Router not getting 802.11n

in Current Mac Hardware edited January 2014

I just recently purchased the D-Link dir-625 router which is 802.11n capable. I also have an imac which is n capable. The problem is getting the router to see me as connected with n...even when setting the router to n only! My hubby is the tech geek, but we are kinda stumped at this point. Any suggestions? I am the only mac user in the house , he is using a regular ol windows computer, but is the wired one.

I appreciate any help, thanks in advance!


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    Hope this helps or answer your question. From your web browser, go into your router setting. Since your setting is already set for N-only, go to status>wireless. This should tell you if you're connected to a wireless a/b/g/n.

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