.Plug the power back into your DSL or cable modem. Please wait about one minute before continuing.

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5.Plug the power adapter into your router and connect to an available power outlet or surge protector. If the Power LED does not light up, press the Power button on the back of the router.If connecting wirelessly, open your wireless utility on your computer and connect to the router. The Wi-Fi network (SSID) is GO-RT-N300 with no password.

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6. 6 After the router has powered up, verify that the Power and Internet LEDs are both lit. Proceed with router configuration.

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Sep 27

D-Link N300 Wi-Fi Router GO-RT-N300 Overview

  • Latest N Technology – Get on-line faster with the latest N technology for increased speed and range
  • Repeater Mode – Works as a repeater for expanded wireless coverage in the farthest corners of your home
  • Wired Connectivity – Four Ethernet ports for fast wired connections
  • Setup – Easy setup via a web browser
  • Data Security – Security features will keep your data and network safe
  • Network Management – Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) to quickly add devices to your network

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Jul 12

The SharePort Mobile app allows you to conveniently stream media and share files stored on a USB drive connected to your router. Connect from a local network to access your photos, videos, music, and documents. You can upload files and photos from your mobile device to your router’s USB drive via the app wirelessly!

1. Make sure the DIR-890L is powered on. Then plug your USB drive into the USB port on the back of your router.

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Note: If you connect a USB drive that contains numerous large files, it may take a while for the router to scan and catalog all of your files.

2. Use your Windows 8/RT mobile device to search for the free SharePort Mobile app from the Windows Store.

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3. On your mobile device, go to your Wi-Fi settings and connect to your router’s wireless network using the default Wi-Fi settings. By default,

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your Network Name and Password are:

• Wi-Fi Network Name (SSID): dlink-XXXX*
• Password: (leave this blank)

*Note: For the 2.4GHz band, the SSID is dlink-XXXX, with XXXX representing the last four digits of your router’s MAC address. For the 5GHz band, the SSID is dlink-XXXX-5GHz.

4. Once connected, tap the SharePort Mobile icon, and the app will download.

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5. At the main menu, if you see any greyed out icons, swipe the right edge of the screen to bring up Settings. Then tap SharePort Settings and enter your admin Password. Tap on the back icon (<) to exit settings and log in.

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6. You will see the SharePort Mobile main menu.

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