D-Link Extender Login
D-Link Extender Setup
Dlinkap.local lets you change the admin password of your D-Link Range Extender within a few minutes by using a web browser on your computer. Please read important notes before starting the process.
Steps to change the admin password of your D-Link Range Extender.
To login to the D-Link Wi-Fi Range Extender first, you need to connect your device to the D-Link extender wirelessly and the Wi-Fi Range extender must be plugged in. Please note that if your device is not connected to the Extender then scan for the available wireless network from your device and connect to the Wi-Fi Extender network. We also suggest you that understand the process completely before you proceed to update your Wi-Fi Range extender Firmware version.
Steps to login into the D-Link Wi-Fi Range Extender:
In this article, you will find step by step instructions on how to upgrade the latest Firmware Version version on your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) via dlinkap.local. You can easily download and update the latest version of firmware but you strongly recommend you follow the important notes which are mentioned below. This firmware update process can take a few minutes, please be patient while upgrading the Firmware on your device. It is highly recommended that you always use the most latest firmware version of your Wi-Fi extender, it can improve all complete performance of your router and also fix various types of connectivity issues. The New Firmware version also enhances security features.
Download the most recently released firmware version for your Extender. You can download them from this link- http://support.dlink.ca/ProductInfo.aspx?m=DAP-1320
NOTE: Make sure that you download the right Firmware version, it is highly advised to check the Firmware version details before downloading the file.
After downloading the latest Firmware version of your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320), now you need to upload the firmware downloaded file. Login into the web interface of your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) using dlinkap.local.
NOTE: If you are not able to login to your Range Extender (DAP 1320) via dlinkap.local, please open any browser and type 192.168.0.1 or dlinkap-local into the web address bar. On the login screen, enter the admin password or leave the password field blank. The default username for Range Extender (DAP 1320) is “admin” in lowercase.
On the dashboard, go to the Management at the top right side and then click on the upgrade option. Under the Upgrade page, You can see the information on the current firmware version. You can click on Check for New Firmware option to upgrade it or click on Select File to upgrade it manually.
NOTE: Please make sure that you select the correct download file
After selecting the file, click on the upload file to start the updating process. Now you can see the progress bar of firmware updating. Bear in mind, do not interrupt the update process in any way, it can damage the Extender software.
NOTE: Firmware upgrade can take a few minutes, do not turn off your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) and do not close or refresh browser pages.
The new firmware version is now updated on your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320).
If you forgot the extended Wi-Fi password of your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) and you want to recover it, then you need to follow step by step instructions provided in this article. You can easily recover extended Wi-Fi passwords by login in to the web interface of D-Link Extender on your computer via http dlinkap.local.
Your device must be connected to the D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320).
Step 1 -
Launch a new browser on your computer and type inhttp://dlinkap.localinto the web address bar, press enter to proceed. This address will redirect you directly to the login page to enter your login credentials. You can also use the IP address of your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) for login.
NOTE: In case you are not redirected to the login page, then change the browser and try it again. We recommend you to use Google Chrome.
Step 2 -
The admin password will display on your device screen. You need to enter the Admin Password of your device or you can leave the password field blank if you haven’t set the admin password at the time initial setup. Click login to continue.
Step 3 -
The network map will display on the dashboard. You need to click on the DAP 1320 Icon to get all the information about your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) such as Hardware and Firmware version, default gateway and IP address.
Under Extended Wi-Fi, You can see the current Wi-Fi password. This page will display the Extender Network name and Wi-Fi password for both 2.4GHz and 5GHz networks.
This article will guide you on how to reset your D-Link Range Extenders (DAP 1320) to its factory default settings. You can use this feature if you are not able to access the Wi-Fi Range extender login page or forgot the admin password. You can perform the same reset process on every other D-Link Range Extender.
NOTE: Resetting your Range extender will reset all your personalized settings including your user name, admin password, WiFi Network name (SSID) and WiFi password and other basic security settings.
To reset your D-Link Range Extender (DAP 1320) to its factory default settings.
NOTE: The Location of the reset button depends on D-Link Range Extenders models. We tried to cover some models in this article. If your D-Link Range Extender model is not mentioned here, still you can proceed with the process.
Location of Reset on D-Link Range Extender is at the bottom however DAP 1520 and DAP 1720 has it on right side.
NOTE: Do not turn On/Off your device between the process. This resetting process can take two to three minutes, please be patient while resetting your device. Do not try to go online on any of your devices between the process, these things can interrupt the whole process.
Your D-Link Range Extender is now reset to factory default settings. To confirm it, please log in to your D-Link Range Extender web page with the default username and admin password or connect your computer or any device with Wi-Fi extender default Network Name (SSID) and Wi-Fi password.
NOTE: A successful connection between the uplink router and the DAP-1320 is indicated by a green checkmark icon.