Sep 29

Thank you for purchasing the DCH-M225 Wi-Fi Audio Extender. Follow the easy steps in this guide to properly set up your extender.

Connect to Your Router Using WPS

1.Find an available outlet near your wireless router. Plug the DCH-M225 in and wait until the LED is blinking amber.

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2.Press the WPS button on your wireless router.

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3.Within one minute, press the WPS button on the D-Link DCH-M225. The LED will start to blink.When the LED turns solid green, this indicates that the DCH-M225 is securely connected to your wireless router or access point.

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4.You can now unplug and move the DCH-M225 to a location between your wireless router and the area that you need
wireless coverage.

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5.From your wireless device go to the Wireless Utility to display the available wireless networks.

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The SSID on the DCH-M225 will automatically be assigned: (Your Router’s SSID)-EXT

The Wi-Fi password for the DCH-M225 will be the same as your router. Repeat step 5 to connect additional devices to
the D-Link DCH-M225.

6.Your device is now connected to the DCH-M225 and can connect to your wireless router. If you want to change your
network settings, password, etc., follow the steps under Configure the DCH-M225 Using a Web Browser to connect and
configure the DCH-M225. To connect additional devices, repeat step 5.

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Sep 10

Hardware Overview LEDs

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Diag. -The light will blink during boot up system auto-check.Once the access point is ready, the light will be off.

5 GHz – When lit, the access point is operating at 5GHz. This light will blink when there is wireless traffic.

2.4 GHz – When lit, the access point is operating at 2.4GHz.This light will blink when there is wireless traffic.

LAN1, LAN2 – Solid light when the Ethernet port is connected to a working port, such as a router or switch. The light will blink
when there is traffic through LAN port.

POWER – The light will blink during boot up. Once solid, the access point is ready.

Installing the Hardware

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You may power the access point using one of the following methods.

1. Use the power adapter included in the package

2. Connect the access point to an external power-over-Ethernet (POE) switch

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You may configure the access point using one of the following methods.

1. Directly connect the access point to a computer. You may then configure the access point through its graphical user interface (GUI).

2. Connect the access point to your computer using the included console cable. You may then configure the access point through its command
line interface (CLI)

Mounting Plate Assembly

Step 1: Insert the provided wall anchors in the wall where the mounting plate will be attached.

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Step 2: Use the provided screws to secure the mounting plate on the wall.

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Step 3: Attach the remaining screws securely to the back of the D-Link DWL-8610AP.

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Step 4: Attach the DWL-8610AP to the mounting plate.

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Step 5: Slide the DWL-8610AP down into the grooves on the mounting plate to secure it to the plate.

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Feb 26

There are three ways to set up your D-Link Camera DCS-825L:

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Although the D-Link DCS-825L comes with a power adapter, when you are on the go you can use a portable USB battery pack (not included) that supplies 5V/2A of power.

Plug in the USB battery pack. The Power LED on the bottom of the camera will turn green when the camera is powered on.

Mounting the Camera

Refer to the steps below for mounting the camera. The DCS-825L is for indoor use only. We suggest you configure the camera before mounting it.

1. Place the mounting base where you want to position the camera and use a pencil to mark the holes.

2. Use a 6mm drill bit to drill two holes that are at least 30mm deep. Use a mallet to insert the wall anchors into the holes.

3. Place the mounting base over the holes that you drilled in the wall. Use the supplied screws to attach the mounting base to the surface of the wall.

4. Place the base cover over the mounting base and screw the camera stem clockwise into the mounting base.

Note: Do not overtighten the screws as this may damage the bracket.

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Mar 25

Minimum System Requirements

• One or two 3.5” SATA Hard Drive(s)
• Computer with: 1GHz processor/512MB RAM/200MB available disk space/CD ROM drive
• Internet Explorer version 7.0 or Mozilla Firefox 3.0 or above
• Windows® 7, Vista®, or XP (with Service Pack 2); Mac OS® X (10.5 or above)

Installation – Windows® Only

The Setup Wizard on the CD-ROM will give you step-by-step instructions how to connect, install, and configure your D-Link DNS-320L.

Step 1:

Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your computer. When the autorun screen appears, click Install.

Step 2:

Follow the on-screen instructions. Once completed you can log into the DNS-320L for advanced configuration.

Installation – Mac OS® X Only

The Setup Wizard on the CD-ROM will give you step-by-step instructions how to connect, install, and configure your DNS-320L.

Step 1:

Insert the supplied CD-ROM into your computer and navigate to the Setup Wizard > Mac folder. Launch the setup wizard file.

Step 2:

Follow the on-screen instructions. Once completed you can log into the DNS-320L for advanced configuration.

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Apr 23

1.Unplug the power from your broadband modem and shut down your computer.

2.Disconnect the Ethernet cable connected from your computer to your broadband modem. Leave the end connected to your broadband modem attached.

3.Connect the end of the Ethernet cable removed from your computer to the WAN port on the router.

4.Connect the provided Ethernet cable from a numbered port on the router to your computer.

5.Plug the power back into your broadband modem and wait for the broadband modem to sychronize to the network (refer to your modem manual for information on this).

6.Plug the power adapter (provided with the router) into the router, then connect the other end to a power outlet and verify that the power LED on the router is on.

Note: If the Power LED is not lit, verify that the power adapter is properly connected to the D-Link® Storage Router and to a working power outlet.

7.Power on your computer. Once booted launch your web browser and type in a web address such as http://www.dlink.cc to verify that you have an Internet connection.

8.If a web address is not accessible, enter http://192.168.0.1 in your web browser address bar. Once the main screen
appears, press the button labeled Internet Connection Setup Wizard and proceed through the wizard.

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