Feb 10
Access Point IP Address Default Username Default Password
DWL-700AP admin blank
DWL-810 admin blank
DWL-800AP+ admin blank
DWL-900AP N/A public
DWL-900AP+ admin blank
DWL-1700AP admin root
DWL-1750 admin root
DWL-2000AP admin blank
DWL-2100AP admin blank
DWL-2200AP admin blank
DWL-2210AP admin admin
DWL-2700AP admin blank
DWL-3150 admin blank
DWL-3200AP admin blank
DWL-5000AP admin blank
DWL-7000AP admin blank
DWL-7100AP admin blank
DWL-7200AP admin blank
DWL-7700AP admin blank
DWL-8200AP admin blank
DWL-AG700AP admin blank
DWL-G700AP admin blank
DWL-G730AP admin blank

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Feb 10

Multiple SSIDs are only supported in AP mode. One primary SSID and at most seven guest SSIDs (depending on model) can be configured to allow virtual segregation stations which share the same channel.

Furthermore, you can enable the VLAN State to allow the Business Class AP to work with VLAN-supported switches or other devices. When the Primary SSID is set to Open System without encryption, the Guest SSIDs can only be set to no encryption, WEP, WPA-Personal or WPA2-Personal.

When the Primary SSIDs security is set to Open or Shared System WEP key, the Guest SSIDs can be set to use no encryption, use three other WEP keys, WPA-Personal, or WPA2-Personal.

When the Primary SSIDs security is set to WPA-Personal, WPA2-Personal, or WPA-Auto-Personal, slot 2 and slot 3 are used. The Guest SSIDs can be set to use no encryption, WEP, or WPA-Personal.

When the Primary SSIDs security is set to WPA-Enterprise, WPA2-Enterprise, or WPA-Auto-Enterprise, the Guest SSIDs can be set to use any security.

Business Class APs listed in this FAQ will support VLANs. VLANs can be created with a Name and VID. Mgmt (TCP stack), LAN, Primary / Multiple SSID and WDS Connection can be assigned to VLAN as they are physical ports. Any packet that enters the AP without a VLAN tag will have a VLAN tag inserted with a PVID.

Step 1: As most APs, the default static IP address is

Step 2: Setup the AP with an IP Address pertaining to your Management Subnet.

Step 3: Prepare your Primary SSID in the Basic Settings.

Step 4: In Advanced Settings go into Multi-SSID to enable and start adding more SSIDs.


Step 5: Use the Index selection to activate the next SSID and configure the settings. Only by clicking on the ADD button will the next SSID be added to the AP. Add as many as you want or the amount supported by the AP from the Index list.

Step 6: In Advanced Settings select VLAN and Enable with the radio button. In the VLAN List, click on the edit icon to enter the default VLAN settings.

Step 7: In this default VLAN, maintain the Management and the LAN port, Untagged . Modify which SSIDs will belong to the default VLAN, though in most cases it´s only the Primary SSID. Once again, click on the ADD button to make the changes.


Step 8: Click on the ADD/EDIT VLAN tab, to add each of the next VLAN ID, Name and associated SSID. The LAN port has to be Tagged but the Management port set to Not A Member.


Step 9: Click on ADD for each addition. Confirm that all is assign correctly in the VLAN List.


Step 10: Click on the PVID Setting tab. Preferably set to Auto Assign if single VLANs are assign to each SSID. Click on Apply to finalize.


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Feb 07

Step 1: Right click on My Computer and select Manage.

Step 2: In the left window pane select Device Manager and in the right window pane right click on Network Adapters and select Scan for hardware changes.


Step 3: Device Manager will begin scanning for hardware.

Step 4: A Found New Hardware Wizard will pop up. Select No, not at this time and click Next.


Step 5: Select Install from a list or a specific location(Advanced) and click Next.


Step 6: Search for best drivers in these locations. Select Include this location in the search and click on Browse.

Note: Assuming you have the driver on your Desktop this is where you would go to Browse for the driver and click OK.


Step 7: Select the latest driver and click Next.


Step 8:The wizard will begin installing software.

Step 9: Click Finish.


Step 10: Wilress Networks should be detected in the system tray. Double click the icon to connect to a wireless network.

Step 11: Select the desired Network name (SSID) and click Connect.


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Feb 04

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DWL-2700AP in the address bar (default is Press Enter.

Step 2: Enter your username (admin) and your password (default password is blank). Click OK to continue.

Step 3: Click the Advanced tab and then click Filters to the left.

Step 4: Next to Access Control select one of the following modes using the drop-down list:
Disabled – Disables this feature and will allow all wireless clients to connect.
Accept – Blocks all clients except for what you enter in the list.
Reject – Allows all clients except for what you enter in the list.



Step 5: Enter the MAC address of the wireless adapter(s) that you wish to Accept or Reject.

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

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Feb 02

1.What D-Link devices support WDS?

the following D-Link access points support WDS (Wireless Distribution System):

  • DWL-900AP+
  • DWL-1000AP+
  • DWL-2100AP
  • DWL-2200AP
  • DWL-2210AP
  • DWL-2700AP
  • DWL-3200AP
  • DWL-7100AP
  • DWL-7200AP
  • DWL-7700AP
  • DWL-8200AP
  • DGL-4300

    2.What Access Points can bridge with each other?

    The DWL-2100AP, DWL-2200AP, DWL-2700AP, DWL-3200AP, DWL-7100AP, DWL-7200AP and DWL-7700AP can bridge with itself or with each other in PTP or PTMP mode. The Access Points have to use the following:

      Access Points           Firmware



     DWL-2100AP            2.00



     DWL-2200AP             1.00



     DWL-2700AP            1.02



     DWL-3200AP             2.00



     DWL-7100AP             2.00



     DWL-7700AP             1.00



     DWL-8200AP             1.00

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