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Author Topic: DNS-323 with d-link G624T, help - I was told they are incompatibile  (Read 2269 times)

marjan

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news: today I called Dlink - they told me that DNS-323 and G624T  (both dlink) are incompatibile ?
possible ?



while DNS323 works fine with  Laptop ..

the router G624T seems not to see my DNS ! - network icon lights do not flesh in both DNS and G624t units.
any solutions for this ?

how can I connect them both together , is there someting I don't know ?
I try to find any tips over internet for 2 days - but no luck ?
« Last Edit: May 20, 2010, 12:33:16 AM by marjan »
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dosborne

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Re: DNS-323 with d-link G624T, help
« Reply #1 on: May 19, 2010, 02:11:01 PM »

Try a different port on your router and a different cable.
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marjan

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news: today I called Dlink - they told me that DNS-323 and G624T  (both dlink) are incompatibile ?
possible ?
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fordem

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news: today I called Dlink - they told me that DNS-323 and G624T  (both dlink) are incompatibile ?
possible ?
It's not impossible, but I'd consider it unlikely.  Both devices use time proven ethernet technologies and as long as they meet IEEE's 802.3 standards they should connect just fine - on the other hand, if either has a defect, or the cable connecting them is defective, or perhaps you disabled the auto-negotiation in one or the other, I could see you having problems.

Start by resetting them both to factory defaults and then test each one separately with known good devices to verify that they are both functional.
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