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Hello great guys!
I installed a d-link wireless w/o probs.Then tried to connect a d-link 704 to LAN-port w-less.Didn't work!Decoupled the 704. Now I can't 'log in to' w-less router. :404 unauthorized!!. But everything works.Tried to restart w-less and 'reload' address. No,no work. Am I toasted??
Did only use admin and no password.
THANKS!!
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by:d-link
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I don't know if I have got any answer but as feed-back I have to tell you all I solved it by pressing reset 15 sec. There were nothing in the manual about this and my old 704 just needed to be pressed once not hold for a certain time.It was after 15 sec it started to led-blink  in a 'new' fashion! I think the problem the w-less router was toasted was the fact that I had the same ip-address on both causing conflict. Have to fiddle with this
THANKS!
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by:Mikealcl
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you have to do that with just about all routers hehe.  
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by:stevenlewis
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try resetting it (there is a little pin hole, use a paperclip, and push it in for about 20 secs, leave the power on, and then release, you should see the lights flash
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Thanks all of you telling me what I have already done ;-).I would add I solved the problem running two routers by assigning 192.168.1.1 (default 192.168.0.1) to the wireless d-link 614+ and then hooking on the DI-704 with default Gateway. Then runs smoothly. Of course its a bit overkill to have twa routers but I already had one so...;-).I had though to release and renew.
An other prob. is now getting the 'wireless' comp. to run. Its for running against our company. The network techiee had delivered all the package but computer was set to channel 3 so there was a bit of hassle to get it working. He told me the channel wasn't important but no connection until I switched the 614+ to channel 3 (default 6). Of course wifi is a new area for me to be learned ;-).However everything worked connecting 'open' internet from wifi-computer but then running VPN(Conivity) didn't work! VPN passage was enabled in router. Pinged the server to be contacted from inside the 614+ interface and got an instant no response. The techiee don't know what's wrong! Are there any chance my hooking an extra router can cause probs. Sounds unlogic but so are many things in the network business ;-)
THANKS all you out there. I won't accept the two comments present as answer ;-)though thankful for your replies.
Regards d-link
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