Feb 03

Smart Connect creates a ”single” wireless network for your devices to connect to. Behind the scenes, the D-Link router automatically determines whether to connect a device to the 2.4 or 5 GHz band, thereby providing the best speed and range for each device and optimally distributing devices to each network. Smart Connect is enabled by default.

You can turn this feature off and assign separate Wi-Fi network names (SSID) and passwords for each band by following the steps below:

Step 1: Open your web browser and type in http://dlinkrouter.local. or type in the IP address of the router (default – http://192.168.0.1).

Step 2: Enter your password and click Log In.

Step 3: Go to Settings and click Wireless.

Step 4: Next to Smart Connect, click to disable.

Step 5: The wireless settings for each band will now appear. Configure your settings and then click Save.

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Feb 03

Triple Play VLAN allows support for ISPs who offer a multi-service plan. Services such as Internet, voice (VoIP), and video (IPTV) can connect with a single WAN connection and you can then separate each channel to a specific port. For example, you can set all VoIP traffic to port 4 on the router and then connect any VoIP devices to that port.

 

Note: The D-Link DIR-890L requires firmware version 1.11B02.

 

To configure, follow the steps below:

 

Step 1: Open your web browser and type in http://dlinkrouter.local. or type in the IP address of the router (default – http://192.168.0.1).

 

 

Step 2: Enter your router password and then click Log In.

 

 

Step 3: Click on Settings and then click Internet.

 

Step 4: Click the VLAN tab (or click Advanced Settings).

 

 

Step 5: Click either VLAN Settings or Status to Enable.

 

Step 6: Enter the VLAN ID (supplied by your ISP) for each service. You can enable Priority ID and select from the drop-down for each service. Under Interface Traffic Type Settings, assign a service to a LAN port on the router. Click Save.

 

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Feb 03

This example shows the setup of the D-Link COVR-C1203 using Android OS. Apple/iOS setup should be similar.

 

Note: Only Plug in the COVR Point A at the beginning of the setup. Leave the other 2 COVR Points powered off. You can look on the bottom of the COVR point and it will list Point A.

 

Step 1: Download the D-Link Wi-Fi App. The app is available on Google Play and the App Store.

 

 

Step 2: Launch the D-link Wi-Fi app and tap Install Your Device.

 

 

Step 3: Select the COVR-C1203 from the list and tap Next.

 

 

Step 4: Select Create a new Covr network and tap Next.

 

 

Step 5: Unplug the power to your modem or gateway. Tap Next.

 

 

Step 6: Connect the Ethernet cable from your modem/gateway into port 1 on the Covr point A. Tap Next.

 

Note: Do not plug anyting into port 2 during setup.

 

 

Step 7: Power the modem/gateway back on and wait for it to boot up. Tap Next.

 

 

Step 8: Power the Covr point A on and wait for the LED to start blinking orange. Tap Next.

 

 

Step 9: From your mobile device, scan for available Wi-Fi networks and connect to the pre-defined SSID (located on the Configuration card or on the bottom of the device) example: dlink-6AD2

 

 

Step 10: Tap Next. The router will perform a scan to determine the type of internet service you have. If successful, the Internet Setup will be skipped, otherwise you will be prompted for additional information. For PPPoE connections, you will be prompted to enter your PPPoE username and password. If you do not have this information, you need to contact your ISP.

 

 

Step 11: Enter a new Wi-Fi network name (SSID) and a Wi-Fi password for your new network. Tap Next.

 

 

Step 12: Enter a password for the Covr router and Covr Points. This password is used to access the web-based UI of the router. Tap Next.

 

 

Step 13: A summary page will display your settings. Tap Save.

 

 

Step 14: Place the remaining Covr Point(s) anywhere between Covr Point A and the area you want to extend your wireless network to.

 

 

Step 15: Power on the two other COVR Points, wait for them to flash orange, then tap Next.

 

 

 

Step 16: The Covr LED”s should now light up solid white, this means the the Wi-Fi system is ready to use, tap Next.

 

Note: Check the LED indicator on your Covr Points to ensure a good connection:

– Solid White – Strong signal

– Blinking White – Weak signal. Move your Covr Point closer to the Covr Point A until the LED is solid white.

– Blinking Amber – Covr Point(s) cannot receive a signal. Move your Covr Point(s) closer to the Covr Point A until the LED is solid white.

 

 

Step 17: You can connect your Wi-Fi devices to your Covr Wi-Fi network through any of the Covr Points using your Wi-Fi name and password you created. Tap Finish to complete the setup process.

 

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Feb 02

Class of Service (CoS) is a way of managing traffic in a network by grouping similar types of traffic for example: streaming video,voice,etc… and treating each type as a class with its own level of service priority.

Step 1: Open a web browser such as Internet Explorer or Netscape, and enter the IP address of the switch (Ex:192.168.20.223). Press Enter.

Step 2 Enter your username (admin) and your password (blank by default). Click Ok to access the Web Configuration.

Step 3: Click on the plus sign (+) next to QOS, then the plus sign (+) next to Class of Service. Select Interface Queue Configuration.

Step 4: Configure the following:

  • Slot/Port – Specifies all CoS configurable interfaces. The option Global represents the most recent global configuration settings.
    These may be overridden on a per-interface basis.
  • Queue ID – Specifies the queue ID.
  • Minimum Bandwidth – Specifies the minimum guaranteed bandwidth alloted to this queue. The value 0 means no guaranteed minimum.
    The total of individual minimum bandwidth values for all queues in the selected interface cannot exceed 100.
  • Scheduler Type – Specifies the type of scheduling used for this queue, it can only be either Strict or Weighted.
  • Queue Management Type – This is only used if the device supports independent settings per-queue, the default setting is Taildrop

    Step 5: Click Submit.

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Feb 02

Step 1 Open a web browser and type the IP address of the DCS-3220/DCS-3220G in the address bar. Press Enter.

Step 2 Enter your username and password. Click OK.

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

Step 4 Choose one of the following transmission modes using the radio buttons:

  • Full-duplex – Talk and listen simultaneously
  • Half-duplex – Talk or listen, but not at the same time
  • Simplex – Talk only
  • Simplex – Listen only
  • Disable – Disable audio

If you are experiencing problems with audio (i.e. audio is choppy), check Improve audio quality in low bandwidth environment using the check box.

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