Installation SPA2102 w / DLink wireless router


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DLINK has the 192.168.0.x default address which is also the address for the SPA2102.

Try this

First disconnect the connection of the DLINK

Connect your PC to the port SPA2102 LAN (ETHERNET or YELLOW port) and then go to 192.168.0.1.

change the LOCAL IP of the SPA2102 192.168.2.1 address and activate the WEB SERVER.

and then you can follow what HW has said that this is the recommended configuration.

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