Jan 08

For best results, the range extender needs to be placed in an area where it receives good signal from the extending source (router).

If the extender is placed in an area where signal strength is poor, it will not be able to properly extend the signal.

D-Link suggests placing the extender approximately half way between the source (router) and the desired area you want to provide coverage to.

Proper Placement

Improper Placement



Note: The D-Link DAP-1325, DAP-1330, DAP-1620, DAP-1720, DAP-1820, and DAP-1860 have a built in Signal Strength Indicator LEDs. The more lit bars on the Signal Indicator LED, the better the wireless signal.


To improve the connection quality, the extender should be relocated closer to the home wireless router.


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Jan 07

Solid White

– Your COVR system is working properly.


Flashing White 

– If any of your COVR points are flashing white, it means that it is getting a weak signal to another COVR point. Try moving the COVR point closer to COVR Point A.


Flashing Orange on COVR-Point A

– If your COVR Point A is flashing Orange, this means that it is not getting a connection to the internet.


– DSL/PPPoE Internet Users

– If using a DSL/PPPoE internet service, verify the username and password you entered is correct.


– Cable Internet Users

– If using a cable internet service, try powering off your modem for 30 seconds (removing any backup battery if applicable) and powering it back on.


Flashing Orange on other Covr Points (not A)

– If any of your COVR extenders are flashing orange (NOT Covr point A), its means it is not in range or could not connect to another COVR point. Try moving the COVR extender closer to another COVR point.


Solid Red 

– Your COVR points will be solid red during boot up (powered on). Boot up can take anywhere from 2-3 minutes.


Flashing Red 

– Flashing Red indicates that there is a problem with the device. If flashing red, please contact our tech support team at 1-877-453-5465 (USA only) or via email at support.dlink.com/covr-c1203-us.

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Sep 08

Step 1: Launch the SharePort Mobile App

Step 2: Click on File and select your file

Step 3: Click on the Favorite Icon to allow for offline viewing and click file to go back

Step 4: Click on Home

Step 5: Scroll over to Favorites and select your file

Step 6: Click on the  Icon to select the application to open the file

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Jun 12

Firefox 52 has removed all support for Netscape Plugin API (NPAPI). Plugins such as the D-Link mydlink plugin, Silverlight, Java, and Acrobat are no longer supported. mydlink portal uses mydlink plugin to access mydlink devices, and since mydlink plugin no longer works on Firefox 52, Firefox users are stuck at the plugin download page. Please note that customers using Firefox 51 are not affected. Internet Explorer and Safari still support these plugins.

Firefox users may download and install Firefox 52 ESR (Extended Support Release) which still support mydlink plugin.


Learn more about Firefox ESR here: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/organizations/


The Firefox 52 and Firefox ESR browsers can co-exist on the same computer. We suggest keeping both browser versions on your computer.

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Jan 26

You may use an Airplay®, iTunes, or any DLNA-enabled device that is connected to your extended network to play music to the speakers you connected to the D-Link DCH-M225.

For Apple Airplay:

  1. Open iTunes (or the Airplay music app* on your iOS device)
  2. Click the Airplay icon.
  3. Select the DCH-M225 from the destination list.
  4. Click Play and the music will stream to the extender.


  1. Download and install a DLNA music app*.
  2. Verify that DLNA is enabled on your device.
  3. Within the app, select the DCH-M225 from the “play to” or destination list.
  4. Click Play and the music will stream to the extender.

* Refer to the documentation of the app for more information.

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