Updating firmware on router
The upgrade process will begin, and will take about 2-3 minutes to complete.
This is especially when a router reset doesn't help.The update doesn't take long, so you probably won't even notice.At the end of the process, the router will re-start so you may lose your internet connection for a minute.Step 1: Go to the support downloads page and download the firmware file for your device. Open Internet Explorer, and browse to your device's mydlink URL ( or Step 3: Log in and go to Manual Settings Firmware Upgrade.Enter admin as your User name, and enter the password that you created in the wizard to log in.
Click on MAINTENANCE from the top menu bar, then click on Firmware Upgrade from the menu on the left.
In this case just run this function, let the router download the firmware and update by itself.
Updating the router’s firmware on your home network is often overlooked.
Enter admin as the User name, enter the password for your device, and then click OK. Go to MAINTENANCE Firmware Upgrade to go to the Firmware Upgrade page. to select the firmware file you saved and unzipped on your computer in Step 2.
After selecting the firmware file, click Upload to start the upgrade process.
Networking vendors generally have clear instruction on how to flash a particular router. Also, flashing the firmware might reset the router's settings to default, so you might want to save the settings to a file prior to the upgrade in case this happens.