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Verizon recommends using the strongest network security available (Wi-Fi Protected Access II, or WPA2) to protect your home wireless network and secure your information against unauthorized access. However, your current router does not support WPA2. Verizon has created a promotional offer to allow you to upgrade to a router capable of supporting WPA2. To receive this WPA2 capable router upgrade, please click the button below to complete the ordering process..


How can I change my D-Link DI-624 wireless network to WPA-PSK encryption?

The D-Link DI-624 router is not compatible with WPA2 encryption, so WPA is the preferred type of network encryption.

Note: The configuration screens may vary slightly depending on when you purchased your router and the version of firmware running on it.

Select WPA-PSK
  1. Open your Web browser and enter in the Address field. [Show Me]

  2. Enter your router user name and password if prompted and click Ok. [Show Me]

  3. Click the Wireless button in the left navigation panel. [Show Me]

  4. Confirm that On is selected in the Wireless Radio field. [Show Me]

  5. Select WPA-PSK in the Authentication field.

  6. Enter the WPA-PSK encryption key in the Passphrase field. It must include at least 8 alphanumeric characters. [Show Me]

  7. Confirm your WPA-PSK encryption key by re-entering it in the Confirmed Passphrase field.

  8. Write down your network's SSID and the new WPA-PSK encryption that you just entered. You will need this information to connect additional devices in the future.

  9. Click Apply to save your new encryption settings.

  10. Close the D-Link DI-624 configuration window.

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