Recently I connected a D-Link DIR-615 to my comcast cable modem to upgrade to a router that supports 802.11n devices. I have three wireless devices that I wanted to connect to this router: My Intel-based iMac, my Nintendo Wii, and my DROID X. After I had initially set up the Wireless Area Network (WAN), my iMac and Wii connected no problem. Though I had no problem connecting to the WAN with my DROID X either, I could not actually receive any data over it. In other words, my DX was connected to WiFi, but couldn't load web pages. I went through a lot of trouble figuring this out, of course I couldn't find anything on the web that addressed my specific problem. So... This thread is to help people who find themselves in a similar bind. I got very familiar with entering in 192.168.0.1 into my browser on my PC (hardwired via ethernet to the router). Doing that took me to the admin settings for the d-link router. After logging in, you are taken to the SETUP page. On the left-hand column, click "Wireless Settings." At the bottom of the page choose "Manual Wireless Connection Setup." My iMac is a 802.11n computer that understands both kinds of encryption (TKIP and AES), and can connect using either WPA/WPA2. The DROID X is a 802.11g device that only understands TKIP encryption (apparently), and can also connect using either WPA/WPA2. The Wii is a 802.11g device that only has three connection options - WPA (TKIP), WPA (AES), or WPA2 (AES). To accommodate for all three you must choose: Under "802.11 Mode:" Mixed 802.11n and 802.11g Under "WPA Mode:" Auto (WPA or WPA2) Under "Cipher Type:" TKIP You shouldn't need to change anything else, but DO remember to hit "Save" near the top of the page to make these changes. Happy WiFi!