This article teaches you how to setup D-Link DHCP settings on the computer.
Step 1: Open the Control Panel on your PC. Select Network Connections.
Using Category view:
You will then need to select Network Connections if you are using Cagegory view:
Step 2: Right click the adapter and select Properties.
- For Ethernet (hardwired) adapters, use the item listed as Ethernet Adapter Local Area Connection.
- For Wireless adapters, use the item listed as Ethernet Adapter Wireless Area Connection.
Step 3: Scroll down the list of items and select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), then click Properties.
Step 4: Select the radio button labeled Obtain an IP address automatically.
Step 5: Click OK on the Internet Protocol properties window to save settings.
Step 6: Click OK on the adapter´s properties window to save settings.
Your adapter is now set to obtain its IP address using DHCP. You may have to right-click the adapter and select Repair to request the new IP using DHCP.
Tags: adapters, DWA-140, IP address
Why can´t my two powerline adapters connect?
1. The two adapters must be connected to power outlets and electrical wiring which belong to the same electrical system.
2. Connect the adapter directly to the wall socket instead of a powerstrip/surge protector. Filtering circuits in the surge protector can interfere with power line technology.
Why is my power-line ethernet adapter slower than 200Mbps?
200Mbps is the theoretical physical rate. Actual throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, and network overhead affects actual throughput rate.
Specific factors which may reduce your effective speeds are power fluctuations EM interference from induction motors such as refrigerators, washer/dryer, microwaves, hair dryers, etc.and poor grounding.
Tags: adapters, DHP-301, PowerLine
The following D-Link adapters have 64 bit drivers available,you can download drivers from http://www.dlink.com and http://tsd.dlink.com.tw
DFE-538TX (Canada Only)
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