If you want to set your new D-Link AC 750 router up then you don’t need to worry about it anymore. We are here with the exact process that will help you to get your D-Link router up and running within moments. Let’s start the process and make sure to do it accurately.
When older devices include a setup wizard CD instead of Wi-Fi configuration card, let’s see what you will actually get in the box with the router:
Here, we are going to tell about those things that you should take care of before you start the setup process.
If you are a PPPoE i.e Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet connection user then you have to know your accurate PPPoE username and password. If you don’t know anything about this, then you need to contact your Internet service provider (ISP). You should only proceed after having this information.
In this case, you have to ensure that you have unplugged the power from your modem. If necessary, you might have to turn it off for at least 5 minutes.
If you are a user of a modem/router combo, then you have to set it to ‘bridge’ mode to help your D-Link router to work correctly. For your modem/router device, you can take reference from your manual.
Here we are going to describe some of the easy and smooth steps that will help you to set your D-Link AC 750 Router.
First of all, you have to unplug the power from your DSL or cable modem to start the process. And then, you need to connect an Ethernet cable from the Internet port of the router to the Ethernet port on your DSL or Cable modem properly to continue with the process. Once you are done with that, now you need to connect another Ethernet cable from the Ethernet port on your computer to one of the LAN ports on the router. And now, you may plug the power into your DSL or cable modem once again and wait for a minute or so before continuing the process. After that, you have to plug the power adapter into your router.
After doing so, you should connect the router to an available power outlet or surge protector to continue the process. If you find that the Power LED is not lighting up, then you need to press the Power button that you will find at the back of the router. When the router will be powered up, you have to check that the Power (green) and Internet (orange or green) LEDs are both lit. Once you are done with the process, you can continue with the Configuration section.
For the configuration of your router, follow the upcoming steps one by one accurately:
To configure your new router, first of all, you have to navigate to a web browser of your choice and then from there, you need to go to the official page of your router or you can even enter the IP address of the router that you will find in the manual. After that, you will get to see the Welcome screen. On that screen, you have to hit the option Next to continue with the process. If your router does not detect your internet connection type automatically, then you have to select the internet connection and then you should hit the option Next. If you are a Cable user (DHCP) then you can continue the process by hitting the option Next. if you are DSL (PPPoE) user then you need to enter the PPPoE user name and password that you will get from your Internet Service Provider.
Now, after entering the correct login credentials, you have to click Next and continue with the process. After that, you have to create a name and password for your Wi-Fi network. And, you have to do so, for both the 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands. To connect your wireless devices i.e., your smartphones, tablets, and laptops to your wireless network will need to enter this information. Now, to finish configuring your router continue with the Setup Wizard. And when the configuration will be completed the internet LED will turn green. That means your router is successfully connected to the internet.
For sure, with the help of the above steps, you will be able to set your router up with ease. After finishing your work you can express your view regarding the article, by placing a comment on the comment section. And of course, don’t forget to stay connected with us for more such articles.