How to setup d-link wireless router ?

How to setup d-link wireless router ?

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Setup Dlink router in easy steps-

Here are some step to configure and setup Dlink router –

  1. Open any web browser on your computer.
  2. Enter . into the address bar.
  3. Enter “admin” as the User Name, and leave the Password field blank.
  4. Click the “Setup Wizard” button.
  5. Click the “Launch Internet Connection Setup Wizard” button.
  6. Create an administrator password.
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9- Click the “Clone Your PC MAC Address” (if empty).
10- Save your settings. Click the “Connect” button to save your settings. your router will reboot, which may take one to two minutes.
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Creating a Wireless Network

1- Log into your router. Enter into the browser window of a computer connected to the router via Ethernet.
2- Click the “Setup” tab.

3- Click the “Wireless Settings” menu in the left frame.
4- Check the “Enable Wireless” box.

5- Enter a name for the network. Give your network a name,

6- Select “WPA2” as the “Security Mode”.
7- Create a strong password and please remember it or wrote it down somewhere because you will need it after setup.

8- Click the “Save Settings” button.

9- restart the router after setup dlink router and wait for 1 min.

Now your wireless network is active, you can connect you all devices to a wireless network.

Tips and Tricks to setup dlink router –

  • you can setup dlink router just by connecting with a modem with an ethernet cable.
  • we always recommend resetting the dlink router if it is the old router.

😉 I hope this will help you setup dlink router. Please comment below and let us know if you need any other help.

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  1. Set Up a D-Link Wireless Router
    Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the DSL modem.

    Then plug the other end into the “WAN” port on the back of the D-Link wireless router.

    Connect wired computers to any of the other Ethernet ports on the router using another Ethernet cable.

    Access the D-Link Configuration Screen
    Open your web interface and type “” into the address bar, then hit “Enter” or “Return.”

    Use “Admin” as the username and leave the password blank when the login screen appears.

    Click “OK.” You should now see the D-Link configuration screen.

    Set Up General Security
    Change your administrative password by clicking on the “Tools” tab and choosing the “Admin” button. Enter a new password under the “Administrator” heading. Confirm it, and click “Apply.”

    Disable the wireless Local Area Network (LAN) if you don’t need to use the wireless access and you want to make sure no one else is able to access your network.

    Under the “Home” tab, choose “Wireless” and select the “Off” option.

    Enable Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP)
    Locate the “Home” tab in the D-Link Configuration screen, and click on the “Wireless” button.

    Use the “Open System” button beside “Authentication.”

    Select the “Enabled” button next to “WEP,” and set the encryption key to “128 bit.”

    Set the “Key Type” to “ASCII” and choose a 13-digit password for the “Key 1” field.

    Write down the password in a secure location.

    Click “Apply.”

    Change the SSID
    Change the SSID to make it more difficult for others to locate and use your network by clicking on the “Home” tab and locating the “Wireless” button.

    Change the default SSID to one of your choosing, then click “Apply.”

    Disable SSID broadcasting. Under the “Advanced” tab, click on “Performance” and check off the “Disabled” box. Again, click “Apply.”

    Filter MAC Addresses
    Click the “Advanced” tab in the D-Link “Configuration” screen and select the “Filters” button.

    Choose the “MAC Filters” and click on “Only Allow Computers with MAC Address Listed Below to Connect to the Network.”

    Enter the name and MAC address of the computers allowed to access the network, beginning with the one you are currently configuring. Click “Apply.”

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