How do I set my D-Link router to bridge mode?

How do I set my D-Link router to bridge mode?

Steps to Configure D-Link Wireless Router in Bridge mode

  1. Type 192.168. 0.1 on the Browser address bar, and press the enter key. Username: admin. Password: no password. Click the Login button.
  2. Click on Manual Internet Connection Setup.
  3. Check Enable Wireless Bridge mode box and click on save settings.

How do I connect my D-Link DIR-615 to another router?

Configuration for D-Link DIR-615

  1. Visit the router’s IP address ( in a new browser window.
  2. Enter the router password.
  3. Click on the Manual Internet Connection Setup button at the bottom.
  4. Enter the OpenDNS addresses in Primary DNS Server and Secondary DNS Server fields.

Do both routers need to be in bridge mode?

And the answer is simple: if you’re connecting a second router (or mesh Wi-Fi system, which is essentially multiple routers) to an existing one, you should enable bridge mode on at least one of those routers.

How do I connect my dir-615 to my own router?

Then wire the LAN port 3 of your DIR-615 into your own router’s WAN port. Your DIR-615 should now be in VLAN bridge mode and you should be able to use your own router to connect through it. You may also try using a direct dialer on the DIR-615 LAN port 3 to test the new configuration.

Does DD-WRT support the D-Link dir-615?

The open source router firmware DD-WRT now supports the D-Link DIR-615 in most of it’s revisions (I have revision D2). I was able to set my router up as a repeating bridge by flashing the latest development release (v24 preSP2 at the time of writing) from here:

What is the default gateway on a D-Link router?

The Default Gateway is the IP address of the D-Link router. By default, it should be Most D-Link devices use the 192.168.0.X range.

How do I put my dir-615 in emergency room mode?

Turn off your DIR-615. Hold down a pin to the RESET button of the router (at the back next to its power socket) and turn on the router while holding this RESET button down. If you did this properly, the power button on the router should now be orange and blinking continuously. The router is now in Emergency Room mode.