Thursday, November 24, 2011

D-Link Wireless network Setup Easy installation

Step by Step D-Link Wireless network Setup Easy installation

Set Up a D-Link Wireless Router

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    Plug one end of the Ethernet cable into the DSL modem.
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    Then plug the other end into the "WAN" port on the back of the D-Link wireless router.
  • 3
    Connect wired computers to any of the other Ethernet ports on the router using another Ethernet cable.

Access the D-Link Configuration Screen

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    Open your web interface and type "" into the address bar, then hit "Enter" or "Return."
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    Use "Admin" as the username and leave the password blank when the login screen appears.
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    Click "OK." You should now see the D-Link configuration screen.

Set Up General Security

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    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."
  • 2
    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.
  • 3
    Under the "Home" tab, choose "Wireless" and select the "Off" option.

Enable Wireless Encryption Protocol (WEP)

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    Locate the "Home" tab in the D-Link Configuration screen, and click on the "Wireless" button.
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    Use the "Open System" button beside "Authentication."
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    Select the "Enabled" button next to "WEP," and set the encryption key to "128 bit."
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    Set the "Key Type" to "ASCII" and choose a 13-digit password for the "Key 1" field.
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    Write down the password in a secure location.
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    Click "Apply."

Change the SSID

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    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.
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    Change the default SSID to one of your choosing, then click "Apply."
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    Disable SSID broadcasting. Under the "Advanced" tab, click on "Performance" and check off the "Disabled" box. Again, click "Apply."

Filter MAC Addresses

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    Click the "Advanced" tab in the D-Link "Configuration" screen and select the "Filters" button.
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    Choose the "MAC Filters" and click on "Only Allow Computers with MAC Address Listed Below to Connect to the Network."
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    Enter the name and MAC address of the computers allowed to access the network, beginning with the one you are currently configuring. Click "Apply."

N Routers vs G Routers

Cheap N routers vs G Routers for Sales

There are two types of wireless routers in ther market, you're likely to come across when shopping around for a broadband deal and it is true that which one is better suited to your needs than another.
Wireless routers and the WiFi networks they broadcast work using the 802.11 standard and like all things technological this standard is constantly being worked upon and improved to keep up with the demands of new applications.
The 802.11g version of wireless networking, recognisable as a 54Mbps wireless router or 'G-router', is the current workhorse and is built into the routers given away by most broadband providers
G-Router speed is 54Mbps,
N-router Speed is 108, 150, and 300Mbps.
N router is more better at same Price.

Thursday, November 17, 2011

Cisco Network Devices For Sale

Cheap Cisco Network  Devies for Sale.

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3- Cisco ADSL router 800
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