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Re: wireless router(linksys wrt54g)
You may follow the instructions below in doing so.
1. Go to a computer wired to the router.
2. Open an internet explorer browser
3. Click on the address bar and type in 192.168.1.1
4. Leave the username blank and password is "admin" in case you changed it. In which case put in your password.
5. Go to the wireless tab. There you will see teh SSID or wireless network name.
6. When you look at the word wireless under that is basic wireless to the right is wireless security. Go to wireless security to see your security mode and password.
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Open your internet browser and type http://192.168.1.1 in the address bar. This is the default IP address of the browser.
In the login box that appears type 'admin' (without quotes) in both fields. 'admin' is the default username and password.
Write down the SSID
In the Wireless > Basic Wireless Settings menu you will see the Service Set Identifier or SSID. The SSID differentiates one wireless network from another. It is the 'network name'. Write it down, or copy paste it to a text file. You will need it later. You can first set your own SSID if you like.
In the Linksys WRT54G router you will find the wireless security options under Wireless > Wireless Security. This page allows you to set wireless encryption options. 'WRT54G here you will find you wireless key. this can only be done by a machine connected directly by network wire. make sure you are connected first. wireless is unable to connect unless it is directly connected.
If you have Wireless MAC Filter Enabled on the Router then Either ADD the Wireless MAC Address of the Wii on the router or disable the Wireless MAC Filter on the router, also check the level of the Wireless Security supported by the Wii and accordingly set it up on the Router.
**I m not able to find a snapshot of the router interface. But i ll tell you what all to do there 1) Disable the router's inbuilt firewall 2) Enable DMZ for your Wii's IP address; assign this same IP address on your Wii manually 3) Change the bandwidth of wireless to 20/40MHz This will surely work
If you are on cable internet, you need to perform MAC Address Cloning. Access the router's setup page using your main PC, under SETUP tab, there's a sub-tab called MAC Address Clone. Enable that and click on "Clone My PC's MAC" then click on Save Settings. Power cycle the router and the modem. You should be online after that.
If the default user name or password provided in the link doesn't work then you will have to reset the linksys router to the FACTORY DEFAULT by pressing small "reset" button at the bottom of router all lights should go off briefly when you reset it.
After reset you can follow the steps given in the link.