I need to get the wpa key to online!
Posted by bear13rich on
If you dont know your wpa network key try to reconfigure your wireless network again.
Access the configuration page of your router.
>Type on the address bar 192.168.0.1
>On login type Admin leave password blank. if you set up a password or the login page use that one.
>Once inside the Dlink Page
>Clik Setup and on the left side click wireless setting.
>If given the option to click on manaul wireless connection setup click on it.
>Once you have the wireles window
>try to change the network name to a new one and scroll down
>Under security choose WPA security (enhanced)
>Scroll down and under the Passphrase type in your new network password or security key and confirm it.
>Click on Save Settings
>If it asks you to reboot then reboot it, if not, its ok.
Posted on Jan 30, 2009
My D-link wbr 2310 router has never worked the way it should be. I always come to the point when would have to be reset by pressing and holding the reset sw in with a paper clip for 10 secs. Unfortunately I always come to realize that there is no switch, or the hole is blocked. So I called tech support couple of times, but they only tell me the same thing to type in 192.168.0.1 and do not understand that I tried this and all other possibilities a million times. The result always "The server at 192.168.0.1 is taking too long to respond." So last time I was so upset when tech support hung up the phone on me, so I went and opened the case and found the switch is factory blocked, (sealed) with black epoxy. Has anyone else found similar problem??? What should I do??? D-link tech support makes a habit out of hanging the phone up on me. The reason I think they do this intentionally, b/c for start they ask my phone number but they have never called me back so far. I am sick of it to keep calling them back and spend hours on the phone waiting.
Posted by Anonymous... on
--Uninstall the d-link wizard software from your computer...if it actually installed.
--Shut down the computer and router...make sure they're connected together with the ethernet cable
--Turn on the router first.
--Turn on the computer
--Wait about 2 minutes after the computer starts up
--Go to the command prompt and type in the command "ipconfig". This will give you the computers ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway. To get to the command prompt, click on Start -- Run -- and then type "cmd" and click "Ok"
--The default gateway address should be the address of your router...typically it would be 192.168.0.1...but this will tell you if it's something else.
--If the ip address listed after the ipconfig command is blank or begins with 169.... then your computer is probably not talking to the router...the router or network cable may be defective.
--If the default gateway address is something other than 192.168.0.1 ...try that address in Internet Explorer to see if the router will respond properly. If the router responds, you can configure it directly without using the wizard software. Your D-link documentation (on disc?) will guide you through the manual setup procedure...sometimes referred to as the "alternative" procedure.
--Good luck...and I hope this helps!
Posted on Jan 12, 2008
I recently bought and installed the WBR-2310 router and the it constantly loses conncetion. I have a westell modem and DSL. I disabled the PPOE on the westell modem, which allows the WBR-2310 to take over the PPOE function. I'm running version 1.05 on the router and I have reset the router and modem several times, it's a little better but the internet connection freezes or drops out frequently. Any ideas???
Posted by rholly56 on
I'm pretty sure that downgrading the firmware to 1.0.3 will work. I had been running at this level for quite some time and for some reason I decided to upgrade to the latest version which started the problems for me. I am downgrading to this now and I expect better results. All of the firmware versions are available at http://www.dlink.com/products/support.asp?pid=470&sec=0. You pick the right hardware revision. PLEASE NOTE: Save off/remember your settings as when you change the firmware it resets all of them back to system defaults.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
how do I reset my security with the dlink 2310
Posted by thelmalemo... on
To change your router wireless security
On the PC Double click on the wireless connection in the system tray (bottom right hand side of screen) and then connect manually to your wireless signal - you will be asked for the password you set in the router.
Now you are connected.
You may need to remove any old wireless profiles you have on the PC/Laptops Wireless Profiles - Vista/Windows 7: http://mgmcc.forumotion.net/networking-tutorials-f17/removing-an-existing-wireless-profile-t109.htm http://www.tp-link.com/support/showfaq.asp?id=214 - delete the wireless profiles Start> control Panel> classic view> network and sharing center> manage wireless networks Delete the profiles you will then have to enter the wireless security key for any networks you connect to --------------- Wireless Profiles - XP http://mgmcc.forumotion.net/networking-tutorials-f17/removing-an-existing-wireless-profile-t109.htm http://www.tp-link.com/support/showfaq.asp?id=186 - delete the preferred networks start> control panel> network connections> right click on the wireless connection listed wireless networks tab in the preferred network list click on each one and - remove button
you will then have to enter the wireless security key for any networks you connect to
Posted on Apr 13, 2010
All the lights on my router are solid, it's not connected to the PC, or any device, and the lights are still solid.
Ever since they went solid, no device would detect the router, I've held the reset button, and it does not respond.
It's D-Link WBR-2310... The installation disc has mysteriously disappeared...
Posted by burningtyp... on
To do a factory reset on a DLink router, press the tiny reset button in for a count of fifteen. Then, while you are still holding the reset, pull out the power and count to fifteen. Continue to hold the reset, and plug in the power for a final count of fifteen. Then release the reset button.
All the lights should blink and respond normally.
If this does not work, the router is no longer working and should be replaced.
Here is the link for the DLink WBR-2310
Posted on Mar 20, 2010
hi, i have a Dlink wbr-2310, right now when i plug in the power cord, all the lights that on the router are on. and the computer says no connection at all, local and internet..none of them is working,, the reset butten does not work,,,the router seems like frozed.
Posted by jason22692... on
Sounds like a defective modem/modem failure if, it does not reset or if you take all of the other wires out and just leave the power in and none of the other lights go off then that is definitely a defective mode, I suggest either returning the modem to where you purchased it from or calling D link it should be covered under there warranty for replacement.
Posted on Nov 21, 2008
After about a day of uptime, the wireless connection drops, and wireless devices report that the connection has "limited or no connectivity". All wired connections continue to work fine.
My router details:
Hardware version A1, firmware version 1.05
Here are my network settings:
DHCP server is enabled, range: 100 to 254
My desktop and my PS3 are my only wired devices and both have assigned IP addresses, the latter is necessary for NAT Type 2 for online play.
My advanced network settings:
UPnP enabled: CHECKED
WAN Ping respond enabled: CHECKED
WAN Port speed: 10/100Mbps Auto
Enable gaming mode: UNCHECKED
Enable multicast streams: UNCHECKED
Here are my wireless settings:
Enable Wireless : CHECKED
Wireless Channel : 11
Enable Auto Channel Scan : NOT CHECKED
Super G Mode : Super G without Turbo
Enable Extended Range Mode : NOT CHECKED
802.11g Only Mode : NOT CHECKED
Enable Hidden Wireless : NOT CHECKED (Also called the SSID Broadcast)
Security is set to WEP (for my Nintendo DS to use), but could be changed to WPA.
My advanced wireless settings:
TX Rates : Auto
Transmit Power: 100%
Beacon interval : 100 (msec, range:20~1000, default:100)
RTS Threshold : 2346 (range: 256~2346, default:2346)
Fragmentation : 2346 (range: 1500~2346, default:2346, even number only)
DTIM interval : 1 (range: 1~255, default:1)
Preamble Type : Short Preamble
CTS Mode : Auto
WMM Function: Disable
Most used wireless devices are my Wii and my laptop,both only stays connected for about a day.
Usually, I can tell that the wireless is dropped because the second light from the left, the "Wireless Transmission" light, stops blinking and stays constant on. Other times it's just off. In either case the wireless connection is dropped.
To restart the wireless, I just power cycle the router, but after a day or a bit more it drops again. This has been going for the past month or so, and I got this router up and running around February or March of 2008.
I can't seem to find anyone with a similar problem through Google, so hopefully someone can help.
Posted by n_guye_n on
I had the same problem (see Jan 09) but I found the solution:
I had trouble with the router resetting from time to time, that was fixed by upgrading to firmware 1.05. But I still had the wireless problem.
For me, disabling 'UPnP' (advanced->advanced network) and disabling turbo G mode (setup->wireless setting) did the trick.
Work great since then, both my laptop and my media center stays connected, going on one month now.
Hope it can helps other.
Posted on Feb 17, 2009
I reset my 2310 D'Link router and it will not let me change the network name and does no recognise that the router is connetect when I run the start-up CD. I downloaded the firmware upgrades but can't install because the CD/my computer says that the router is not connected. Despite this, it does transmitt wifi under the network name Jumpstart-P1-361cb7 but the quality of the Tx rate is no good. Can anyone help?
Posted by tania... on
Try restarting clicking the restart button for at least 25 seconds... that gives time to the router
to reset all the parameters...
I hope this can help..
let me know if this helped you
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Posted on Jul 03, 2009
Hi i have a Westell modem and a DSL connection.I recently bought a DLink WBR 2310 Rangebooster wireless router. The problem is that i cannot access the router configuration page.When i type in 192.168.0.1 or http://192.168.0.1 , the message is that page cannot be dispayed.
I even tried assigning a static IP to my computer and then accessing the router configuration page but it did not help. Anyone got a solution to this?
Help would be welcome
Posted by harisvohra on
At the back of the router is a tiny pinhole. Using a pen try to press it for 15 secs and try to access the page using the 192.168.0.1
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
I have a wirless connection set up for my laptop but I cannot pick up the signal when I am in the garden, I was told by my provider I can purchase a signal booster to increase the range, but I have no idea what I'm looking for.
Posted by Carol... on
WiFi BoosterA wireless USBInternet adapter with a 54Mbps 802.11Gadapter with a powerful antenna,From WorldStart, please click on this link totheir WEB site:- http://store.worldstart.com/product/5412Boost Wireless Network - 2.4GHz DipoleMIMO (multi-input, multi-output) antenna
Posted on May 31, 2012
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