Dec 18

Method 1

Step 1: Open an Internet browser (such as Internet Explorer) and enter http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 into the address bar.

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Step 2: Enter the password for your Admin account in the field provided. If you have not changed this password from the default, leave the field blank. Click Log In.

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Step 3: Move the cursor to the Settings tab and then click Wireless from the drop-down menu.

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Your wireless network information should now be visible, including your wireless passwords for both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz networks.

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Method 2

 

If you’ve registered your router with mydlink, you may log in to the mydlink web portal atwww.mydlink.com to modify your router’s settings.

 

Step 1: Go to https://www.mydlink.com

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Step 2: Log in to mydlink with your existing mydlink account name and password.

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Step 3: Choose the router from My Devices on the left-hand side of the page. Go to the Settings tab.

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Step 4: Go to Basic Settings and click the arrow for the wireless band you wish to see the password for. The information for the band you selected will appear. Check the Show Password box next to the Wi-Fi Password field to view your password. You can also enter a new password at this time.

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Step 5: Click Save if you have made changes to your settings.

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Step 6: To confirm the changes, click Yes. It will take at least 80 seconds to save the changes and reboot the router.

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Dec 17

Step 1: Ensure your USB drive is properly inserted into the USB port on your D-Link DIR-860L.

 

Step 2: Check USB driver/ SD card status from D-Link router’s Web UI.

 

Step 2.1: Open an Internet browser (such as Internet Explorer) and enter http://dlinkrouter, http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 into the address bar.

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Step 2.2: Enter your login information. If you have not changed the default settings, the username is Admin and the password field should be left blank. Click Login.

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Step 2.3: Click on the Setup tab at the top then click Storage from the menu on the left-hand side.

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Step 2.4: Check the storage status. The information displayed here should reflect the characteristics of the USB drive plugged into the USB port.

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Step 3: From a computer connected to the router:

 

Windows XP

  1. Click Start > Run
  2. Type \\IP address of the router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- \\192.168.0.1

  1. Click OK

 

Windows 7

  1. Click Start > All Programs > Accessories > Run
  2. Type \\ IP address of the router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- \\192.168.0.1

  1. Click OK
  2. If you are prompted to enter a Username and Password, enter the credentials that you use to log in to the web-based configuration utility.
  3. A window will appear, showing the shared folder.

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MAC OSX

  1. Click Go > Connect to Server
  2. Type smb://ip of router (default is 192.168.0.1)

Example- smb://192.168.0.1

Click Connect

Note: If prompted for password, select GUEST access

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Dec 13

Step 1 Verify the IP address of the computer you want to access.

Step 2 Access the router’s web management by entering its IP address in the browser (192.168.0.1). Username isadmin and the password is left blank.

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Step 3 Click the Advanced tab, then click the Virtual Server button.

Step 4 Enter the following information:

  • Click Enabled
  • Private IP address: Enter the IP address of the computer you want to access.
  • Protocol Type: Select Both.
  • Public Port/Private Port: Enter 3389 in both the public and private port fields.
  • Schedule: Click Always.

Step 5 Click Apply and then Continue.

Step 6 To access the computer from the Internet, you must use the WAN IP address of the router, not the computer. To get the WAN IP address of the router, login as above and click on the Status tab.

NAT does not allow forwarding the same service port to multiple computers.

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Nov 05

Step 1: Position your D-Link DIR-816L Router near your Internet-connected modem and PC . Keep the router in an open area for better wireless coverage.

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Step 2: Unplug the modem’s Ethernet cable connected to your computer and plug it into the port labeled ‘INTERNET ’ on the back of the router. Connect the supplied power adapter to the router and a power outlet, then verify that the power LED is on.

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Step 3: Plug one end of the supplied Ethernet cable into the port labeled ‘1’ on the back of the router, and the other end into the Ethernet port on your computer. To set up the DIR-816L through Wi-Fi, go to your computer or mobile device’s Wi-Fi settings and select the network name listed on the included Wi-Fi Configuration Note (ex: dlink-A8FA). Enter Wi-Fi password which is also listed on the Configuration Note (ex: akbdj19368).

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Step 4: Open an Internet browser (such as Internet Explorer) and enter http://dlinkrouter, http://dlinkrouter.local or http://192.168.0.1 into the address bar. Press Enter.

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Step 5: If this is your first time logging in to the router, the Setup Wizard will start automatically.

This wizard will guide you through a step-by-step process to configure your new D-Link router and connect to the Internet. You can change the language using the drop-down menu in the top right-hand corner of the page. Clink Next to contnue.

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Wait while your router detects your Internet connection type. Depending on your Internet connection, you may need to enter additional information such as the username and password supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP).

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Step 6: If the router detects an Internet connection, but does not dect the type of Internet connection you have, the below screen will appear. Click “Guide me through the Internet connection settings” to display a list of connection types to choose from.

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Select your Internet Connection type: DHCP Connection (Dynamic IP Address) orUsername/Password (PPPoE) DHCP Connection – This type of connection is most commonly used for cable Internet services. You will most likely not need to provide any extra information if you use this connection type.

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PPPoE – This type of connection is most commonly used for DSL Internet connections. You will most likely need to provide some additional information before you can connect to the Internet:

  • Username – Your Internet service username (provided by your Internet Service Provider)

 

  • Password – Your Internet service password (provided by your Internet Service Provider)

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Step 7: Enter the required information, and click Next to continue.

Step 8: For both the 2.4 GHz and 5 GHz wireless bands, create a name (SSID) for your Wi-Fi network. Each Wi-Fi network will also need a password of at least 8 characters. Your wireless clients will need to have this password or key to be able to connect to your wireless network. Click Next to continue.

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(Password suggestion: It is suggested that you choose a password that is easy for you to remember, but difficult for others to guess. Strong passwords should include a combination of letters and numbers).

Step 11: In order to secure your router, create a password to access the router’s web-based configuration interface. This should be different from the password to connect to the Wi-Fi network. Enter your password in the field provided, and again in the Verify field.

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Click Next to continue.

You can check the Enable Graphical Authentication box to enable CAPTCHA authentication for added security. Graphical authentication uses a challenge-response test to prevent unauthorized users from attempting to gain access by automated means:

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Step 12: Select your time zone from the drop-down menu and click Next to continue.

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A confirmation window will appear to signify the completion of the setup wizard. A simmary of your wireless network settings will also be displayed. It is recommended that you make a record of this information for future reference. Click Next to continue.

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Your browser will ask you whether you wish to make a bookmark for the router’s configuration page. If you wish to create a bookmark, click OK, otherwise click Cancel.

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If you clicked Yes, a window may appear (depending on your web browser) to create a bookmark. Follow the on-screen instructions.

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mydlink Cloud Services registration:

With mydlink Cloud Services, you can remotely manage, control, and monitor your home network from anywhere using the mydlink Lite mobile app or mydlink web portal. You can check up on your network’s Internet activity, and see what devices are connected to your network. You can also use the mydlink SharePort app to remotely access content on a USB drive connected to your router.

You may choose Next to register this device with mydlink for free. Or you may choose Skip to register later.

To get started with mydlink Cloud Services, you are required to have a mydlink account and need to register this router to the mydlink account. Select Yes, I have a mydlink account if you have previously registered a mydlink account; or select No, I want to register and login with a new mydlink account if you would like to create a new mydlink account. Click Next to continue.

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  1. a) If you selected “Yes, I have a mydlink account,” please enter your existing mydlink account name and password. Then click Login.

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  1. b) If you selected “No, I want to register and login with a new mydlink account,” please fill in the required information in order to create a new mydlink account.

 

Note: The mydlink password is the password to log in to the mydlink web portal and mydlink mobile apps. This is NOT the same as your router’s login information or wireless security password.

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Jul 02

I have a house of 1200 SFT, will it cover whole house, when i use WIFI?

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Please note that actual data throughput and coverage will vary from home to home based upon the environmental conditions in the area and where the D-Link router is actually placed within the network.

Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, buildings materials, construction, network overhead and competing network overlap from other wireless devices and networks may impede and affect the actual data throughput rate as well. These variable conditions along with any environmental factors such as the weather and humidity which also have an impact on the actual wireless signal range make it very difficult to determine your actual signal range.

However, there are also other available options to assist you in increasing your wireless range as well such as changing channels on the access point to see if signal strength improves with each channel change and or adding a wireless range extender such as our D-Link DAP-1320 product, which can amplify a weak wireless signal from within your network and retransmit it out therefore extending your wireless range as well. If you need additional information please visit www.dlink.com.

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