With this you insinuate that actually the product has no problem? Are you (then you ARE one the payrol:)?
My training is complete.
Yes. Yes I am on the payroll. In fact, I am the president of D-Link and I intentionally sold YOU a faulty product so I could come here and enjoy hearing you complain yet pretend I am sympathetic. Personally, I don't use D-Link. I think they sell junk so I bought a Linksys. My suggestion to you would be to head to nearest skeet range and see how many shells you can pump into your DIR-655 before it hits the ground. By the way, those links I put in another post? They work for me so it MUST be your router.
(I didn't really buy a Linksys because I can't seem to break my 655 no matter what I do. I gotta be doing something wrong)
I truly hate urination matches, Partach, so ... off I go into the ether(net).
To the rest of you, if you thought my suggestions were lame well, it's probably because they were. If I at least made you think, then it was worth it. If you've tried every single thing in the book, studied it from all angles, sought help but got no answers, then maybe it is time you took it back. If you''re fed up with D-Link in particular, buy something else. That's probably the best advice I've given.