Step 1: Log onto the D-Link DI-614+ configuration page (192.168.0.1 in your browser). Log in by entering your username into the login box (admin by default).
Step 2: Select the Status tab. Under Device Info, locate the LAN MAC address (Ethernet MAC). This is the address you will enter into the configuration of the D-Link. Make sure you write it down correctly.
Step 3: Click on the Home tab and select Wireless on the left pane. Write down the SSID.
Step 4: Log into the configuration page of the(192.168.0.50 in your browser). Log in by entering your username into the login box (admin by default).
Step 5: Select the Advanced tab. Under Mode, select. In the Remote AP MAC box you will enter the LAN MAC address that you copied from the configuration of the D-Link +. When entering the MAC address, do not include colons (:) or dashes (-). Click on the Apply button to save your settings. Click Continue.
Step 6: Click on the Home tab and select Wireless on the left pane. Enter the SSID as it is on the+ (case-sensitive). Click Apply and then Continue.
Step 7: Turn the DI-614+ and the D-Link DWL-900AP+ off for a few seconds. Turn the D-Link DI-614+ on first, wait until the lights are steady, then turn the D-Link DWL-900AP+ back on.
Step 8: The DI-614+ and the DWL-900AP+ should now be able to communicate wirelessly, if not, then verify the LAN MAC address you entered into the DWL-900AP+ configuration is correct.
Note: When the DWL-900AP+ is in “client” mode, other wireless clients will not be able to connect to the D-Link DWL-900AP+.