N/APosted on - 07/19/2011
I have a Linksys router WRT54G, that works fine. I decided to upgrade to D-Link 601 router. For some reason(s) this sucker will not work for me. Here is the procedure I used:
Enter 192.168.0.1 > admin > leave blank.
I did the manual setup > save setting.
I waited for the system to reboot. After that, it refused to connect to the web.
I disconnected everything for two minutes >> plug the modem in > waited for the link light to stabilized > plug in router and waited for it to boot up.
Then the computer still unable to connect after that
I started tinkering with the router and it says that (WAN and LAN cannot be the same SUBNET).
At this moment, I felt confused because I used only one router.
By the way, I want to tell you that I use Time Warner Cable
Can someone provide me some guidance?
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Hi good morning,
I read the issue about the installation of your d-link router 601, the configuration of d-link router depends upon the connection that you used. Okay, I will share with you, how to configure of d-link router.
Make sure that the connection of the internet cable wire is good. If the pin of RJ45 is dirty you need to clean it, by using a small flat screw.
Open web browser and type the IP address of d-link router>> 192.168.0.100.
Setup your d-link router, if you want DHCP. It is better because most of the d-link was in DHCP setup, or you like static just put an IP address.
You can also set into automatic default.
Save and reboot the router.
Make sure all cable wire are checked and also RJ45 pin. If this option does not work, then there is incompatibility in your internet connection.