I am trying to set up a wireless bridge using a D-Link DWL-G810 bridge. I am new with this wireless stuff, but have experience with hardwire networks. I am using an Airlink wireless router, it works fine.
The bridge says to access the set-up wizard by accessing 192.168.0.30, but when I go into my router set-up it shows that the D-Link is on IP 192.168.1.102 Either way, both IP's won't access anything. I have the bridge connected through cable to my router, which I believe is the proper way of setting it up first.
Any help, thanks.
|>> Re: D-Link Router 192.168.1.102 won't work, cannot access wizard
Nvm what I just wrote, Looks like your router is handing out DHCP addresses, so it gave your bridge a different one, you should be able to access bridge from whatever IP router says it has, and set it up with static adderess. Make sure SSID is the same a sthe router and so is the channel.
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