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Configuring wireless network for safety of data

Configuring safe wireless transmission of data (encrypting data) from router to computers part of a small network and  vice verza or a secured network configuaration. Please contact me at acf1260@yahoo.com, thanks.

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In order for you to secure the wireless network from your router , you just need to access the router setup page and there you will see an option to enable a wirteless security like WEP/WPA but I advice you to use WPA which is a much higher type of security, If you don't know how to access your router setup page to enable the wireless security better call the manufacturer of your router so they can walk you through with that process..

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