Setting Up Smart Bro / Smart Wi-Fi with D-Link Router

D-Link DI-624 routerThis guide is intended for setting up SmartBro to share internet connection to your home network. In the previous guide we used the Linksys WRT54GC router. This guide will use the D-Link DI-624 router.

Connecting SmartBro to D-Link DI-624

1. Insert the SmartBro UTP (unshielded twisted pair) cable to the D-Link DI-624 WAN port.

2. Connect your PC to one of the LAN ports of the D-Link DI-624 router, use the network cable that comes from the package.

Configuring D-Link DI-624

D-Link DI-624 router wan settings

D-Link DI-624 router dynamic settings

1. Fire-up your favorite browser and type in the router’s ip address (default is 192.168.0.1) e.g http://192.168.0.1 and hit enter.

2. Enter your username and password when asked. Leave the password blank and the default username is admin.

3. Set connection type to Dynamic IP Address (see above image)

4. Enter your desired router’s hostname

5. Click on the “Clone MAC Address” button. Your PC’s MAC address should now appear on the router’s MAC Address box.

6. Click on “Apply” button.

7. Power cycle the router.

That’s it, as soon as the router is completely initialized, you can start connecting the rest of your PCs to the vacant LAN ports of the D-Link DI-624 router.

You may also want to see previous article on how to configure Linksys Wireless Router.

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11 thoughts on “Setting Up Smart Bro / Smart Wi-Fi with D-Link Router

  1. nelson says:

    I have Linksys Wireless-G Home Router with SpeedBurst WRT54GH. How can I connect and make it usable for the SMARTBroadband? do I need to by a a new modem?
    thnks and GODbless

  2. zepi says:

    hi, good day!

    can you help me in setting up the SmartBro with Dlink DIR-600?

    I need a guide like this one to help me.

    Thank you.

  3. zepi says:

    hi good day!

    can you please help me set up SmartBro with a DLink DIR-600?

    I need a guide like this one.

    Thank You.

  4. Pheejan says:

    hello good day! have a problem with smart bro prepaid connecting to my asus rt n13u. it says that the ethernet cable is not plugged in. my only internet is the prepaid smart bro. what should i do to make it work and make it wifi?thanks! Appreciate your help in advance

  5. vic says:

    can you please help me set up SmartBro with a DLink DIR-600?

    I need a guide like this one.

  6. Leo Parman says:

    Sir Batman, I hope it will work too with cdr king’s wrt-688 ap router… i tried static IP, dhcp, ppoe but i didn’t do mac cloning.. I hope ur guide will work on that ap router.

  7. elven says:

    hi sir batman,
    i would like to ask if there is a setting that controls if you could use a router or not?

    because when i plug my the wire from the poe adapter to my router, the router does not detect it, the wan light is not lit, but when directly attached to my pc, it works fine.

    Btw, i tested the wan port of the router, and if the wire comes from the pc connected to the wan port of the router, the wan light lits up,
    does that mean the router is not faulty?

    I plan to buy a new router to test it again, but i wanna make sure first that its the router that is faulty not the smart hard ware.
    thanks

  8. arnel says:

    sir batman, thank you 4 ur website, dami mo natulungan, sali na ko duon ,lol, sir continue this and more power

  9. jp says:

    @elven

    The reason behind on why smartbro is not working when you insert it in your router’s wan port is that, it has no power, that’s why the wan port is not blinking.

    SmartBro uses now a different device compared to its old model which you can plug smartbro into a router & make it available to other computers.

    Unfortunately, you cant make your smartbro available into two or more than computers at the same time.

    I suggest that you must change your ISP (e.g PLDT myDSL, Globe Broadband, Sky, Sun, bayantel etc)

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