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You can create a WEP easily.
In the router setup, when you enable wireless security, you select WEP, then you can use any alpha numerics you want for the key.
for 64bit encryption, you can use a 10 digit key. ( I suggest an old phone number as it is 10 digits, hard to figure out and generally easy to remember) 128 Bit encryption is a 26 character key which is hard to guess, but hard to remember too.)
Once the key is set in the router and saved, you merely View Wireless Networks, select you router and type in teh key when prompted for the key.
Posted on Sep 13, 2008
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