Dec 04

The DWL-2100AP allows you to select whether or not either wireless band can pass information, via the Internal Station Connection option. If this feature is not enabled, that particular wireless band will not be able to pass any information through the Access Point. This feature effectively segregates the wireless band of your choice from the rest of the Network. With Ethernet-to-WLAN Access disabled, information sent from the Ethernet side will not be passed to the Wireless Clients. However, wireless clients will still be able to transmit across Ethernet for browsing, etc.

Step 1 Open your web browser such as Internet Explorer and enter the IP address of the DWL-2100AP in the Address bar and press Enter. The default IP address is

Step 2 Enter your username (admin) and your password (leave blank by default). Click OK.

Step 3 Select the Advanced tab and then click Filters on the left side.

Step 4 Click on WLAN Partition.


Step 5 There are 2 different filters you can use to control traffic on your network. Select Enabled from the corresponding drop down box to enable the feature.

Internal Station Connection

  • Enabled – this will allow wireless clients to communicate with each other (within the same wireless band).
  • Disabled – wireless clients are not allowed to exchange data with each other (within the same wireless band).

Ethernet to WLAN Access

  • Enabled – Ethernet devices can exchange data with wireless devices using the Access Point.
  • Disabled – Ethernet devices are not allowed to send data to wireless devices associated with the Access Point. However, wireless devices can still send data to the Ethernet devices.

Step 6 Click Apply to save your settings

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Dec 03

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Dec. 2, 2014 

Today D-Link announced it is shipping the mydlink® Network Video Recorder with HDMI Output (D-Link DNR-312L). Designed with small business owners in mind, the DNR-312L NVR is simple to set up and operate and allows users to keep a close eye on their businesses locally with a mouse and HD monitor, or remotely with a phone, tablet or PC. Users can customize the ideal security solution by mixing and matching up to nine D-Link® network cameras, and can view, record and play back footage from all nine cameras simultaneously.


With plug and play configuration, the DNR-312L automatically finds and records video and audio from D-Link network cameras and can be set to record continuously, on a schedule or based on motion. Its single storage bay accepts a hard drive up to 6TB in size, providing a recording retention period of 30 days or longer. A scheduled back-up function allows one or more camera recordings to be backed up to a USB drive, network storage or an FTP server.

“The D-Link DNR-312L NVR is a great solution for restaurants, gas stations, liquor stores, and other small footprint retail locations,” said Vance Kozik, director of marketing for IP Surveillance, D-Link Systems, Inc. “The ability to plug the DNR-312L directly into a 1080p monitor and be able to view, play back and export video without the need for a computer makes this NVR an ideal solution for a small business. The 1080p monitor support also enables a store owner or manager to display live video so customers are aware of the store’s surveillance without having to dedicate additional resources.”

A variety of viewing options exist for the DNR-312L, including web browser, mobile app and the native HDMI port. The graphic user interface look, feel and functionality of the HDMI output is closely matched by the web browser interface for a consistent user experience. Functions include camera search, e-map support and on screen display of date, time, camera name, frame rate, and bandwidth. Additionally, the DNR-312L supports two independent streaming profiles from D-Link network cameras. One stream is high resolution to capture the important details. The second stream is lower resolution and is used for the nine-camera view and for mobile app use. Both streams are simultaneously recorded and available for playback.

More about the D-Link DNR-312L:

  • View, record, play back, export up to nine D-Link network cameras
  • HDMI output for 1080p monitors
  • Free mobile app for viewing live and recorded video
  • Web browser client matches HDMI interface and supports most popular browsers
  • Continuous, scheduled or motion detection recording
  • Two USB ports for mouse and optional storage back-up
  • Pan/tilt/zoom controls for PTZ cameras
  • E-Map function shows map of cameras with activity icons
  • Drag and drop camera support for customizing viewing screen
  • mydlink cloud service included

Pricing & Availability

The DNR-312L is available now for a manufacturer’s suggested price of $349.99. D-Link is also offering a special promotion through Dec. 31, 2014 – for more information, visit

D-Link’s Network Video Recorders and IP surveillance cameras are sold through D-Link’s vast network of channel partners, including value-added resellers, solution providers and distributors. For more information about the DNR-312L, visit For more information about all of D-Link’s IP surveillance solutions for business, visit

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Dec 03

Dynamic DNS (DDNS) allows remote administration of the unit or FTP access using a domain name in situations where a static IP address is not available. Each time a new dynamic IP address is pulled, the the Unit updates the IP address with the DDNS service provider.

Step 1: Register with one of the following DDNS providers:

Write down the URL and login information you obtained after registering with one of the above DDNS providers.

Step 2: Log into the web-based configuration of the D-Link ShareCenter Pro

Step 3: Click the Network Services and then click Dynamic DNS


Step 4: Click the Enable DDNS checkbox.

Step 5: Select the provider that you registered with from the drop-down list next to Server Address.

Step 6: Using the information you obtained in Step 1 enter the domain name that you created (i.e. in the field by Host Name. Enter your login information for the account in the Username/Key,Password/Key, and verify Password/Key fields.

Step 7: Click Apply to save the new settings.

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Dec 03

Step 1: Connect the serial cable to the switch and connect using a terminal application (ex: hyperterminal, Teraterm…etc.)

Step 2: Reboot the D-Link switch and select 2 to start the boot menu.

Step 3: Select number 10 to (Restore configuration to factory defaults (delete config files) and number one to start operation code than click on Enter.


CPU Card ID: 0xa28245
Boot Menu Version (Date): 14 MAR 2008
Select an option. If no selection in 10 seconds then
operational code will start.

1 – Start operational code.
2 – Start Boot Menu.
Select (1, 2):2

Boot Menu Version (Date): 14 MAR 2008

Options available
1- Start operational code
2- Change baud rate
3- Retrieve event log using XMODEM
4- Load new operational code using XMODEM
5- Display operational code vital product data
6- Run flash diagnostics
7- Update boot code
8- Delete operational code
9- Reset the system
10 – Restore configuration to factory defaults (delete config files)
11 – Activate Backup Image
[Boot Menu] 10
[Boot Menu] 1

Operational Code Date: Tue Aug 17 01:16:14 2010
Uncompressing….. 100%
Attaching interface lo0…done

Adding 41648 symbols for standalone.

(Unit 1)>

Step 4) Login to the DWS both Telnet or WEB, using the default ID “admin” without Password.

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Nov 30

**WARNING** Read Before Upgrading Firmware.

New firmware for the DNS-323 often affects the way hard drives are formatted and the way files are handled.

To avoid potential complications and loss of files, please back up all files to another location before upgrading firmware.

After the upgrade, re-format your hard drives if upgrading from Shipping firmware 1.00 or 1.01 and if hard drives are formatted in EXT3.

Once the hard drives have been re-formatted, it will be safe to move your files back onto the DNS.

Step 1: Download the latest firmware from

Step 2: Once you’ve downloaded the firmware, open a web browser and log into your D-Link DNS-323.

Step 3: Enter your username (admin) and your password. Click Configuration to enter the web configuration for the device.

Step 4: Click on the Tools tab and then the Firmware button on the left side. Click on the Browse button and browse to the .bin (or .dlf) file you downloaded in Step 1. Highlight the file by clicking on it once and click Open.


Step 5: Click Apply. It may take a up to 30 seconds for the upgrade to complete. Click on the Continue button. The firmware is now upgraded.

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