How To Disable Mac Address Filtering On Dlink Router?

how to disable Mac address filtering on Dlink router

The MAC (Multimedia Access Control) addresses are a set of unique codes that are set for each and every electronic device for identifying the devices on a specific network. The Mac address always plays an important role in order to connect to the internet. You need to have a network card on your devices, and all the network cards will come with a unique Mac address. You can block unknown devices from connecting to your network by filtering out the MAC address of it; this way you can avoid unauthorized access to the router. Carry out the steps to know how to disable Mac address filtering on Dlink.

To disable the MAC filtering option on your D-Link router.

  • Turn on your Windows or Mac computer.
  • Open the default browser.
  • When the browser opens, enter the default IP address in the address bar and then press the Enter button.
  • The login page for the D-Link router will now open.
  • Enter the default login credentials for the D-Link router. The default credentials are
  • Username- admin
  • Password- admin
  • Once you have entered the login credentials, press the Enter button.
  • The D-Link router page will now open.
  • Click the Advanced tab located at the top and then click the Network option from the left pane of the router page.
  • You will see the Configure MAC Filtering drop-down list.
  • Select the option that reads Turn off MAC Filtering from the options displayed.
  • Now, from the DHCP drop-down list, select your computer, or you have the option of entering the MAC address manually.
  • Save the changes by clicking the Save Changes button.

You have successfully know how to disable Mac address filtering on Dlink.

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