D-Link DAP-1522 :: Multiple Networks Connecting To It?
Jan 9, 2011
Adding a second DAP-1522, They have 1 DAP-1522, they set that up useing the WAP(button on the side), This one is running in the frontroom of the house and the 2nd bridge will be running in the bedroom of the house.She has tried to click on the WAP button on both Dap-1522's and then the router to sync but thats not working, from what we can tell. I think I will need to manually config them now that a second one has been introduced.the frontroom Bridge is 192.168.0.50, but we cant find the ipaddreess for the second dap-1522 at this time. So question to all, if I can - Is there a way to identify all of the Dap-1522's on the network or anything that is connected on the network. as the DIR-655 is only showing 2 things connected?Right now I wish she would have listened too me and had her house wired for ethernet when the house was being built.
I have 3 Macs (OS 10.6.8) and one PC (Windows 7) at work. They are all connected to the company network for internet and access to shared network drives.The computers are used for media (mostly video) production and we need to move large files between the computers easily and quickly. The current network (company wide) is slow and unreliable, so I would like to create a separate network for these four computers and have them connected to both the company network and the office room network. Each computer already has two network ports and I have a router I can use.
My D-Link DAP-1522 wireless bridge is connected through a single cat5 cable from the LAN port on my PC to the 1st LAN port on the D-link unit. At the moment, it is in bridge mode, with the blue power indicator on, the orange wireless connection light flashing, and the 1st LAN port connection periodically wavering indicating that it is communicating with my PC. When I attempt to configure the DAP-1522 via my internet browser, (IP 192.168.0.50) I get an error saying that the requested webpage does not exist.
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.
We have 36 cctv cameras slowing down our oracle network pc's all in same subnet. I want to remove the dvr's of cctv to a separate network to improve performance. How to accomplish that with a Rv042 linksys router? Or is there any other better way around. 5 Users access the cctv cameras all the time.
I am currently working on a project that needs to install a router (or just a network device) that can offer 2 or more DHCP networks. We have been searching a network device for this but haven't gotten any good news yet. Any model or device that can fulfill this requirement?
I have a Windows 7 Pro Desktop with an on-board Ethernet and an Axis USB To Ethernet adapter. The on board Ethernet is configured as dhcp and obtain the address 10.162.146.123 with 255.255.255.0 subnet. The Axis USB to Ethernet adapter is static ip configuration with 10.38.25.37 and 255.0.0.0 as subnet. Under the adv settings I have also another ip 188.8.131.52 with 255.0.0.0 subnet. When the Axis is communicating 10.38.0.1 network I can not access the internet using the on board Ethernet 10.162.146.123. I have to disable either one of the cards to access one network at a time.
I currently have a hub-and-spoke VPN configuration with 6 ASA 5505's at remote sites all connected to an ASA 5510 at HQ via IPSEC lan-to-lan tunnels. My current configuration allows hosts on the remote site networks to talk to hosts on the HQ network, but not to hosts on the other remote sites.I have receieved a request to allow comminucation between the remote sites as well, with traffic all routed through the 5510 at HQ.
Im using 2 TP-Link TL-WA7510N to bridge a internet connection the connection is using a captive portal for my guests via pfsense. What i would like to do now is run a pc on the same connection without using the captive portal .So basicly i would need 1 secure network for my single pc and the one with captive portal for my guests.
My neighbor and I were wondering if it is possible to combine our respective internet connections in order to gain a faster connection overall. What would be ideal would to have a wireless router in one of our houses, that is simultaneously connected to both of our ADSL routers, and to which both of us are able to connect. Do I need a specific type of router?
I am looking to create an office network with each person having internet access but on a private network. however everyone will need to be able to access a communal printer. would they be able to see it if they were all on a different subnet or would i need to set up vlans?
I would like to associate multiple IPv4 networks with one physical interface in the router. All those multiple networks share the same broadcast domain(VLAN 5). I am aware that it's not possible to have multiple subinterfaces in the router with the same "encapsulation dot1Q 5". Am I correct that only option here is to configure all those networks as a secondary network to router physical interface? Or are there other possibilities than secondary addresses?
I am setting up a customer site. One side is RV180W and the other side is Checkpoint 500W.
RV180W side LAN - 192.168.100.0/24 Checkpoint side LAN - 172.26.1.0/24 VOIP - 172.26.2.0/24
Need to setup an ipsec tunnel between the site. However, from the RV180W side, I can only ping the VOIP network, but not LAN. I have heard that RV180W only can talk to one remote network via ipsec, correct? workaround this other than changing out the RV180W?
I'm going to move offices into a shared situation with 3 companies. Each company will want its own private network so there's no snooping between companies. I am planning on using VOIP for the phone system (Nextiva cloud based). Is it possible to set up the system so that each company has access to the VOIP system but yet remains sequestered in the their own network for everything else. I was hoping to do this with one data port at each workstation using Cisco SPA-303 phones. The way I understand this, is that the phone plugs in to the data port and you daisy chain the workstation off from each phone. Is this possible to do this while having the system I described? Another wrinkle is that I'd also like all the networks to be access shared printers.
I am using an ASA 5520 running 8.2(4). My objective is to get a VPN client to access more than one network on the inside of the network, i.e., I need to VPN in with an IPSec client and be able to establish tcp connections to servers at 192.168.210.x and 10.21.9.x and 10.21.3.x, I believe I am close to having this resolved, but seem to have a routing issue.
I currently have an 867vae router and a 1131ag ap setup with 2 vlans and 2 ssid's. I am in the process of baby proofing the house and would like to use the cisco plsk400 homeplug system to relocate my wap. I use 2 networks to seperate and filter the kids internet traffic from my own. It also allows me to shut the kids vlan when they shouldnt be on the internet.
As far as i can tell the plsk400 homeplug doesnt support 802.1q.... so is there any way i can keep the seperate networks/SSID's and the abilty to filter and turn off one of them at will without a trunked link to the router?
I recently had a networking guy set up a VPN for me, but for it to work properly he had to change all my IP addresses to 192.168.10.xx from 192.168.0.xx. My DAP-1522 (in bridge mode) continued to work but I am unable to log on to it, I think because it's address is 192.168.0.0. I have run into some other issues which makes me think I may need to upgrade the DAP-1522 firmware and/or assign it an address beginning with 192.168.10.xx, however I can't log on to the bridge. (Nor do I know how to change or possible reassign the DAP-1522's address through my router, a DIR-615).
I have a WIN XP desktop which I successfully connected to the 1522 AP - as evidence of the GUI to program it. I have the 1522 set to Bridge Mode via the switch on the unit. The 1522 has hardware version B1 and Firmware version 2.000. I joined my wireless network successfully as evidence of the Status page showing it's successfully connected and bridged to my network. I then disabled my USB wifi NIC in hopes of using my hardwired connection to the 1522 to get on the internet.
Wireless Radio : Enabled Bridge State : Connected MAC Address : fc:75:xxxxxx 802.11 Mode : Mixed 802.11a, 802.11g and 802.11n Band Width : 40 Channel : 6 Network Name (SSID) : cleveland Wi-Fi Protected Setup : Enabled Security : WPA2-PSK
I have just discovered after three weeks of testing that DAP-1522 wireless bridges are not compatible with all the new Pioneer AVR's that support internet radio and Iphone control. Anytime a DAP-1522 is powered on and on the same subnet mask as a Pioneer receiver it will cause the Pioneer to loose it's connection every 30 minutes. The receiver is then not able to connect unless it is powered off and on again. The DAP-1522 will cause this even if the Pioneer is hardwired to a router and nothing is plugged into the DAP-1522. This affects all new models of Pioneer receivers including the Elite line like I have.
I have tested this with 3 differnet Pioneer receivers and 2 DAP-1522's and always got the same results no matter what the settings were and with the 1522 in AP or bridge mode. Other Pioneer receiver owners experiencing constant disconnect problems on another forum have now also confirmed they have DAP-1522's.....and they are also pissed after spending countless hours troubleshooting.
I talked to Dlink support today and they will not admit to a problem so I can't wait to contact Pioneer tech support on Monday to let them know I have found the reason they are seeing returns on their new receivers (some cost as much as $7K) since many of the new owners like myself are exchanging them thinking they got a bad one. I'm sure Pioneer will test this immediately and force a Dlink fix or turn it over to the FCC.At this point I just wish I could get my money back since I have also already confirmed that a netgear bridge works just fine. Come to think of it, I know Dlink has a new refund policy, but I will check with my state district attorney to see if they can legally keep my money even if the product doesn't work. I don't see anything on the outside of the box with this policy so therfore I wasn't given fair warning of the policy before purchase and would not be expected to know it since it is not industry standard. Let the games begin.
I just purchased a DAP-1522. The sticker on the bottom says it's a version B1, with firmware 2.0.In the web interface, it says: "Firmware Version : 1.21 , Fri 26 Jun 2009"I downloaded the 2.01 firmware from the D-Link site and when I try to upload it, it says it's not an image file.
I have bought 1 Dlink Dwl 2100 Access Point about 1 week, it working with ( Default Gateaway 192.168.1.1) but I want connect with 2100Ap But I get Ip from my Livebox Orange.Can I get Ip From 2100Ap (Default Gateway 192.168.0.50), not by LiveBox Orange (Default Gateway 192.168.1.1).My brother live upstair (with LiveBox) I Live ground Floor and connect to Cable Utp cat5 form upstair to ground Floor. In my room I have a Switch connect to 2100Ap.
LiveBox Orange Default gateway is 192.168.1.1 Dlink dwL 2100Ap Default Gateway is 192.168.0.50 My os is windows Xp sp2
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.
My DIR 655 router quit working and so I called D link. She had me reset the ip to 192.168.5.x. So now my dap1522 is not connecting to the 655. I connected the dap1522 to my laptop via ether-net and typed in dink, and got nothing, then put in default ip for the 1522 and still nothing. I also tried ip scanner and it would not come up.
my config : one DAP-1522 as an AP + one DAP-1522 as a switch, 6 meters between them, signal strength about 70. Any others wifi networks around my house. both with FW140b03.bin dated 01/14/2011.Most of the time, both work correctly. But time to time, the wifi link is ko. In AP status, the switch is mentionned connected (uptime = 3 hours ...). The red led is blinking on the switch. The administration web of the switch is not available and the link is ko. Unplug and plug power units doesn't fix the problem. I need to reset DAPs.From Dlink experts, i would like to get more description about issues :
- in switch mode, which are the events modifying the red led state ? what does blinking / off led mean ?
- in AP mode, what does "uptime ...STA ...." mean ? frames are periodically received from STA ?
Will the dap-1522 work with 3d video ie; from a 3d Blue Ray Player? I am upgrading system to an LED Samsung 3D TV and Samsung 3d Blue Ray Player. I know that HDMI 1.4 cables will work but am looking at the wireless option.