How do i secure my wireless network d-link?

I have a D-link wireless network without security key and other people can use it without my permission so I want to know how to set up a security to protect my network from other user without permission. I want to know how to set up a network key to protect my D-link wireless network so that other user who has no authorization to my network can't connet to my network.

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Answer Post By : Stephen Stephen
3 years ago

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You need to enter the configuration page and turn on WPA2 security and enter a passphrase that will be needed by any connecting devices. Your manual and THIS guide gives you some details of how to find that in your router. You may also want to turn on MAC address security if your router supports it and feel the added security is needed. If possible turn off WPS which can be cracked by Reaver to bypass your WPA2 security on routers that use WPS. One last idea is to change your admin ID and password for your router and write them down somewhere that you won't lose them. Look at manual for specific instructions but it is in the configuration pages of the router under Wireless Security. To get to the configuration page you have to type in the router IP address for DLink usually 192.168.0.1 (or type in http://dlinkrouter) into the browser of an attached computer usual password Admin or admin and password blank (or admin I think on some old models) then go into Wireless Settings (wizard or manual) and look for wireless security mode -- set it to WPA or WPA2 and a passphrase. There should be a whole section in your manual called wireless security that has pictures of the configuration pages. Some of the newer DLink models have a Wireless Security Setup Wizard that will tell you step by step what to enter -- network name (SSID) security type and a passphrase. Write the passphrase down as all of your devices will need it too.
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Answer Post By : Stern Bear Stern Bear
3 years ago

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Step 1) Login to router on the address

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURE HELP
Step 2) Verify that the firmware is up to date.

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURE HELP
The latest version of the firmware can be downloaded from thesupport section of the website.
Step 3) Click Home thenWireless

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURE HELP
Step 4) By default Enable APwith be checked. Keep this option checked as it is essential forthe wireless networking.

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY HELP
Step 5) Keep existing SSID andChannel or customize them to your wirelessevironment.
Step 6) Select Security: WEPand check Enable WEP Wireless Security
Step 7) Select AuthenticationType after how your wireless cards are configured. Ifyou are not sure select Both
Step 8) Select the 1st EncryptionKey and invent a 10 digit hexadecimal key(Cipher: 64 bit) or a 26 digit hexadecimal key(Cipher: 128bit). hexadecimal meens only thecharacters abcdef0123456789 are allowed in anycombination.

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY HELP
Step 9) Click Apply. The samepage should appear again with your new settings.
The dialogue "Privacy type is set to WEP. Multiple SSIDsupport will be disabled." will appear which is anotification that the router cannot have WEP security and MultipleSSID at the same time therefore will disable Multiple SSID toallow the security. Click OK to accept the notification.

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY HELP
Step 10) Click Tools then System Commands
Step 11) Click Save All. Whendone click on back then Restart.
Step 12) The DSL-G624T will reboot.

DLINK WIRELESS ROUTER SECURITY HELP

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Answer Post By : Shane Warne Shane Warne
3 years ago

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The most important part is under the Wireless Settings. Here you will secure your router connections. The first thing one might want to do is change the default name because most routers ship with their brand name as the default SSID or broadcast name. While this doesn't help a whole lot if it's broadcast across the neighborhood at least it will hide your brand making it a bit harder to crack. Next is the Enable Extended Range Mode. Do not enable this unless your equipment is indeed in a large building. There's no sense in creating a larger circle of coverage to encompass even more neighborhood hackers than is necessary. Most average sized homes and small business settings will not require this option to be turned on. Along these same lines it's not recommended that one exchange the factory antenna for a high-range aftermarket replacement for the same reason. If your wireless network card in your computer supports 802.11g then perhaps you might want to tick the 802.11g checkbox perhaps excluding some who may not have the latest equipment. Hiding your SSID aids in security by not announcing its existence. This way only those who know your SSID will be able to use it. While some experienced hackers may own tools to detect your router regardless it will guard against some. In and of itself hiding the SSID isn't a strong security measure but coupled with others decreases your chances of falling victim. The most important part of securing your router is the Security Mode. Here you will enable encryption and require a password to connect. With most modern routers you have several choices ranging from the least secure to more so. Leaving this disabled allows your information to soar across the air unencrypted inviting others to capture and read it including credit card numbers passwords and private conversations as well as allowing connections from outsiders at will. WEP or Wired Equivalent Privacy provides a modicum of protection better than nothing but its algorithms were cracked many years ago and anyone with the tools to pull in your transmissions will certainly have these basic conversion tools as well. WPA (version 1) or Wi-Fi Protected Access was created in answer to the WEP failings however it too was cracked several years ago. Again it's better than nothing and will keep regular freeloading neighbors from using your connection but WPA2 is even better. Most modern computer networking cards support this newer encryption standard but some slightly older equipment may not. If your computer supports WPA2 then that's your choice.
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Answer Post By : Shawn Marc Shawn Marc
3 years ago

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Connect the Modem with the Ethernet cable to your PC/Laptop and power ON it. Open your browser and type http://192.168.1.1 . Now Enter "admin" in username and password fields to enter the Modem configuration page. In the page Click the Wireless Menu. Select Enable Wireless. In the SSID field you can type anything to identify your network- The default SSID is "DLink". You can change it to your Name or something like that. Select your country. Then Click the Save button. Now go to the Security Menu You can Enable and configure the WiFi Security. Let the WPS in Disabled Mode. Select your SSID. Set the Network Authentication "“ WPA-Personal "“Auto. In WPA/WAPI Passphrase field enter a non guessable complex strong password- This is the password of your Wireless network. You have to enter the same in your WiFi Devices for getting connectivity. Select the WPA/WAPI Encryption TKIP+AES or AES. Apply/Save your settings.
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