D-Link DAP-1522 :: Can't Access Admin Screen After Connected
Nov 30, 2011
I have a Netgear WNDR3300 Dual-Band and is setup to use both 2.4Ghz and 5Ghz to achieve 300 Mbps connection.
On the DAP-1522, I use IE (not Firefox or Chrome) for configuration as follow:
- IP address: STATIC
- Wireless config: using Wizard
- Wireless security: WPA2 / AES
- Mac Cloning: disabled
I tested this by connecting a Windows 7 desktop AND laptop via Ethernet cable and both laptop can obtain IP address dynamically, so my DAP-1522 is talking to the WNDR3300 (it has DHCP). Both Win 7 machines can also access the Internet.The problem is, I can NO LONGER access DAP-1522 admin screen, even by typing the static IP address assigned to it. The ONLY way I can re-access it is:
a). Reset DAP-1522
b). Shutdown the WNDR3300 wireless router, assign a static IP to the laptop, connect via cable to DAP-1522
I have a WRT120N with Firmware 1.0.06..First peculiarity is that I can't access the web based admin screen from Firefox 7.0.1. The password prompt appears but won't proceed from there.Second, and main issue is that frequently (several times a day) I get a 'Limited Access' error on my wireless connection. On mouse roll over Windows 7 Pro gives the error message 'no internet access'. This problem appears to resolve itself after several minutes or straight away if the router is powercycled. During these 'Limited Access' moments I am unable to connect to the route web based admin page nor ping or tracert. [code]
Windows XP Svc Pack 3 Mainboard :Asus P5KPL-CM Network Card :Atheros AR8121/AR8113 PCI-E Ethernet Controller Current Router - LinkSys BEFSR41 (Hardwired, CATV cable)
Static IP - 192.168.1.100, 255.255.255.0, Gateway 192.168.1.1
Problem: I purchased a new GB router, Dlink DIR825, wireless and 4 ports, and cannot connect to it to set it up. I need to get into it to change its IP address from 192.168.0.1 to 192.168.1.1 and to make a few other changes. I have 6 different ethernet cables, all of which work with my desktop as well as my laptop. I can get into the new Dlink router just fine with my laptop so it is not a bad port on the new Dlink. The cables work with my existing router and my new router using my laptop so it isn't a cable problem.My internet connection is Hughesnet (DISH) which uses the 192.168.0.1 address, the same as the new router. So here is what I have tried:
1. Powered down Hughes router, new router, and old router.
2. Removed cable from Hughes router to old Linksys.
3. Changed static IP on desktop from 192.168.1.100 to 192.168.0.50 and Gateway to 192.168.0.1.
5. Connected ethernet cable from desktop to Port 1 on new router.
6. Powered up new router.
7. Brought up Browser and entered the 192.168.0.1. Nothing happens. The Port light on the new switch shows the connection properly and the other lights are on properly, except for the Internet light which I haven't hooked up yet.
The above does not work so I powered down everything and then:
1. Connected the cable from the Hughes internet modem to the Internet port on the new modem.
2. Powered up Hughes modem and waited for all lights to come on.
3. Then powered up new router and waited for all lights to come on. This time the Internet light came on like it should.
4. Powered up my desktop.
5. Brought up Browser and entered the 192.168.0.1. Nothing happens. I expected this since there would be a conflict with the 2 modems having same IP.
Next I tried to basically set my desktop to use DHCP and removed the cable from the Hughes modem to the new router. Powered down everything then brought them up one at a time, Hughes modem, router, and PC. Still not able to connect to the new router.I also used my laptop to set the new router to 192.168.1.1 and reset my static IP to the original 192.168.1.100, 255.255.255.0, Gateway 192.168.1.1. Still nothing and I couldn't even ping the router.
I am having trouble accessing my DIR-655 remote management screen via ip to my network.To make sure i didnt have any odd settings, i did a hard reset on my router first.I then enabled remote management, and left the default port 8080 I try to access viw the ip address on my status page suffixed by the port 8080 [URL] page cannot be found.I then enabled https and tried to access via:[URL]page cannot be found.I then setup a entry in the virtual server to redirect http requests to my workstation hosting IIS7, if i connect to localhost, the iis welcome screen appears, but if i browse to my ip, i get nothing.I am using Cox residential service, i called them and they informed me that they do not filter or block requests in any way.
I have a DIR-655 router with a DAP-1522 connected in bridge mode. The firmware on the router is 1.21 and the firmware on the bridge is 1.21. I have my SSID set to broadcast on the DIR-655 with WPA-Personal encryption. When I initially setup the DAP-1522, I was able to access the setup page and connect to the DIR-655. On the status page of the DAP-1522, wireless radio is enabled and status is connected. I connected my XBOX 360, Sony BR player and DirecTV DVR to the wireless bridge and none of them can connect to the internet.
I can wirelessly access the bridge's IP, 192.168.0.50, from any computer connected to the DIR-655 but when I attempt to access the internet on any device connected to the DAP-1522, I do not get a connection. On the XBOX 360 I cannot connect my live account. On the Sony BR player, I get a message that new firmware was found, but when it attempts to connect to the internet to download it, the connection times out. Same occurs when attempting to access the internet on the DirecTV DVR receiver.
More that a year ago, with guidance from D-Link Customer Service, I performed setup on a system consisting of a DSL-2640B (with wireless disabled) and a DAP-1522 as an access point. I included the 1522 so as to have an N network, since the 2640 is G. The system works fine and I'm able to stream via the 1522 to an N 300 USB Adapter. Internet access is fine, and I'm able to access the 2640 with no problem.I want to add another 300 in a different location. To do that, I'll need to access the 1522 from my Windows 7 computer, since I've lost the passphrase that I'll need for the 300.Everything that I've read tells me to connect the 1522 directly to my computer via cable and to temporarily change the network adapter settinge to:
IP = 192.168.0.x various sources list values of 2 and 99 for x Subnet mask = 255.255.255.0 Gateway = 192.168.0.50
Then to use a browser window to go to 192.168.0.50 Regardless of the settings that I use, the browser (IE9) always indicates that it can't connect with that address. accessing the 1522, or on any alternative way to obtain the passphrase.
I have a DIR-655 set up as follows: [code] Lost Internet Access on my DAP-1522 on only my wireless laptop connection, but not other wireless nodes on the DAP-1522.I have most of my wireless nodes attached to the DIR-655, which is upstairs. Downstairs is where the DAP-1522 is located. There is a wired connection between the DIR-655 and DAP-1522. The DAP-1522 is being used as a Access Point. On this I have only three nodes that are wireless. My Smartphone, iPad and my laptop. There are also three nodes that are using the wired ports with no issue accessing the internet. The setup above have being working for over two years with no issue. Then three days ago my laptop connects to the DAP-1522, but has "No Internet Access." If I change my wireless connection to the DIR-655 on my laptop, then I do have internet connection. My Smartphone and iPad still are able to access the DAP-1522 and get the internet.
I have deleted my DHCP Reservation for only my laptop on the DIR-655. Wireless connection to the DAP-1522, looked at the DIR-655 and see that DHCP Reservation show the MAC of the laptop and I Reserve it. Still "No Internet Access." On the DAP-1522 it does show that my laptop is associated to this device. I cannot ping my local LAN IP Addresses , a website or Public IP Address only from the laptop. The DIR-655 shows a "Do Not Enter: Wireless system with MAC address 4025C2B97110 disconnected for reason: Received Deauthentication" with a connection to the DAP-1522, but shows "Do Not Enter: Wireless system with MAC address 4025C2B97110 secured and linked" with a connection to the DIR-655.
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However, no device plugged into a 1522 can access a device plugged into the 3700's ethernet switch. Likewise, the devices plugged into the 3700 cannot access devices plugged into 1522s.
Devices plugged into the 3700's switch can access the internet and can access each other.
I have changed network cables, power cycled all devices (PCs, bridges, routers, etc) at least once. I am running latest firmware on 1522's and 3700. In short, I've tried just about all the basic stuff.
It almost appears that the 3700's switch is acting as an isolated network. I would say that were true, except that I can access the router admin page from anywhere (any 1522 and directly connected to the 3700).
All devices are within the 10.0.0.x address range with a subnet mask of 255.255.255.0. Again, I have no problems accessing the internet. Just the problem of devices plugged into a 1522 communicating with devices plugged into the 3700 and vice versa.
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I've been working on this since last night and got frustrated and went to bed. I woke up fresh and decided to try again and I'm not having making any headway.
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It works pretty well most of the time with 28 ping to a ~150 miles far server, yet sometimes I lose connection overall, or partly. For example, the Battlefield 3 beta stays connected to the internet while 3 different browsers are unable to load a single page. It seems like ongoing connection are unaffected while new ones don't work. The problem is usually fixed in a few seconds when I disconnect and reconnect the WLAN on my laptop.So yeah, it's not pretty but I have to work with what's available. I'm actually surprised it even works this well. how to optimize the whole thing or how to fix the partial lack of connectivity?
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1. the DAP-1522 will not connect to the 5GHz network of the DIR-815. Although, this doesn't surprise me as none of my 5GHz-capable devices see it, other than intermittently and at low signal. It is most likely an issue with the 815's 5GHz radio/network.
2. OTOH, the 1522 does appear to connect to the 815's 2.4GHz network just fine. However, there is no Internet access for any of the devices connected to the 1522's ports.
I know the 1522 can work correctly on 2.4GHz, as it previously did fine with my prior 2Wire router from AT&T. (I've just switched to Comcast, using the DIR-815 connected to their SMC modem.)
Also, I know the router and modem work fine (at least with 2.4GHz), as all of my wireless devices connect easily and with screaming bandwidth to the router and Internet.