WPS stands for Wi-Fi Protected Setup, a method to connect devices without entering the network password. The recent router models have incorporated the WPS feature. Generally, there are two WPS connection methods --- WPS Push button and WPS PIN. The WPS button will be present on the router and the device you are connecting. If the WPS button is not present, check if there is a virtual WPS button on the router configuration page and the device setup page. Read more to find the Dlink Router No WPS Button.
Search the WPS button
Check the router's front panel and then the rear panel.
If you cannot find the WPS button, see at the bottom of the router.
Almost all the D-Link routers have a physical WPS button.
Find the virtual WPS button
If you cannot find the WPS button of your router, follow the below steps to find the virtual button.
Establish a connection between the router and your computer using a network cable or over wireless using the network credentials.
Open a web browser.
Visit the router configuration page.
Navigate to the network settings menu.
Find the virtual WPS button under the Wi-Fi network settings section.
WPS Push-button connection
Once you locate the virtual WPS button on the router configuration page, connect your wireless device to the router using these steps.