FAQs (D-link router)

You can change the wireless channel from the wireless settings which can be reached out through dlinkrouter.local login to its Web GUI. Settings → wireless → advanced settings → Wi-Fi channel.
The Wi-Fi password can be changed by accessing the wireless tab from the settings on the web Menu of the D-link router approachable by dlinkrouter.local or by mydlink login.
You will have to log into the D-link router’s web Menu to configure the router’settings using either mydlink login or through dlinkrouter.local. Access the Wireless section which makes all the wireless network information visible.
You can log into the D-link routers either through Mydlink app or through web via dlinkrouter.local using default login. To login using mydlink, you must have registered your D-link router with mydlink, or you may log in to the mydlink web portal using www.mydlink.com.
Yes, you can remotely access your D-link router using the mydlink login using the installed and downloaded mydlink app on your mobile device.
Your Internet modem must have not been properly connected to the WAN/Internet Port on the D-Link Router. Check and secure that, else reboot the router and check the network status.
If you forget your D-link router login password, you will have to hard reset your router back to its factory default settings and then login again using the default D-link router login details after rebooting the router after reset.
To allow D-link router setup, you must use the newest setup wizard. Also, it is advised to use a wired connection method for the initial D-link router setup using the Ethernet cable connections.
Yes, you can view/block wireless unauthorized users or devices through the mydlink app or mydlink.com website, provided your D-link router must be registered to a mydlink account. To view the connected users, access the Connection List.
You must have a firmware update done to the latest version on your device as outdated firmware can cause such issues or try performing a factory reset on your as this may help.