Jan 05

 Installing in Access Point Mode

Plug the supplied power adapter into your DAP-1665 and connect it to the outlet or surge protector. Press thePower button on the back of the device. Verify that the Power LED is lit.

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  1. Attach one end of the included Ethernet cable to the LAN port on the back of the D-Link DAP-1665, and the other end into the Ethernet port on your wireless router.A10717_image2
  2. From the computer connected to your wireless router, open a web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome) and enter http://dlinkap.local./. Windows XP users can enter http://dlinkap. Use the Setup Wizard to configure your AP.A10717_image3
  3. At the login screen, select Admin from the User Name drop-down menu and leave the password blank. Click Log In to continue.A10717_image4
  4. Click Launch Wireless Setup Wizard and you will be guided through the steps required to get your access point up and running.A10717_image5
  5. You will see the welcome screen for the Wi-Fi Connection Setup Wizard. Click Next to continue.A10717_image6
  6. Select Access Point from the Wireless Mode drop-down menu. Click Next to continue.A10717_image7
  7. Enter a 2.4Ghz and 5GHz Wi-Fi Network Name and Wi-Fi Password. Click Next to continue.A10717_image8
  8. When setup is complete, make a note of your settings and click Save. The DAP-1665 will reboot.

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Your setup is complete. 

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Jan 03

Step 1: Ensure your USB drive is properly connected to your D-Link DIR-850L

Step 2: Check USB driver/ SD card status from router’s Web UI.

Step 2.1: Open your web browser and enter http://dlinkrouter or http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 into the address bar.

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Step 2.2: The default username is admin and the password is blank (nothing). Click Login.

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Step 2.3 Click on the Setup tab at the top then click Storage on the left side

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Step 2.4 Check the storage status

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Step 3: From a computer connected to the router:

Windows XP

  1. Click Start then go to Run
  2. Type \\ followed by the IP address of the router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- \\192.168.0.1

  1. Click OK

 

Windows 7

  1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Run
  2. Type \\ followed by the IP address of the router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- \\192.168.0.1

  1. Click OK

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MAC OSX

  1. Click Go > Connect to Server
  2. Type smb:// followed by the IP address of the router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- smb://192.168.0.1

Click Connect

Note: If prompted for password, select GUEST access

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Jan 03

Do your staff need a way to easily and securely connect to the office when they’re out and about?

Many companies prefer to keep their data and software running on servers that are in their own offices, not in the cloud. That means your staff need a way to easily and securely connect to the office when they’re out and about.

The D-Link DWR-925 router

Virtual Private Networks have been the standard way to do this for close to two decades. Essentially, using some smart software, it’s possible to create an encrypted connection across the Internet. That requires some software on the client systems and a router that allows your internal network to securely connect to the outside world.

D-Link has introduced their new DWR-925 4G/LTE VPN Router. This device allows users to create a private network from the home or office with a simple setup and advanced configuration options that guarantee security and easy access to mobile broadband networks.

Given that your business needs to stay constantly connected, it has the capacity for you to connect two Internet services to the router. One can be your primary cable, ADSL or NBN connection with the other coming from the 4G/LTE modem that’s built into the device – all you need is a SIM card from your preferred carrier. That way, if the main connection fails, the D-Link DWR-925 can automatically failover to the secondary connection.

VPN support covers all the main bases with IPSec, L2TP, and PPTP connections supported. There are four Ethernet ports so you can connect wired devices within your network although these are limited to 10/100 connections and not the more recent Gigabit standard. Wireless connectivity is covered by 802.11 b/g/n. It lacks support for the more recent, and backwards compatible, 80211ac standard.

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Dec 31

Step 1: Open your web browser and enter http://dlinkrouter or http://dlinkrouter.local into the address bar.

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Step 2: At the login page, enter the Admin password. If you have not changed the administrator password, leave the field blank. Click Log In.

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Step 3: Move cursor to the Management tab and then click System.

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Step 4: Click Save the Settings To File.

Note: Depending on your browser, a ‘File Download’ dialog may appear, allowing you to select a location and file name for the settings file. The file may also be automatically saved to your default ‘Downloads’ folder.

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Dec 31

 Installation Repeater Mode

Find an available power outlet near your wireless router. Plug the supplied power adapter into your DAP-1665 and connect it to the outlet or to a surge protector. Press the Power switch on the back of the device. Verify that the Power LED is lit.

Note:
If your router does not have WPS, skip  to the section Configure Using a Web Browser.


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  • Press the WPS button on your existing wireless router or AP.
    Note: Usually the WPS LED will start to blink. If necessary, check your router’s user manual for more information.

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  • Within one minute, press and hold the WPS button on the side of the DAP-1665 for about one second. The WPS LED will blink. When the Security LED becomes a solid green, it means wireless security is enabled. Allow up to two minutes for the WPS process to complete.
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    ote: For optimal performance using Repeater Mode, place your DAP-1665 in between your router and your dead zone, making sure it’s placed in a location where the signal is still strong.

 

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Connect Your Wireless Devices

From your wireless device go to the Wireless Utility to display the available wireless networks and select the Wi-Fi Network Name (SSID) that is located on your configuration card (ex: dlink-a8fa). Then, enter the Wi-Fi password which is also located on your configuration card. (ex: akbdj19368).

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  • Your device is now connected to the DAP-1665 and can connect to your wireless router.

 

 

Your setup is complete! 
Configure Using a Web Browser
  1. Find an available power outlet near your wireless router. Plug the supplied power adapter into your DAP-1665 and connect it to the outlet or to a surge protector. Press the Power switch on the back of the device. Verify that the Power LED is lit.A10718_image11
  2. From the computer connected to your wireless router, open a web browser (e.g., Internet Explorer, Firefox, Safari, or Chrome). Enter http://dlinkap.local./. Windows XP users can enter http://dlinkap. Use the Setup Wizard to configure your AP manually.
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NOTE: The default IP address is 192.168.0.50. Once the DAP-1665 (in Repeater or Client mode) connects to your router, it will get assigned a new IP address based on your router/network’s DHCP settings. You will need to log in to your router and view the DHCP table to see what IP address was assigned to the DAP-1665. The MAC address is printed on the label on the bottom of the device.

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