5134 Views 7 Replies Latest reply: Jul 24, 2009 6:46 AM by micp
You need to access the config interface on your router, usually accessible at
the same ip as shows in your computer's gateway address.
This link: http://support.dlink.com/emulators/wbr2310/wireless.htm
shows a d-link router sim.
Notice it opens to the place you want to get to in your actual router gui.
You want to enable wireless security.
Under wireless settings, you will probably notice a dropdown box that right now
says disable wireless security. Toggle it to enable WPA 2 security, leave the next boxes as TKIP and Personal and enter a passphrase for your network.
You can also configure a recognizeable SSID in this window.
Once you save these settings you lose your network connection, and will have to
use airport to search for and connect to your network, this time you will have
to enter a password, and the network will have a lock icon beside it.
this link: http://192.168.0.1/ should get you to your router's interface, and if
you have not changed it the login is usually admin, password is admin or just blank.
Thanks for the responses.
I seem to have been able to rename my network and sign in again using the Wep provided.
(I'm a mac newbie so bear with me: is this very long Wep key my network password?)
I did this through this link provided by : http://192.168.0.1/ by micp.
When I click on the drop down menu now, my 'new' network still does not have a lock beside it. Is it the case that in this version of Leopard that once signed into the network, the lock disappears?
Hi again and thanks for your help micp.
When I fill out the fill out the page (http://support.dlink.com/emulators/wbr2310/wireless.htm) according to the directions that you offered and press "save settings" - nothing happens.
The page does not refresh nor do I lose my network connection.
What to do?
Thanks for your help,
You should not be filling out the page with the long address - you should be filling out the page that you get to by going to the address that is made up of numbers.
is the most likely address.
You should be asked to log in.
pass: admin or the password may just be blank
the link to support.dlink.com was to show you what things should look
like if you log in to your router, and where you would have to be to
make the changes on your network.