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 on: Today at 02:36:06 PM 
Started by sujio - Last post by bpieke
I have the identical problem, also with a Telus Wifi router and DLink AC600...

Disabling Windows Updates seems like a workaround.. is there not a better way to remove this 3000 ms pause every minute?

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 on: June 11, 2021, 08:13:15 AM 
Started by Ultra - Last post by FurryNutz
Set 100Mbps on the A Point?
Might be time to upgrade to something that supports 1000Mpbs...

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 on: June 11, 2021, 07:18:08 AM 
Started by Ultra - Last post by Ultra
WAN speed setting should be at AUTO or 1000Mpbs.
even if my main Mikrotik router isn't a 1000Mbps, all ethernet on Mikrotik are 10\100

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 on: June 10, 2021, 07:15:22 PM 
Started by Chill - Last post by FurryNutz
You'll need to put a meter on the pins on the board to see if there is any power at the pins.
I would review this thread as as well for alternative solution and information:
http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=53051.0

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 on: June 10, 2021, 05:07:31 PM 
Started by Chill - Last post by nettewurk
My fan stops rotating last month, causing the temperature to reach beyond 56 degrees as indicated in the unit's admin web page.  As set to its threshold temperature level, DNS-320L is shutting down automatically.  I did replace the AVC cooling fan with HXS branded one with the specs below, which I think it matches.

https://shopee.ph/40mm-Silent-Case-Fan-12V-Mini-Cooling-Computer-Fan-40mm-x-10mm-DC-Brushless-3-pin-for-CPU-Desktop--i.206467147.7014357858

However, after connecting it, maybe due to the cool weather at present, DNS-320L is up and running for more than 12 hours until now but the fan is still not rotating.  Before returning to its chassis, I checked that the fan is not rotating although the blue button is blinking to power up.  I've followed the instruction on changing the polarity because the red and black wires received from the package were interchanged (from this forum's replacing the fan thread).  Bought 2 units and tested working but not working when connected to DNS-320L.

Is there a way to diagnose this?  Is there indicator that the NAS detects this fan?  Tried also changing the setting from AUTO to MANUAL to set the fan high but the admin website indicates 0 RPM and checked that the fan's blade is not swirling.  How can I isolate the problem without the use of instrument or device to measure the volt/ampere in its pin terminal?  Thanks.

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 on: June 09, 2021, 04:34:11 AM 
Started by morkfard - Last post by cicicok
Guys I have a great news for you. ;D You got it right, the stream works, but you've been just opening the wrong URL!

The correct path is stream2, not stream1:
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rtsp://admin:YOUR_PIN@CAMERA_IP/stream2
I've tested this on Firmware 1.09.01(3.5.19-b01).

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 on: June 07, 2021, 07:27:53 AM 
Started by kp9928 - Last post by FurryNutz
You might contact D-Link support for your region and let them know this. The router should run well however if your in a tropical region where there is more heat and humidity, these could be impacting any router though seems like the 3060 maybe more vulnerable. Glad the fan under the router helps. I've always kept a fan under my routers. Seems to help extend life as well. Heat will slowly degrade electronics over time.  :-\

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 on: June 07, 2021, 02:02:19 AM 
Started by kp9928 - Last post by kp9928
Sorry to reply a couple months late.

I finally got it running stable - how? Putting a fan underneath the unit. I suspect heat is an issue with this unit running in tropical countries like mine (eg. Malaysia)  . Everytime the fan is off, the unit would start to drop packets, and after awhile reboots itself. So I manage to get it running stable by putting a usb fan underneath. However this is not what I wanted :( If you guys are having it reboot and drop packets and stuff, I Would love it if you guys try and put a fan underneath it to keep it cool or something and let me/us? know the result if it runs better.

I love the QuickVPN feature of Dlink routers which I simply can't find in any other routers thus far. I only wish it did not heat up so quickly that it requires moving parts like a fan to use. :( Previously was using DIR-842 and that one was great in terms of heat management.

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 on: June 06, 2021, 12:15:03 PM 
Started by orion68 - Last post by FurryNutz
Let us know if this happens after updating FW to  v1.10?

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 on: June 06, 2021, 12:14:28 PM 
Started by orion68 - Last post by FurryNutz
Update the routers  FW to v1.10. Should be able to set WPA2 Personal only.
https://support.dlink.com/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DIR-X5460-US

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