20 Most Recent D-Link DIR-655 Wireless Router Questions & Answers


try this.

in device manager, remove the wireless network adapter.

restart computer and windows will reinstall the software for the adapter

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jul 31, 2017


If this is your network password you can login to the router and reset it. If it the router access password, you will have to facotry reset your router to regain access.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jan 07, 2017


The final solution is a factory reset of your router. You can do a factory reset by logging into the router using you browser. Go to the settings and perform a factory reset

If you forgot the router password, you ill have to do a factory reset by locating a small hold on the back of the router and insert the tip of of paper clip for about 10 seconds while the power is on. The router will be reset to out of box status and then you can set-up form scratch.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jan 06, 2017


The final solution is a factory reset of your router. You can do a factory reset by logging into the router using you browser. Go to the settings and perform a factory reset

If you forgot the router password, you ill have to do a factory reset by locating a small hold on the back of the router and insert the tip of of paper clip for about 10 seconds while the power is on. The router will be reset to out of box status and then you can ssets-up form scratch.

Then anything Peter did will be erased and you can set-up your router factory fresh.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jan 06, 2017


Enter the ID/password that you entered when you first started Windows 8.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Feb 02, 2015


  1. If Donna's method didn't work you can try this. Just an additional thing.
  2. First of all you have to Open your Browser
  3. Type http://192.168.0.1 (or use the NetBIOS name http://dlinkrouter)
  4. Log in.
  5. In the router setup page click on wireless settings
    then click on Wireless Security. It has to be there. Check under the Advanced Tab if its not there. You will be able to Enable/Disable WPA/WPA2 with PSK. Check whether you can see it there (the Key).
  6. If it allows you to re configure you have to go through the Setup partially again (look below). If it doesn't allow and you can't remember the key, you have to Reset the Router and go through the Full Setup.
  7. Here is how:
  8. Under the Wireless settings Wizard, Click on "Launch Wireless Security Setup Wizard".
  9. Click "Next".
  10. Enter the SSID which is the Name of your Wireless Network (Case Sensitive).
  11. Choose the Level of Security. Click "Next".
  12. If you have chosen "Best" or "Better", enter a key which is 8-63 long. If you selected "Good", enter 13 Characters or 26 HEX Digits. Please Write it down.
  13. Click Next. If you have chosen "Best" or "Better" you will be shown the key in the next Window.
  14. If you plan to use WPA-PSK encryption, you can configure that as well.
  15. Next to Security Mode, select WPA-Personal.
  16. Next to WPA Mode, select Auto, WPA2 Only, or WPA Only. Use Auto if you have wireless clients using both WPA and WPA2.
  17. Next to Group Key Update Interval, enter the amount of time before the group key used for broadcast and multicast data is changed (3600 is default).
  18. Next to Pre-Shared Key, enter a key (passphrase). The key is entered as a pass-phrase in ASCII format at both ends of the wireless connection. The pass-phrase must be between 8-63 characters.
  19. Click Save Settings to save your settings. If you are configuring the router with a wireless adapter, you will lose connectivity until you enable WPA-PSK on your adapter and enter the same passphrase as you did on the router.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


Press the reset button in the backside of the router.

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Nov 26, 2014


You can find the info here:
http://support.dlink.com/emulators/dir655/121/Wizard_Wireless.html
and here:
http://www.dlink.com/-/media/Consumer_Products/DIR/DIR%20655/Manuels/DIR655B1manual070312v23pdf.pdf

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Oct 25, 2014


Here is your router's user manual and refer it for reset your password.
See page 69.
http://data.manualslib.com/pdf2/36/3568/356716-dlink/dir655.pdf?1f1bc3df64248e637551693f16fc180c

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jan 24, 2014


Yes connect your PC and Router with Ethernet cable and try again.
Your router's manual is here, refer it for reset your router, it's best idea to reset and whole solution. http://www.dlink.com/-/media/Consumer_Products/DIR/DIR%20655/Manuels/DIR655B1manual070312v23pdf.pdf

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jan 24, 2014


With an always-on, high-speed Internet connection like DSL (Digital Subscriber Line), a router is a prudent addition to your local network.
It filters out unauthorized access to your network, which prevents an intruder from accessing computers that are connected to that network.
However, getting your computers, routers and modems on the same page may not work right "out of the box."
There are a few things you must be aware of, especially if this is a wireless network.

Unplug your DSL modem and D-Link router.
In order for the network to properly recognize its devices, these devices must be attached in a specific order.
Plug in your DSL modem's power cord.
There is usually no power button on a modem.
Simply plugging in its electrical cable will turn it on.
Give your DSL modem a couple minutes to re-establish its connection to AT&T's network before taking any further action.

Plug in your D-Link router's power cord.
Like the DSL modem, this router will probably not have a power switch; simply plug in the power cable, and it turns on.
Let the D-Link router sit for a couple minutes while it establishes its connection to the DSL modem and AT&T's network.
Physically attach your computer to the router with an Ethernet cable.
Even if the router and modem are wireless, a physical connection must be established to properly configure the router.
If this is not a wireless network, then your setup procedure is essentially complete.
To access a D-Link router on your network, open an Internet browser and navigate to the 192.168.0.1 address.
This will bring you to your D-Link router's interface.
The default User Name is "admin" (without the quotes), and there is no password.
Enter the User Name and click the "Log In" button. This will bring you to the Setup window.
Refer to your D-Link router's documentation for changing the default password (highly recommended) and forwarding ports.
If this is a wireless network, you have a couple further steps.
First, change your network's SSID (Service Set Identifier) title, so that you can recognize it when other wireless networks are nearby.
Also, choose your wireless encryption and passphrase. WPA2 (Wi-Fi Protected Access 2) is a solid option.
Specific instructions depend on your model of D-Link router; so refer to your documentation (which can usually be found at the manufacturer's website if you do not have it on hand).
Disconnect the Ethernet cable from your computer.
Your new wireless network should be visible with your computer's wireless adapter.
Windows and OS X will notify you of networks in range when your adapter is active.
Connect to the one with your SSID, and enter the passphrase.


http://www.microsoft.com/athome/moredone/wirelesssetup.mspx

D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Aug 07, 2013


Open a web browser and connect to your router by typing in its URL. The basic URL set for many routers is either http://192.168.1.1/ or http://192.168.0.1/. The URL for your router should be its IP address. If you are unsure what yours is, do the following: click "Start," then "Run." Type "Command" and then press "OK." In the DOS pop-up, type "ipconfig," and then press "Enter." This will give you a list of information about your internet connection; the IP address listed under "Default Gateway" should be the IP address for your router.

  • Enter your router user name and password to log into your router. Entering the router's IP address into a browser will bring up a pop-up requesting this information.
  • Search through the administrative tools and menus that your router offers, for a list or table of DHCP clients or of attached, connected, or active devices or computers. Different routers have different administrative options, so menu labeling will vary, but there should be a place to find a list of devices and IP addresses currently using the network. For example, users of the popular Linksys WRT54GL router can click "Status," then on the "Local Network" sub menu, and finally click on "DHCP Clients table" to bring up a list of attached devices.

  • Read more: How to See Who's Using Your Wireless Router ' eHow.com http://www.ehow.com/how_4854214_see-whos-using-wireless-router.html#ixzz22qyWXssq

    D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Aug 07, 2012


    You have to go to the wireless tab or Wireless security inside the router and select to Enable Wireless in order for it to broadcast the signal.

    D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Jun 07, 2012


    I think you need to check the wireless settings of your router.
    If you have only one wireless computer then I will suggest you to create a new wireless network and then try to connect to the new wireless network.

    See How to connect to the wireless network

    D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Feb 27, 2012


    Enable WEP!

    D-Link DIR-655... | Answered on Sep 27, 2011

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