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How do you know that you are connecting and there is no security? There first thing to check is the router settings. You should type into the browser 192.168.1.1 (or whatever you have configured your router's IP address for). Enter the user name and password for the router. On the next screen you will notice a link for wireless settings. Click this and on the new page check the bottom section that says "Wireless Security Mode". It should be set to something other than "none". Post back and let me know what it is set to.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jul 14, 2014


I want to connect my roku to my modem. What kind of cable do I need? The roku is hdmi.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Apr 03, 2014


Sir

A The router connects to the internet, so the settings for that should not be touched, and it does so regardless of any operating system your computer may be running. The adaptor connects the computer to the router and needs a suitable driver to work with Linux. Unfortunately, model numbers are not enough to determine which is the correct driver for your particular hardware, as manufacturers have a habit of changing the chips used inside a device without altering the model number. I was caught out with a D-Link USB adaptor like this. I bought one because it was supported by the Linux prism drivers, only to find that they had just switched to an unsupported chipset.
There is a way out if it turns out that there's no Linux driver for your chip, but it's possible that there is a native solution. Your card is quite likely to be based on the Ralink RT73 chipset. OpenSUSE 10.3 includes a driver for this but does not install it by default. Go to the Software Management section of Yast and install rt2x00-kmp-default. Now plug in your network adaptor and go into the Hardware Information section of Yast. If your device is now listed in the Network Card section, you can go to the Network Card section and set it up. If it isn't listed, unplug the adaptor, open a terminal and run

su tail -f /var/log/messages
Plug in the adaptor and watch the output in the terminal. You should see some details whizz past (press Ctrl+C to stop the output). Run
modprobe rt73usb
and if you get no feedback, you have the right driver. Go into the Network Card section of Yast and set up your network connection. You may need to specify the driver module (rt73usb) for the device here. If all of the above fails, there is an option to use the Windows drivers for the adaptor, using a package called NdisWrapper. This emulates the Windows network driver interface, so that Windows drivers can be used in Linux, so install this with Yast. Dig out the driver CD that came with the device and locate the driver .inf file, then in the terminal window you should still have open, run
ndiswrapper -i /path/to/driver.inf modprobe ndiswrapper
The first command should install the driver where NdisWrapper can find it; the second loads the NdisWrapper module and should give no output if all is well. Now create the interface in Yast using the Add button, set the Device Type to Wireless and the Module Name to NdisWrapper, leaving everything else on the default settings, and follow the usual prompts to set it up.

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in Case You still Have problem Then follow Us On online link Router Set on Linux operating system on below link URL:

http://www.techsupportrouter.com/support-for-d-link-router.html


D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Mar 28, 2014


possibly the power jack in the device, or an internal failure

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jan 26, 2014


According to the manual, there is no external button on the router. The only way to use WPS is with a pin #. Manual. It appears that to use this feature you need to have access to the router, then get the pin off the router setup page.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Oct 20, 2013


you can add of dlr 800

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Aug 11, 2013


not sure how to change it from 2.4GHz to 5 GHz but I know the 802.11a = 5GHz
802.11b and g are 2.4GHz
and the 802.11 can be both 2.4 or 5GHz the information from master JC is not correct if i'm not mistaken

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jun 02, 2013


Reset the router and then configure it again.
To reset the D-Link back to the default settings -
Press and hold the RESET button at the back of the router with the power ON until the LEDs flash at the time the release the RESET button. (firmware version was 3.00, and upgraded to 3.05) Connect a LAN cable from the D-Link to your laptop/computer's LAN port, open the browser on your laptop/computer and enter the D-Link's configuration URL..
http://192.168.0.1
The default login = admin
The default PW = blank (just press Enter) You can now change the default admin password.
You can now configure the wireless settings. (WPA or WPA2 encryption) Now configure the wireless card in your computer/laptop with the router's wireless settings. To secure your wireless network from unauthorized access, please click on this link and follow my instructions :- http://www.fixya.com/support/r3559128-wireless_router_security

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Nov 05, 2012


Here is an excerpt from the manual that describes it. Looks like the printer should auto detect.wbzkins5dfvuwaaaabjru5erkjggg==

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Oct 18, 2012


All I can suggest is reset the router by holding down the reset till it cycles.

I used the non-functioning emulator to see the routers interface. Check it out, maybe I missed something.

http://support.dlink.com/emulators/dir625/109/login.html

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Oct 16, 2012


It's the nature of the beast. I mean it just happens. I know in my case COX is always doing some in house work that knock me off line. Sometimes I have to do a full reset. In some ways it's a good thing. Cox recommends a reset from time to time to clear the modem and keep it at full network capacity.

Even my Belkin router has schedule recycling option called Auto Self-Healer or something.


I wouldn't worry too much about it. Unless you think it's more than that.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Oct 08, 2012


I have a D-Link router as well (DIR-628) and the Website Filter does not do anything either. The firmware is faulty and D-Link won't fix it. Unfortunately, the only way to resolve this is to buy a much newer router that does not use the same firmware. Believe me, I understand your frustration.

Alternatively, you may set up a free account at OpenDNS.com where you can block specified domains for all devices that connect to the router. I use this and it works pretty well.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jul 31, 2012


Go to the mfg web site and download the install software for the router and follow the directions.

Most have to use a "MAC" address that is printed on the router label.

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jun 22, 2012


You can look the manual from the below web address and can have the steps to change your username
http://www.manualowl.com/m/D-Link/DIR-625/Manual/156378


If the Information is helpful then please give me some ratings. Thanks

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on Jun 02, 2012


Hi,

Please try to access the router's configuration page by accessing 192.168.0.1 using a computer that is wired on the router.

Default admin user name:Admin
Default admin password:

Please update firmware:
Note:Please do not upgrade the firmware over wireless connection. Anyway you wont be able to do that now but for future reference. Please use the link on the bottom.

DIR-625:
http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DIR-625&rev=DIR-625

DIR-625 rev C:
http://www.dlink.com/products/?tab=3&pid=DIR-625&rev=DIR-625_revC

D-Link DIR-625... | Answered on May 21, 2012

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