May 12

To set your computer to obtain IP address automatically (DHCP):

Step 1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Network.

Step 2. Select the network connection you want to use (such as Ethernet) in the list.

Step 3. Click the ‘Configure IPv4’ pop-up menu, then choose this option: Using DHCP.

To set your computer with a static IP address:

Step 1. Choose Apple menu > System Preferences, then click Network.

Step 2. Select the network connection you want to use (such as Ethernet) in the list.

Step 3. Click the ‘Configure IPv4’ pop-up menu, then choose this option: Manually.

Step 4. Enter the address in the IP Address field. Specify other information such as the subnet mask, router address, and Domain Name System (DNS) server address. To enter the DNS server address, click Advanced, click DNS, then click the Add button + and enter the address.

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Sep 27

Below are the recommended system requirements for the Nuclias Connect software:

 

Small Scale:

 

  • Maximum Managed APs – up to 100
  • CPU – Intel® Core™ i5 Processors, 3.2 GHz or better
  • RAM – 8GB DDR3 or higher
  • Storage – 2TB
  • Monitor Resolution – 1080P or better
  • Supported OS – Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) / Server 2016 (64-bit) / CentOS7 / Ubuntu Cosmic 18.10 / Bionic 18.04 (LTS) / Xenial 16.04 (LTS)
  • Recommented Web Browser – Edge, Chrome, or Safari (latest versions)
  • Recommended Uplink Bandwidth – At least 10Mbps

 


Large Scale

 

  • Maximum Managed APs – up to 1000
  • CPU – 8th Generation Intel® Core™, i7 Processors or better
  • RAM – 16GB DDR3 or higher
  • Storage – 4TB
  • Monitor Resolution – 1080P or better
  • Supported OS – Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) / Server 2016 (64-bit) / CentOS7 / Ubuntu Cosmic 18.10 / Bionic 18.04 (LTS) / Xenial 16.04 (LTS)
  • Recommented Web Browser – Edge, Chrome, or Safari (latest versions)
  • Recommended Uplink Bandwidth – At least 20Mbps

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Aug 27

Note: The following instructions and screenshots are for Windows® 7. Other versions of Windows may have a slightly different appearances.

Step 1: Click on the network icon in the bottom right corner (next to the clock).

Step 2: Select the wireless network you want to connect to and click Connect.

Step 3: If you have a Wi-Fi password (security key) configured on your extender, enter the password and click OK.

Step 4: Select the Network Type.

Step 5: Your computer is now connected. The computer should now automatically connect to this network when it is within range.

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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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